Mona Hatoum was born 1952. She lives and works in London and Berlin. In the fall 2004, Magasin 3 presented a solo exhibition with the artist including around 60 artworks, as well as a large-scale installation made specifically for Magasin 3. Mona Hatoum has exhibited widely in Europe, USA, and Canada. In 1995, she was nominated for the Turner Prize for her exhibitions at Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris (1994) and at White Cube in London (1995). She was included in the Italian Pavilion at the Venice Biennial that same year. The Swedish public knows Hatoum as a IASPIS resident (2001 and 2002) and through an exhibition at Uppsala konstmuseum in the fall of 2003 that focused mainly on her video work and photography.
Sofia Hultén was born in 1972. She lives and works in Berlin and Birmingham. Her latest exhibitions are Mutual Annihilation, Künstlerhaus Bremen (2008) Auflösung, Skulpturenpark Berlin Zentrum, Berlin (2008), Preparations For Uncertain Doom, Galerie Adler Videospace, New York (2007). In 2007, she was awarded a IASPIS studio grant in Stockholm, and in 1998/98 she won the DAAD scholarship in Berlin.
Cosima von Bonin
Cosima von Bonin was born 1962 in Mombasa, Kenya. She lives and works in Cologne. In the fall 2001, Magasin 3 presented the group exhibition Free Port where Cosima von Bonin participated with a site-specific work. More information >
Kendell Geers was born in South Africa. He lives and works in Brussels. In 1993, at the Venice Biennial, Kendell Geers changed his date of birth to MAY 1968.
Paul Chan was born 1973 in Hong Kong. He lives and works in New York. In the fall 2006, Magasin 3 presented a solo exhibition with the artist where two of the first works of the series The 7
Lights were included. The exhibition curator Daniel Birnbaum described the series as “a meditation on a world falling apart”.
Gabriel Orozco was born 1962 in Jalapa, Veracruz, Mexico. He lives and works in Paris, New York and Mexico City. Orozco has participated in the Venice Biennial (1993, 2003 and 2005), the Whitney Biennial (1995 and 1997), Documenta X (1997) and Documenta XI (2002).