Galleri Riis

Fredrik Söderberg

Fredrik Söderberg (b. 1972) lives and works in Stockholm. Söderberg's paintings contain images from a variety of sources that have been woven together in an ornate story. He is devoted to a spiritual and philosophical search, and his meticulous working processes can be seen as tools for meditation on the existential queries that infuse his works. Söderberg has exhibited at Magasin III and the Swedish History Museum in Stockholm, and his work is represented in public collections such as Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Magasin III Museum & Foundation for Contemporary Art, Stockholm, Public Art Agency, Sweden and The Nordic Watercolour Museum, Sweden.

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  1. 2002Art and Architecture at The Royal Institute of Arts, Stockholm, Sweden
  2. 1995-2000MFA, Konstfack Art Department, Stockholm


  1. 2020ALLEMAGNE, ABSINTHE, ARCHITECTURE, watercolor paintings, Cecilia Hillström Gallery, Stockholm
  2. 2019I stepped into an avalanche, It covered up my soul, Galleri Riis, Oslo
  3. 2018Sol och stål - krigarens väg (Sun and steel - the warrior's way), Cecilia Hillström Gallery, Stockholm
  4. 2016Passages from Styx, Visit to Godenholm and Back to Nature in Germany, Galleri Riis, Oslo
  5. 2016Åter till naturen i Tyskland/Back to Nature in Germany, Galleri Riis, Stockholm
  6. 2014Styx, Galleri Riis, Stockholm
  7. 2013Jag är den som begraver gudar i guld och ädelstenar, Galleri Riis, Oslo
  8. 2012At the Feet of the Guru, Galleri Riis, Stockholm
  9. 2011A Journey Back and Forth, The National Historical Museum, Stockholm
  10. 2010Milliken Gallery, Stockholm
  11. 2008Schnittraum//Lutz Becker Gallery, Cologne, Germany
  12. 2008Magasin 3 Stockholm Konsthall, with Carl Larsson, Stockholm
  13. 2008Milliken Gallery, Stockholm
  14. 2007Galleri Brandstrup, Oslo
  15. 2006Galleri UKS, Oslo, with Andreas Nilsson
  16. 2005Milliken Gallery, Stockholm
  17. 2005Restaurant Riche, Every second burning forever, Stockholm
  18. 2003Der Bosch, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  19. 2003Alp Gallery Peter Bergman, Stockholm


  1. 2020Fieldwork, Kalmar konstmuseum, Kalmar, Sweden
  2. 2017Fredrik Söderberg & Christine Ödlund, Hallgrimskirkja, Reykjavik, Iceland
  3. 2014Corrupted Self, Galleri Riis, Stockholm
  4. 2014The Drawing Room, Magasin III, Stockholm
  5. 2013Tretton är ett Lyckotal, Gumbostrand, Finland
  6. 2013Martin Erik Anderssen Kingdom of Dirt + Special Guest Stars, Gallery Susanne Ottesen, Copenhagen
  7. 2012Längtans Blomma Är Störst På Håll, Galleri Riis, Oslo
  8. 2012Who's Been Here, Bukowskis, Stockholm
  9. 2011Södertälje Konsthall, Luna, Water Colour Exhibition, Södertälje, Sweden
  10. 2011Milliken Gallery, Music in Art, Stockholm
  11. 2010Thrice Upon a Time, Magasin III, Stockholm
  12. 2008Honor Fraser Gallery, curated by Erik Parker and Max Henry, Los Angeles, USA
  13. 2008Swedish Institute in Paris, Nordic Delight, curator Sinziana Ravini, Paris, France
  14. 2008Volta Art-Fair, Milliken Gallery, Basel, Switzerland
  15. 2007Fake Space, NO+CH Nordic Chinese Visual Arts Exhibition, Beijing, China
  16. 2006Galleri Glassbox, Paris, France
  17. 2006Berlin Art-fair Milliken Gallery. Copenhagen Art Fair Milliken Gallery
  18. 2006Linnés Natur Linnés Hammarby, Uppsala, Sweden
  19. 2006Galleri 54, Dwell with Christine Ödlund and Matti Kallioinen, Göteborg, Sweden
  20. 2005Raid Projects, Fultjacks Blot, Los Angeles, USA
  21. 2005Galleri 54, Sollentuna Artfair, Sweden
  22. 2004Marabou Parken, A Magical World with Bo Melin and Andreas Nilsson, Sundbyberg, Sweden
  23. 2004Dao Dang Performance Festival, Beijing, China
  24. 2004Champion Fine Art, Escapism curated by Fia Backström, New York, USA
  25. 2004Skulpturens Hus, Stockholm
  26. 2003Kulturhuset, Skilling Banco Aftershopping, Stockholm
  27. 2003Dunkers Kulturhus Invasion, Helsingborg, Sweden
  28. 2003Växjö Konsthall Everything is Connected, Växsjö, Sweden


  1. The Legacy of Hilma af Klint: Nine Contemporary Responses, published by Moderna Museet and Koenig Books, as part of the Hilma af Klint presentation at the 2013 Venice Biennale.
  2. Snowdrops from a Curate's Garden. By Aleister Crowley. Illustrated by Fredrik Söderberg. Edited and Introduced by Vere Chappell(2013)
  3. Publishing of Edward Bulwer Lyttons, Vril the Power of the Upcoming Race on Edda-Publishing (2012)
  4. Founder of the Publishing House, Edda, with Carl Abrahamsson (2011)
  5. Artbook for Children in collaboration with Astrid Trotzig for Wanås Foundation (2011)
  6. Book The Fenris Wolf in collaboration with Carl Abrahamsson (2011)
  7. Record cover for the band Junip, Daniel Higgs,The Skull Defekts, Anla Courtis (2011)
  8. Scarlett Imprint, Record cover Skull DFX/CM von Hauswolff (2010)
  9. Equinox Festival – A Festival of Scientific Illumination, London (2009)
  10. Design for record covers on Important Records (2009)
  11. Artwork for the music magazine WIRE special Issue on Swedish experimental music (2007)
  12. Responsible for the music with Matti Kallioinen in the project o-b-o-k, with Ronald Jones at Magasin 3 project room Djurgårdsbrunn, Stockholm, Sweden (2003)