Fathia Mohidin lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden

fathia.mohidin[at]gmail.com

EDUCATION

2020    MFA, Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm

2019    Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine

2017    BFA, Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm

2011    BA, Stockholm University, Stockholm

SOLO / DUO EXHIBITIONS​​

2020    Maria Bonnier Dahlin Award Exhibition, Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm

2020    Chop Chop Corporal, Galleri Mejan, Stockholm

2018    New Geometries, Nuda Gallery, Stockholm

2016    Sad Event, with Natália Rebelo, in collaboration with Amal Alhaag and Maria Guggenbichler, Side Room, Amsterdam

2016    Swedish Lines, Galleri Mejan, Stockholm

2016    Sad Event, with Natália Rebelo, Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS & PRESENTATIONS

2020    Resiliens, Västmannagatan 51, Stockholm

2020    Time on Earth, Luleå Biennial, Havremagasinet, Boden

2020    Whorling.net, October presentation
2020    MMXX, Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Stockholm

2019    Objects of Horror, Vera Baxter, Stockholm

2019    This Container Has No Windows, Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm

2018    Laboratorio Aperto, Asilo Sant’Elia, Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Como

2018    Ndksdwu7jejjf, Biquini Wax EPS, Mexico City

2017    I’m fine, on my way home now, Mossutställningar, Stockholm

2017    Cluster Fuck, Tomteboda, Stockholm

2016    Rundgång, Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm

2015    DATE #4, Platform, Stockholm

2015    Morgenröte, Aurora borealis and Levantin: into your solar plexus, Kunsthalle Bern, Bern

PUBLICATIONS

Fathia Mohidin & Jin Mustafa, "24 fragment om ljud", Konstnären, 2020.

Fathia Mohidin & Jenny Richards, Work Out - A Script, Stockholm, 2020.

Gregorio Magnani (ed.), “A way to start”, How to Begin,  Como: Compagnia, 2019.

Hedda Viå (ed.), Protes, Metafor och den obsoleta kroppen, Stockholm, 2017.

“A response”, Side Room Pamphlet: vol. 6, Amsterdam: Side Room, 2017.

Fathia Mohidin & Natália Rebelo (ed.), sadness666, Amsterdam: Side Room, 2016.

Donatella Bernardi, Into your solar plexus, Milano: Humboldt Books, 2016.​

PRESS

Lars-Erik Hjertström Lappalainen, “Det oväntade mötet mellan måleriet och fitnesskulturen”, Kunstkritikk, Januari 7, 2021.

Kajsa Haidl & Moa Malmqvist, “Tio stjärnskott att hålla koll på under 2021”, Dagens Nyheter, December 30, 2020.

Birgitta Rubin, “DN:s kritiker väljer fem favoriter vecka 52”, Dagens Nyheter, December 27, 2020.

Emil Ivedal, “Kompromisslösa rum”, Omkonst, December 10, 2020.

“The 2020 Best Exhibitions List”, C-Print, December, 2020.

Bo Madestrand, “Kusligt aktuell bild av en plågad samtid”, Dagens Nyheter, December 10, 2020.

E-flux, "Maria Bonnier Dahlin Foundation Grant Recipients 2020", December 2, 2020.

TT, “Unga konstnärer om kroppar och maskiner”, Aftonbladet, December 5, 2020.

Paulina Sokolow, “Symbolisk icke-plats för förvaring av kroppsliga minnen”, Feministiskt Perspektiv, December 4, 2020.

Karin Grundberg Wolodarski,  “Konsthallen håller öppet – unga pristagare ställer ut”, Dagens Industri, December 2, 2020.

"MMXX Royals", C-Print, August 29, 2020.

Birgitta Rubin, "Två kvinnor belönas med Maria Bonnier Dahlins stipendium", Dagens Nyheter, August 21, 2020.

Lo Hallén, “Nuda skapar motstånd”, Bon, January 15, 2018.

Ashik Zaman, ”The Spring Graduates”, C-Print, June 6, 2017.

Frida Sandström, ”Välfärdssamhällets efterskalv”, Kunstkritikk, June 6, 2017.

LECTURES / ARTIST TALKS

Folk och kultur, 2021

Luleå BiennialHavremagasinet, Boden, 2021

Bodies of Care, in collaboration with Jenny Richards, Konstfack University of Arts, Craft and Design, Stockholm, 2020

Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, 2020

Brillo Vox, with Ida Idaida, Taverna Brillo, Stockholm, 2020

Bodies of Care, in collaboration with Jenny Richards, Mint, Stockholm, 2019

Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm, 2019

GRANTS / AWARDS / RESIDENCIES

Maria Bonnier Dahlin Foundation Grant, Sweden, 2020

Wilhelm Smith Grant, Sweden, 2020

Tobison Foundation Grant, Sweden, 2020

Fredrika Bremer Scholarship, Sweden, 2020

Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, US, 2019

ZK/U, Center for Art and Urbanistics Residency, Berlin, 2019

Hähnels Scholarship, Sweden, 2019

Petersenska hemmet Foundation Scholarship, Sweden, 2019

Helge A:xon Johnson Research Grant, Sweden, 2019

The Royal Institute of Art, EE Grant, co-applicant: Lisa Trogen Devgun, Sweden, 2019

XXIV CSAV Artists Research Laboratory with Christina Macki, Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Como, 2018

The Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts, Signe och Ragnar Edlings Grant, Sweden, 2016