Eva Hild, Ceramic Shapes No 2, 2000. Stoneware. Photo: Hans Thorwid /Nationalmuseum© Eva Hild.    STOCKHOLM.- 10 May marked the start of Nationalmuseum’s Slow Art, an exhibition where technique, materials and painstaking processes take centre stage. The focus is on doing things well rather than quickly, on quality over quantity.

Eva Hild, Ceramic Shapes No 2, 2000. Stoneware. Photo: Hans Thorwid /Nationalmuseum© Eva Hild. STOCKHOLM.- 10 May marked the start of Nationalmuseum’s Slow Art, an exhibition where technique, materials and painstaking processes take centre stage. The focus is on doing things well rather than quickly, on quality over quantity.

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Artworks by Eva Hild at Ma Galerie on artnet

Artworks by Eva Hild at Ma Galerie on artnet

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Protuberance - Ceramic Sculpture by Swedish artist Eva Hild

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