Swedish artist Oskar Nilsson used to make works drenched in death and the macabre.
It is as if somebody or something told him to cut it all, as now his works look like sweet dreams.
It is a matter of from being over the top on the dark side to being over the top on the sunny side.
What remains is a fairytale-like atmosphere where little white ghosts – apparently in love – sit on cut off tree trunks amid fragrant flowers bending in the wind.
It is all so sweet that it is almost too eerie in its own right.
At first sight the works of the two artists go well together in their colourfulness.
However, Han Qin’s works appear to be more diverse both in what they look like and in their underlying meanings and emotions.
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Contents of all photographs courtesy to the artists, SinArts Gallery, Den Haag and Galerie With Tsjalling, Groningen
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