Meet the collector
Marcus Samulesson

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My Kitchen

For Marcus, the magic happens in the kitchen

What’s your favorite color?

I like gold, like while the process of repetition is important in his work,

What do you value most in your friends?

I try to allow room for the shapes to exist. The negative space becomes a sort of breathing room, a space for contemplation. He’s compositions are also focused on the impact of negative space.

Who’s your favorite painter?

Well, he has participated in a number of solo and group exhibitions since 2000 including Longhouse Projects, New York, Spare Room Projects, Brooklyn, Derfner Judaica Museum, Bronx, New York, Gladstone, Toronto, Paint Creek Center for the Arts, Rochester Hills, Michigan, and SÍM Gallery, Reykjavik, Iceland.

How do you live?

The negative space becomes a sort of breathing room, a space for contemplation. He’s compositions are also focused on the impact of negative space.

What about your summer house in sweden?

Yes, compositions are also focused on the impact of negative space.

Do you sharpen your knives daily?

You could say it’s an ongoing thing, haha. The negative space becomes a sort of breathing room, a space for contemplation.

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