The Adrian Johansson exhibit "Pieces from the Manhattan Project" will be on display at the Swedish church, New York until Nov. 9. Lawrence Flynn in The Future Café wrote "[Adrian's painting is] expression of our time. Adrian's urban landscape, mostly from New York City, reflects
the big city casts with light, space and time."

Since the early 1960s, Adrian Johansson has been developing his art in some of the leading-edge art circles of Sweden. First in the Bohemian Art Schools of Malmö and then in the late sixties, at the prestigious University College of Arts Crafts and Design (Konstfack) in Stockholm.


He has been highlighted thoughout the years in dozens of exhibitions around Sweden, including some of the most posh galleries and museums, such as Liljevalchs In Stockholm, and many of the Manor House Castle Exhibitions in Scania (Skåne) Southern Sweden.

Each year at Easter Adrian shows his new work at the hip ”Hagestad School Group” in Southern Sweden, where art dealers and gallery owners flock to discover new frontiers in art. Art collectors have said that ”collecting Adrian’s art is a wise investment for the future.

See his work now at the Swedish church, Manhattan: Exhibits at the Swedish Church, New York 5 East 48th Street, New York NY 10017

Opening reception Oct. 23, 4-7 p.m.

For more info on the artist, see