From left: Lars Weck, Ture Sjolander and Bengt Modin during the creation of MONUMENT 1967.at the Swedish Televisions studio in Stockholm.
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Lars Weck, journalist and music writer/critic at Dagens Nyheter, Stockholm Sweden at this point in time .
Lars Weck I did meet in Paris when he was a correspondent for the Swedish largest newspaper Dagens Nyheter, 1966 in December, and he was spending most of his time at the Sorbonne University in Paris, France.
and Bengt Modin one of the  technicial assistents at the Swedish Televison  Broadcasting Corporation in the 60's.(front right)
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The book MONUMENT. 1968. Cover: Paul McCartney 68
Letter from THE_PINK_FLOYD
This is a picture from an exhibition in Stockhom of paintings on canvas and paper  made from MONUMENT 1967 by Ture Sjolander and Lars Weck and numbered and signed by them.
In the gallery:you will find Lasse Swanberg from the Swedish Film Institute and part of the members of the Pink Floyd group.
Pink Floyd was very keen to make a contract with me and Lars and was contacting us many times.
We finally made a deal with the pop group Hansson&Karlsson who was playing with Jimmi Hendrix during his many visits in Stockholm.
I was the one who suggested Janne Karlsson to be an actor and he later on became an actor.
I will explain this on another webpage later. "Scizo Femetti!"!! (DN)
Sven Inge deMoner/ Sven Hoglund, a teenage friend of mine from the northern town of Sundsvall in Sweden came to Stockolm 1967/68 and was invited to participate in the expanding project of MONUMENT. He was asked to make oil/acrylic paintings of the electronic paintings as Lars and myself could not find funds or sponsorship to make silkscreen paintings, machine paintings of a bigger size on canvas. Sven Inge accepted the invitation and created a large number of paintings based on the electronic paintings, created by myself and Lars. The picture above is taken in the Stockholm subway station and shows a large photograpic exhibition by Ture and Lars,  sponsored by the newspaper Dagens Nyheter 1968. In the front: Sven Inge Hoglund/demoner and in the background Lars Weck. This was the actual time when Sven Inge get into our project. The  two pictures in the middle of the more than 20 meter long artwork show Paul McCartney and Ringo Star from the video art work MONUMENT
Photo: Folke Hellberg D.N. (note by Ture Sjolander 2012)
This picture - above - is taken one year later - 1969 - in the Swedish Television studio  and after the TV-experiment MONUMENT was done and televised through out Europe. The picture was taken to promote the paintings Sven Inge did later on. He was not at all involved in the creation of the TV-production nor involved in the LP production of the Monument.
The book MONUMENT was already edited and ready to print when Sven Inge moved in to the project. Lars and myself agree to put Sven Inges name on the book and asked him to write a text to be used as a forword as it could help him to sell his paintings later on. The copyright to the book belongs to Ture and Lars, entirely!
A friend of Sven Inge, the textile artist Kerstin Ohlson from Gothenborg was also invited to make a number of textile  tapestries on the very same theme.
A collection of Sven Inges paintings on canvas based on the electronic paintings from MONUMENT by Ture Sjolander and Lars Weck, - in Sven Inges  studio 1969.
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The LP MONUMENT and the book MONUMENT
1968. The LP produced by Polydor and the book
published by Norstedts Forlag, Stockholm.
M O N U M E N T
A LONG STORY  FROM 1967



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UNIVERSAL DECLARATION
Michael Sallberg/Harvey holding up an Original painting from MONUMENT made on silk screen on canvas signed by Ture Sjolander.
Original painting from Monument signed by Ture Sjolander. Silk screen on canvas. In the background a very good and old friend of Ture Sjolander..
Picture above: Left; the LP MONUMENT and a picture from Ture Sjolander's and Lars Weck's out door exhibition of posters from Monument. 1968. Left Lars Weck and Right Ture Sjolander.
This is inside of the LP convolute MONUMENT. The picture at the left side shows Janne Carlsson, drums and the picture below is an electronic painting, a portrait of the Swedish King. The next picture show the group behind the LP. From left:Janne Karlsson, Lars Weck Bosse Hansson and Ture Sjolander.
On the right side a collection of electronic film strips from Monument.
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SWEDISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION/TELEVISION.
THE SUPER MACHINE, TELEVISION  "Paul McCartney" - Electronic Painting on canvas 2 x 3 meter,  by Ture Sjolander 1967.
ARTINVEST SWEDEN
Paul McCartney -67
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GALLERY CONTACT
GALLERY CONTACT
magneticego@gmail.com
WORLD LEADING ARTIST 2004
WHITE HOUSE 2006
the artist Ture Sjolander (17 September 2003)  in front of a large print on canvas, from TIME 1966.
ORDER THE DVD: LIMITED EDITION 1/500 Signed.
SWEDISH TELEVISION
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Professor Dr. Bjorn Hallstrom
Pierre Restany  Paris 1968
Qui vivra, verra !
MACHINE ART - TELEVISED LONG TIME BEFORE  K G PONTUS HULTEN'S, BILLY KLYVER'S AND MUSEUM OF MODERN ART'S
MANIFESTATIONS 1968.
Television, the "biggest machine" ever invented.
Dr Gary Svensson on Ture Sjolander 2000
EXHIBITION
TURE SJOLANDER
25 SEPTEMBER - 10 OCTOBER
2004
LUND - SWEDEN
The Artist that Invented Computer Animation
KONSTPERSPEKTIV
Ture Sjolander with his public artwork at the city of Sundsvall - 5 panels of "Mona-Lisa" on perspex.
pre view
SELFPORTRAIT 1967
Above:
SelfPortrait Ture Sjolander 
25 February 1967 
Svenska Dagbladet
newspaper Sweden.
MARCEL DUCHAMP
The King of Sweden
Supported with a generous
Grant from the Swedish King
Gustav Adolf VI
(Swedish Text)
COLLECTOR STAMP 2006 "Paul McCartney"
contact RESUME
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Full Story of Youngblood, Vasulka, Brian Hoey and the History of Video Art
Start Here above and  you may
get very happy !
Title: Land mine remover.
"I said to Nam June Paik" Ture Sjolander 1966
1964 Ture Sjolander, a young emerging artist undertakes experiments of modulating the television pictures at the Swedish National Television (Dec 1964 -April 1965) and 1966 the first  Video Synthesizer is temporary built for the making of  TIME  years ahead of Nam June Paik  he met in Stockholm late August 1966.
Ture Sjolander 1964
Prints 70 x 100 cm Paper Edition 1965
Prints 70 x 100 cm 1965 Paper Edition
Ture Sjolander      Early     Pop Art      1960 - 1964
Sir Paul  McCartney at 64
THE PERSON OF THE CENTURY
Woman as Landmines...for Paul McCartney 64, and other's
Above: Paul McCartney 1967 Monument
expanded cinema 1970
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King Ture Sjolander at  69
Nothing but the truth
K G Pontus Hulten said !
Moderna Museet Stockholm
Museum of Modern Art Sweden 2012
What about a Nobel Prize for Art ?
If you don't speak swedish you are a loser: April 5, 2015
artword salon
About Ture Sjolander
SPACE IN THE BRAIN SWEDISH TELEVISION 1969  APOLLO 11                   Tapestry made in France 1970 by Ture Sjolander. Courtesy Albany International Corporation 2007
Above: Canvas of the
King of Sweden
from Monument
UNIVERSAL DECLARATION 2008
The Study Gallery at Moderna Museet 2011
Swedish Boys and Girls 2008 2008
Charles Chaplin and Ture Sjolander London 1973
WARNING FOR PIRATE
COPY OF MONUMENT
POSTED 2007 on :
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and for prints and other materials from Monument Not signed by the artist Ture Sjolander
Legal acition has been taken against the Copyright Infringement and the Defamation.
THE VIDEO ART BEYOND THE BLACK SCREEN !
Now you can watch the whole story 40 min. on video
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Ture Sjolander 2008
News 2011
Photography by Folke Hellberg
THE STORY UNTOLD
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the Story
Windmills of Your Mind: Most PhD, Doctor Hats could still be blown as "Time", "Monument" and "Space in the Brain" never was a film, TV-program, video art or  photograph's ever, in it's origin. It was never ever a film "about" or "on" Don Cherry, Hansson&Karlsson or anyone else for that matter. It was all electronic calligraphy and paintings. It was and can still today be transfused to any media or material.  It was though undisputably, the very first electronic morphing and animation in a real sense of the Modern Art  History the 20th Century.
Something it takes four generations of "artlovers" and "art-historians" to understand.                      - Ture Sjolander
Professor emeritus Kerstin Wickman said !
ART  UNDERGROUND  AND  ABOVE THE GROUND 1965
.. AND IN THE AIR
Wikipedia's information is wrong!
Sven Inge had nothing to do with
this Subway exhibition by
Ture Sjolander/Lars Weck
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50 year anniversary
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International "Art lovers" and "Fine Art commodity dealers" are like blind face less idiots in a stinking fetischistic scopophilia soup. - Ture Sjolander non Honorary Class  Doctor in fancy cloths
21th Century Wall Art
It is not unimaginable if a chark is eating a surfer. it is the opposite. The victim is the chark in the food chain, and the news media make it to a entertainment..
Kill the News Media, and their readers, with the one and the  very same bullet, not the Shark !
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