Susanne Lund Pangrazio holds an MFA from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (2013) and a BA (Hons) in Latin American Studies from the University of Gothenburg (2010). Through the years she has exhibited in various solo and group shows in the UK and abroad, in places such as Arusha Gallery (Edinburgh), Clara Hatton Gallery (Colorado), Studio One Gallery (London) and Alma Löv Museum (Östra Ämtervik). Lund Pangrazio was awarded the Värmlands Museiförenings Konstnärsstipendium in 2018 and her work can be found in private and public collections such as Värmlands Museum and Alma Löv Museum. Susanne Lund Pangrazio lives and works in Stockholm and is currently working towards a solo show at the Lapua Art Museum in Finland, opening in September 2019.
"I create figurative paintings alongside sculptural objects or installations made from found material and textiles. In my practice I am interested in occupying the space in between the real and the imaginary and I see each of my work as a fragment of a story which is being told one small piece at a time.
My work often ruminates on our relationships with, and expectations of, nature, and how this affects our societies and personal lives. My practice is informed both by the past and present, and our struggle to reimagine and create some kind of future."
(Statement, S. Lund Pangrazio)