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In Miss Lala at the Cirque Fernando, he records the dizzying feat of being suspended by your teeth above a crowd. Of course, any of these works could be placed in other categories, and that's the point.

There are several striking elements here: the use of flat pattern and, often, energetic, multiple designs, the use of contemporary Swedish dress in Biblical scenes (even the Israelites dancing around the Golden Calf are clad in cheerful Swedish folk costumes), and the use of Rococo floral arrangements that seem to explode with flowers as an eye-popping decorative element in almost every scene.

These rarely seen works all come -- except for one work on loan from the Volvo Group, one of the show's supporters -- from the Swedish American Museum Center in Chicago.

They were collected by the indefatigable folk art collector Florence Dibell Bartlett, founder of the International Museum of Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

"Expression by Design" is on view at Scandinavia House, 58 Park Avenue (between 37th and 38th Street), through July 12.

In Miss Lala at the Cirque Fernando, he records the dizzying feat of being suspended by your teeth above a crowd. Of course, any of these works could be placed in other categories, and that's the point.

There are several striking elements here: the use of flat pattern and, often, energetic, multiple designs, the use of contemporary Swedish dress in Biblical scenes (even the Israelites dancing around the Golden Calf are clad in cheerful Swedish folk costumes), and the use of Rococo floral arrangements that seem to explode with flowers as an eye-popping decorative element in almost every scene.

These rarely seen works all come -- except for one work on loan from the Volvo Group, one of the show's supporters -- from the Swedish American Museum Center in Chicago.

They were collected by the indefatigable folk art collector Florence Dibell Bartlett, founder of the International Museum of Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

"Expression by Design" is on view at Scandinavia House, 58 Park Avenue (between 37th and 38th Street), through July 12.

Bravo Tate, Drawing Center, Catherine de Zehger and Avis Newman!