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On the Fringes of Language
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Why Bother to Dance?

2015
Dansens hus, Stockholm February 11–April 20 2015. Solo Exhibition

On the Fringes of Language

2015
Solo Exhibition Galleri Örhänget, Stockholm. Sketches in ink, pencil, varnish, objects and site specific works.
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Imago Mundi exhibition at Instituto Cini in Venice

2015
Participating with the piece The Dilemma of Santa, 2015 (Hair, fluorescent color, confetti and a Santa)


Autumn exhibition, Värmdö konstnärer, Gustavsberg Porslinsmuseum

2015
Participating with the piece Sore Soles on Wrong Floors, 2012 (ink and pencil on paper)

Choreography as Text and Other Signs

2012
Efva Lilja continues her exploration of choreographic strategies in drawings that becomes stories of their own in both still and moving images. Solo Exhibition.

The Unspeakable

2010
An exhibition of choreographic sketches and video works. Swedish Institute in Athens. Solo Exhibition.

Walking the Mist

2009
Film. ScalaMata Gallery Venice.

Cowbox 1

2008
Foyer of Dansens Hus, Stockholm.

Exhibition on works 1985–2005 in connection with the 20-anniversary of E.L.D.

2005
Photographers Olof Thiel, Hans Skoglund, Moona Björklund, Ralph Nyqvist and Annika Tersmeden, scenography from repertory, films och drawings by Efva Lilja. Kulturhuset, Stockholm.

Photo exhibition

2001
By Olof Thiel, Hans Skoglund and Annika Tersmeden. Dansens hus, Stockholm.

Exhibition on works in connection with the 10-anniversary of E.L.D.

2001
Photos by Olof Thiel and Hans Skoglund. Kulturhuset, Stockholm.

Exhibition on works 1983–2001

2001
Photos by Olof Thiel. Restaurang Prinsen, Stockholm.

The Dangerous Object

1999
Foyer of Dansens hus, Stockholm.

Photos

1994
Photos by Hans Skoglund. Centre Georges Pompidou, Foyer of Grand Salle Theatre, Paris.