The Swedish artist couple Mamma Andersson (born 1962) and Jockum Nordström (born 1963) have been at the forefront of contemporary figurative painting since the late 1980s. Updating Vuillard for a post-Hitchcock age, Andersson paints beguilingly eerie interiors and landscapes. Nordström's detailed collages, watercolors and drawings occupy a more folkloric realm peopled by historical and contemporary characters enacting sexual and social roles across broad narrative panoramas. Originally published on the occasion of the 2010 exhibition at David Zwirner, New York, Who Is Sleeping on My Pillow marked the first time Andersson and Nordström presented their work in concurrent solo shows, after spending half their lives together while maintaining separate practices. The book showcases Andersson's and Nordström's work from the late 1980s to 2010 in over 200 full-color plates. Alongside these, it also includes family snapshots and source materials, texts by Paolo Colombo and Anders Krüger, a poem by Stig Claesson and an interview with Nordström by Marcel Dzama.