STOCKHOLM ART SCENE
CURRENT EXHIBITION: Here/Now is group exhibition of 10 artists from various art fields working in relation to the Artipelag ́s architecture: Mamma Andersson, Anastasia Ax, Clay Ketter, Sophie Tottie and more.
WHERE: Artipelagstigen 1, Gustavsberg
ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN CENTRE
CURRENT EXHIBITION: Konstantin Grcic – Panorama is a solo exhibition reflecting future visions in design via several large-scale installations.
Site Poetics is an artistic research project focusing on the importance of green spaces in urban environments.
WHERE: Exercisplan 4, Skeppsholmen
CURRENT EXHIBITION: Laura Lima – A solo exhibition featuring Laura Lima’s large-scale installations alongside smaller works where the human body plays the dual role as both theme and material.
Experiences of Brazilian Art and Film from the 1960s and ’70s – An exhibition presenting significant Brazilian film artists from the ’60s and ’70s.
WHERE: Torsgatan 19, Vasastan
CURRENT EXHIBITION: One million to One is a group exhibition that takes place in a bathroom. The exhibition challenges the concepts of “audience” and “artwork,” where the exhibition is the final destination for the artistic work and where it normally meets a broader audience.
WHERE: Tumbatorg 105 and Fittja
CURRENT EXHIBITION: Joyce Tenneson – Light Warriors is a solo exhibition of the American photographer, focused on self-reflection and exploration of human archetypes through self-portraits and portraits.
WHERE: Stadsgårdshamnen 22, Södermalm
CURRENT EXHIBITION: UrSinnen is a group exhibition of various artists focusing on the exploration of terms as art and culture in the perception of infants.
WHERE: Lövholmsbrinken 1, Liljeholmen
CURRENT EXHIBITION: Conversation – Better the Devil You Know is about urban transformation from above, alliances, and collaborations. Open 4:00 – 8:00PM.
WHERE: Cigarrvägen 14
CURRENT EXHIBITION: Vera Nilsson is a solo exhibition of Swedish painter Vera Nilsson (1888–1979).
WHERE: Djurgårdsvägen 60, Djurgården
CURRENT EXHIBITION: I’m Still Here is a group exhibition with photography, sculpture, painting, and film: Erik Aalto, Johan Bock, Christian Boltanski, Sofia Hultén, Tal R, and Andrea Zittel, among others.
The Drawing Room is a group exhibition of about 70 drawings including a wide range of works dating from the mid-1800s to drawings completed just a few weeks ago.
Wizz Eyelashes is an sculptural installation by minimalists Sol LeWitt, Walter De Maria, and Katharina Grosse. Part of this artwork, made by Katharina Grosse, was publicly installed at Nybroplan Stockholm.
WHERE: Frihamnsgatan 28, Frihamnen