2021.04.28

The positive impact of art and inspiring young creatives is needed now more than ever – especially as most cultural events have been cancelled, and institutions have had to close within the last year. Fortunately, with the return of Stockholm Art Week, we are starting to see things gradually lifting again, with Swedish Crown Princess Victoria digitally opening the week in alignment with UN’s global day for innovation and creativity. Throughout the week there have been a number of events and exhibitions both open for public viewing, as well as digitally – giving those outside of Stockholm a chance to also get a glimpse into the vibrant Nordic art scene. We have picked some of our top highlights during the week.

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2021.04.01

Colorful ceramics and useful everyday objects; we list four small but very good exhibitions currently on show in Sweden right now, focusing on glass and ceramics. Taking bookings ahead and allowing a limited amount of visitors, its a well needed injection of color and energy after a long period of digital only shows.

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2021.01.13

In 2019 six Swedish design studios were asked to create a sustainable material or product using waste from a company’s industrial production process. The results will be showcased at the exhibition Metabolic Process for Leftovers that opens on February 4 at Form Design Centre in Stockholm, curated by Kiosk Studio.

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2020.12.15

With two upcoming exhibitions next summer, artist Anton Alvarez is busy experimenting with new techniques, materials and scales in his Stockholm studio.

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2020.12.09

Art gallery and webshop Lokal Helsinki celebrates Nordic values: the beauty of everyday life, craftsmanship, timelessness, functionality, and the relationship between design and nature.

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2020.11.29

Åsa Stenerhag has worked as a design director at Filippa K and Totême, and throughout the years she has nurtured many collaborations with the fashion world.

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