The Art to Participate at Konstnärshuset
The slideshow above shows glimpses from the exhibition. More images will be added in the course of the exhibition.
SKF and Konstnärshuset are proud to welcome the project The Art to Participate during the summer:
The exhibition HUB will be shown in the Stora and Lilla Galleriet from July 20 until August 20.
Opening: Thursday July 20 at 5 pm until 8 pm
At 6 pm: Inauguration by Kerstin Brunnberg, then there will be a performance by Ana Maria Almada De Alvarez
The exhibition presents works by 47 artists, illustrators and photographers:
Antra Agrena, Ana Maria Almada De Alvarez, Carl-Johan Blomquist, Ana Bondžić, Adrianna Borucka, Ramy Chmmo, Loes Degener (meaning.coffee), Simon Donini, Philipp Gallon, Tian Gan, Christina Hallin, Iryna Hauska, Reza Hazare, Cecilia Hedlund, Helena Hildur W, Angelica Hogarth, Alex Howes, Michal Hudak, Frida Johansson, Yacop Jokhadar, Per José Karlén, Sumiko Kiyohara, Fia Kvissberg, Raul Leon Alvarez, Anneli Lindberg, Cecilia Lindborg, Emma Löfström, Douwe Mulder (meaning.coffee), Natalia Murobha, Shahrzad Nikzad, Lotte Nilsson-Välimaa, Truls Nord, Cecilia Nordstrand, Mika Ohmori, Aurora Persson, Lamie Saif, Sam Schonzeit, Serinyà, Anna Shamzini Dorodjinskaya, Lena Svedjeholm, Nasrin Taghizadeh, Martin Thelander, Elisabeth Ubbe, Emma Virke, Thomas Wahlström, Christopher Williams, Zaria Zardasht
The artists, illustrators and photographers who participate in the project The Art to Share; Image and form were invited to participate in a group exhibition at Konstnärshuset in the summer 2017.
The response was large and the applications flowed in – 47 artists were given the opportunity to present their works in Stora and Lilla Galleriet. Due to the great interest, the exhibition expanded to include the foyer and staircase. The selection was made in collaboration between Celia Prado, artistic director and project manager of SKF / Konstnärshuset and Ola Öhlin, project manager for the Art to participate.
The exhibition’s name is HUB – a collective point where a variety of multifaceted creative expressions merge, different cultures meet and enrich each other, contacts and artists get the chance to reach a wider audience. All participants live and work in Sweden.
From SKF/Konstnärshuset: Celia Prado
From The Art to Participate: Ola Öhlin
About the project The Art to Participate
Read more about The Art to Participate HERE
For further questions or thoughts concerning the project, please contact:
For questions concerning the exhibition HUB at SKF/Konstnärshuset, please contact:
Phone 08 611 10 09