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Camera Diaries – Stockholm’s outdoor portrait photography season

Autumn is my favourite season for outdoor portrait photography. Can you guess why? Yes, the beautiful contrasting colours provided by the golden leaves on trees and on the ground make for stunning backgrounds. But it’s also that unique, soft, sideways light. And the combination of these two elements is an …

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Gather – Really not your average conference

Gather was back with their second edition and brought along more than 50 speakers for the conference part at Nobelberget, more than a hundred artists at 15 different venues for the music festival part, as well as 15 different innovation labs, innovative restaurant cooperations, and well, even sauna sessions. There …

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Your Living City’s favourite Stockholm photos

At Your Living City Stockholm we keep a finger on the pulse of the city’s heartbeat, bringing you the best that Stockholm has to offer, today we would like to bring you some of our favourite views of the Scandinavian capital, created by Stockholm-based photographer and artist Karen Pérez Guzmán. …

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In pictures: Formex 2018 – Design champions

¨A World Of Shapes¨ was the theme of this year’s Formex interior fair, which took place between 17-20 January 2018. Inspired by British artist David Hockney, the theme brought together various interior design forms to create new playful constellations. At Formex you find everything from sweets and chocolates to interior design, fashion and gifts. It’s …

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Satan’s Dead marking the end of an unprecedented series of performances

An era is coming to an end… The four year adventure of the Satans Demokrati (Satan’s Democracy) trilogy of unprecedented multidisciplinary art happenings are soon to cease to exist together with site that has hosted it all, the scrapped office complex in Sickla, which is soon to be demolished. Perhaps those who expected the theatrical …

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Exhibit: Siblinghood explored in photo and video

In their “Shared” exhibition at the Finnish Institute in Stockholm, Finnish artists Nelli Palomäki and Juhana Moisander explore siblinghood through video installation and photographs. We went to the opening night of the exhibit on the 16th of November.   Nelli Palomäki is known for her timeless portraits of children and …

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Stockholm Film Festival focuses on female directors

Sweden’s most important film festival is around the corner, as with every edition the festival opens submissions of films of all kinds, styles and origins. Today together with the face of this year’s festival poster, it has has been announced that 50% of the participant films in the Stockholm XXVIII Competition will be …

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