18 Apr 2024
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Art Exhibitions in Stockholm – GSA Gallery

Johan Scott was born in 1953 in Mariehamn, Åland, he lives and works in Stockholm. The oeuvre of Johan Scott is intense, where clear colors meet in contrast. But the intensity is not discouraging, on the contrary, it feels warm and embracing. GSA Gallery’s first Stockholm gallery opened in August 2008 in the gallery district […]

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Culture Lifestyle What's on: Stockholm

Getting To Know Your Valentine With Art

As Stockholm gears up for Valentine’s Day, Your Living City recommends a string of art exhibitions to attend with the new love of your life post the first flush of euphoria experienced during 14th February… …especially when the selected art shows let you naturally discover the potential love of your life’s childhood memories, cherished dreams, […]

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Culture What's on: Stockholm

Art Transcending Boundaries

We hope that social, gender and national boundaries imbue those within a sense of cohesion, but then there is always the bird in its golden cage. And we assume those kept out often struggle for acceptance, but community norms would never continually evolve to yet higher planes on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs if the givens […]

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Culture What's on: Stockholm

Art Selfies To End Summer

Summer is when we enjoy a jaunt in the park most; especially when sublime clay sculptures are magically placed amongst the woods for our children and the child in us to discover… a definite time for engaging in fantasy worlds where life is dreamlike, ethereal and surreal… one ever worthy of a selfie moment for […]

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Culture What's on: Stockholm

Summery Art: Surprise, Surprise!

We are always glad that there is the cliché selection of summer art shows – the lovely, the colourful, the pleasant never ceases to delightfully surprise. And so there are a few galleries selected for just this very promise. But then there are the exhibitions this summertime that unexpectedly amaze: one creatively displays how yards […]

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Culture What's on: Stockholm

Artistic Queries Worth Meditating On

As the previous art exhibitions picked raised more questions than offered answers, the current listed selection of shows eclectically broadens the ‘interrogations’. Within the sphere of innovation, they query language’s limitations in defining abstraction and if that could diminish our pleasure in the abstract. They make us conscious of how our perception changes when a well-loved […]

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Culture What's on: Stockholm

The Artful Promise of Spring

  I don’t know about you, but the burst of first buds always refreshes hope anew for not just novel ways of seeing and doing. It wholeheartedly pledges an originality that betters those that have come before; catalyzing and spreading the ignited complexities of positive synergies and emotions – even tears shed are those of […]

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Art Culture

Artistic Insights For 2017’s Resolutions

We welcome in 2017 with a selection of art exhibitions that bear foremost in the mind how many of us customarily kick-start each new year – making a list of resolutions. The artworks are, thus, those inspired by determinations of what artistically and personally to embrace and what not to; tapping on the art makers’ […]

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Xmas Gifts For Art & Craft Lovers

It is the season of merry making and gift giving. And not just of any old present. But with spritely coloured handsome boxes liberally festooned with equally gay ribbons, promising surprises as cherished as being kissed under the mistletoe. Experience the delight of sparking that joy in friends and loved ones who relish surrounding themselves […]

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Culture What's on: Stockholm

A Yuletide of Arty Epitomes

As we reminisce on how the course of history has brought into existence and further evolved well loved Christmas traditions this December, let us too reflect on how times gone by have influenced the revolutionary development of artistic traditions, and consequently, the values, norms and customs we hold so dear today. With this very reflection, […]

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