17 Apr 2024
YLC Art Agenda: January
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YLC Art Agenda: January

Kick start the year by feasting your eyes on some fresh visuals. Stockholm’s vibrant art scene is a great way to replenish your creative coffers after a busy holiday season! 

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From conceptual canvases to fabulous photography, here’s YLC’s top picks for the art lover in you. 

Gallery and Exhibition Openings

6 January:  Solo exhibition by  Swedish artist & film maker Anna Kleberg.  Djurkyrkogården (The Pet Cemetery) @Andrehn-Schiptienko 

9 January:  Solo Exhibition @ Galleri NordenhakeIn conjunction with the Moderna Museet exhibition, an interesting retrospective by the Cypriot artist Christodoulos Panayiotou.

16 January:  Martin Erik Andersen, Endless Promises @ Galleri RiisSolo show by the conceptual Danish artist.

18 January:  Mikkel Carl @AnnaElle GallerySolo exhibition by Danish artist & philosopher Mikkel Carl

18 January:  Peter Frie, Some Trees @ Lars Bohman Solo exhibition by Swedish painter Peter Frie.

22 January:  – Group Show, Dancing Machines – From Léger to Kraftwerk @Moderna Museet.  The exhibition focuses on the relationship between man and machine. It includes the 3-D video installation “1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9” by Kraftwerk.

23 January:  Charlie Roberts, Hex @ Galleri Magnus Karlsson.

25 January:   Beckers Art Award 2014 @ Fargfabriken.  The Beckers Award are fantastic opportunity to discover emerging artists on the Swedish artistic scene.  This year’s winner is David Molander.

29 January:  Andreas Eriksson @ Bonniers KonsthallFirst large-scale solo exhibition by Swedish artist Andreas Eriksson.  

Art Listings

Through 19 January:  Martina Hoogland Ivanow @ Kulturhuset Solo exhibition dedicated to the internationally acclaimed Swedish photographer.

Through 19 January:  Cindy Sherman – Untitled Horrors.  Retrospective dedicated to the acclaimed American photographer and artist @ Moderna Muséet

Through 19 January:  Blackboard: Teaching and learning from art Group Show @ Artipelag

Through 26 January:  – Joan Jonas – Reanimation @ Kulturhuset.  Exhibition dedicated to one of the pioneers of performance and video art.

Through 2 February: Ernst Billgren – Old future @ Kulturhuset.  To celebrate the opening of a new gallery. Gallery Wonderland, within Kulturhuset this exhibition features an installation from the well-known contemporary Swedish artist.  

Through 2 February:  Jill Greenberg – Works 2001-2011 @ Fotografiska.Selection of work by the American artist/photographer.

Through 16 February:  – Gunnar Smoliansky – Moment @ Moderna MuséetAn unprecedented exhibition by Sweden’s most prominent photographer.

Through 2 March:  Elliott Erwitt  100+1 @ Fotografiska – A unique opportunity to see the amazing photographs by one of the world’s most celebrated photographers.

Through 27 March: Group Exhibition – Surrealism & Duchamp @ Moderna Muséet. A unique chance to see an outstanding part of the Moderna Museet’s collection. The exhibition includes works by Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró, Meret Oppenheim, Giorgio de Chirico, Hans Arp, Dorothea Tanning, Max Ernst.

Through 27 March: Christodoulos Panayiotou – Days and Ages @ Moderna Muséet Solo exhibition by the Cypriot artist who revisited and analyzed the complex history of Cyprus.

Last chance to see

Through 5 January:  Christmas Group Show @ AnnaElle Gallery.

Through 6 January: Lena Cronqvist @ Liljevalchs.

Through 10 January Daido Moriyama, Hokkaido / The World Through My Eyes @ Galleri Riis.

Through 12 January: Paolo Roversi, Secrets  @ Fotografiska.

 

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Arianna Bongioanni

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