• Another Side of the Shift

    31 May 20 Aug 2017

    At the end of the 1980s, a shift took place on the Swedish art scene. The art and artists to have dominated the stage for quite some time were forced to take a step back with the arrival of postmodernism, which ushered in a wave of new ideas. Now 30 years after the fact we are able to consider the time right after this shift, viewing it from a new perspective. This summer’s exhibition at Bonniers Konsthall features many of the names which shaped the art scene, from the arrival of constructivism in 1947 to the postmodern shift in 1987. Experience the tremendous array of art along with the vast desire for experimentation from that time, and meet the collector who was one of the Swedish art establishment’s leading figures.

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  • Grant recipients 2016: Maria Bonnier Dahlin Foundation

    31 May 20 Aug 2017

    Jasmin Daryani and Hilde Retzlaff are the 2016 Maria Bonnier Dahlin Foundation grant recipients. On the surface, Jasmin Daryani and Hilde Retzlaff’s work can appear quite different, yet they both take a similar approach in their selection of materials and locations. For example, utilising the street as a place to make new discoveries, or the experience of being marginalised either as an individual or material. Bonniers Konsthall will exhibit a selection of both artists’ work, and we look forwards to following them over the course of their careers.

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  • SUSAN PHILIPSZ, LOST IN SPACE – A SINGLE VOICE

    Bonniers Konsthall is pleased to announce the publication Susan Philipsz, Lost in Space – A Single Voice, a limited edition of 300 pieces. The publication gives a unique insight into the artist Susan Philipsz and the creative process behind A Single Voice.

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  • ONE HOUR’S ART

    Join an in-depth exhibition viewing with one of Bonnier Konsthall’s art guides.Sunday’s 2 pm.

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Bonniers Konsthall, located in central Stockholm, is a place for Swedish and International contemporary art.

Since the start in 2006, Bonniers Konsthall has shown and discussed art from the world over. With its roots in the Maria Bonnier Dahlin Foundation, Bonniers Konsthall is an independent and non-profit art institution.

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