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02 Wedn

Get an in-depth experience of the exhibition with our longer viewing format. We discuss artists’ methods and contextualize the works in the exhibition. No prior knowledge is needed. Our art guides are both practicing artists and guides. Through their own knowledge and experiences they look at the exhibitions from a wide perspective and open up for new ways of looking at the art.

Places are limited. No reservations. The tour is included in the entrance fee. Tickets can be collected from 11.30 am on the day at the gallery reception.

06 Sund

An in-depth tour of the exhibition, held every Sunday at 2 pm. In Swedish.
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10 Thur

Join us for Baby Thursday, when parents and babies/young children in prams are welcome. We proceed through the gallery slowly, and allow for a more playful, noisy atmosphere. We spend additional time at art that the little ones most enjoy, followed by a song circle in the children’s corner! (In Swedish)

Regular 100 SEK. Senior/student 80 SEK. Free for members. Places are limited. Entrance fee is included in the ticket.

 

12 Satu

Join a guided tour with philosopher Jonna Lappalainen and immerse in a variety of philosophical issues. In Swedish.

Regular 100 SEK. Senior/student 80 SEK. Free for members. Places are limited. Entrance fee is included in the ticket.

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13 Sund

An in-depth tour of the exhibition, held every Sunday at 2 pm. In Swedish.
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19 Satu
Peter Liversidge. Notes On Protesting, Stockholm, 2018. Photo: Andrzej Markiewicz
Peter Liversidge. Notes On Protesting, Stockholm, 2018. Photo: Andrzej Markiewicz

Peter Liversidge’s proposal Notes On Protesting unfolds from the concept of freedom of speech and the right to make ones voice heard. A highly acute issue in a time when the free word is both challenged and threatened, in parts of Europe as well as the rest of the world. During the fall of 2018, the artist has organized workshops around these issues, together with 110 students from Farsta Primary School and the Adolf Fredriks music classes in Farsta. Collaboratively, they have produced banderols, placards and protest songs.

On January 19th, the artist will together with the students perform a protest rally at Bonniers Konsthall, expressing the children’s view on the world they live in. The performance will also be enacted for the public at the shopping centre Farsta Centrum, on January 18th at 4.30 pm.

The work Notes On Protesting was originally enacted in London in 2014, in collaboration with Whitechapel Gallery. The exhibition presents documentation from Liversidge’s work with the children in London as well as in Farsta.

Thanks to students and teachers of Farsta Primary School and the Adolf Fredriks music classes in Farsta.

Image: Peter Liversidge, Notes On Protesting, Stockholm, 2018. Photo: Andrzej Markiewicz.

20 Sund

An in-depth tour of the exhibition, held every Sunday at 2 pm. In Swedish.
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26 Satu

Discover the art at Bonniers Konsthall together with program manager and author Elin Ek. In Swedish.
Pre-registration to program@bonnierskonsthall.se

Photo: Hans Samuelsson

27 Sund

An in-depth tour of the exhibition, held every Sunday at 2 pm. In Swedish.
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30 Wedn

An evening talk about Dora García’s exhibition and the publication I Always Tell the Truth. Participants are the artist Dora García, the Canadian art critic and curator Chantal Pontbriand, and the Swedish writer and professor of aesthetics Cecilia Sjöholm. We celebrate the release of the book with a special price. In English.

In collaboration with Iaspis – The Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Programme for Visual and Applied Artists

Regular 100 SEK. Senior/student 80 SEK. Free for members. Places are limited. Entrance fee is included in the ticket.

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Image: Dora García, preparatory drawings for the exhibition I Always Tell the Truth, Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, 2018.

02 Satu

Artist Peter Liversidge has invited the Swedish band Tape to perform in his exhibition Working Title II. The band offers a full day concert in which they alternate between different instruments. Tape consists of musicians Johan Berthling, Andreas Berhling and Tomas Hallonsten.

Listen here:
https://player.vimeo.com/video/19417149

The artistic practice of Peter Liversidge unfolds from his Proposals. At the end of December 2017, the artist addressed 45 proposals to Bonniers Konsthall, presented in the exhibition Working Title 2018. During the year, some of them were brought to life, often with the help from visitors or from employees at the konsthall. The collaborative aspect of the works questions the myth of the artist as a lone genius.

This event is included in the ticket fee.

03 Sund

An in-depth tour of the exhibition, held every Sunday at 2 pm. In Swedish.
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06 Wedn

Anna-Karin Selberg gives an immersed lecture on the topic truth vs lie in relationship to Dora Garcias piece The Prophets. The Prophets is based on the movie All The Presiden’ts Men, a film about the unveiling of the Watergate affair. Anna-Karin Selberg is a writer and a PhD candidate in philospophy currently writing her thesis The Politics of Truth.

Regular 100 SEK. Senior/student 80 SEK. Free for members. Places are limited.

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Photo: All the Presidents Men, 1976.

07 Thur

Join us for Baby Thursday, when parents and babies/young children in prams are welcome. We proceed through the gallery slowly, and allow for a more playful, noisy atmosphere. We spend additional time at art that the little ones most enjoy, followed by a song circle in the children’s corner! (In Swedish)

Regular 100 SEK. Senior/student 80 SEK. Free for members. Places are limited. Entrance fee is included in the ticket.

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We pay a visit to The Royal Art Academy, Skeppsholmen, and Vice-Chanchellor Sara Arrhenius tells us about the activities within the school. We also meet with the professors and teachers, and are given a tour of the facilities and workshops.

Preregistration at medlemmar@bonnierskonsthall.se

09 Satu

We are inviting an artist to share their expressions on the current exhibition. This time it is the artist Jacob Dahlgren who will share his perspective on Peter Liversidge exhibition Working Title II.

Regular 100 SEK. Senior/student 80 SEK. Free for members. Entrance fee is included in the ticket. Places are limited.

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10 Sund

An in-depth tour of the exhibition, held every Sunday at 2 pm. In Swedish.
Get your ticket at the reception desk.

13 Wedn

Get an in-depth experience of the exhibition with our longer viewing format. We discuss artists’ methods and contextualize the works in the exhibition. No prior knowledge is needed. Our art guides are both practicing artists and guides. Through their own knowledge and experiences they look at the exhibitions from a wide perspective and open up for new ways of looking at the art.

Places are limited. No reservations. The tour is included in the entrance fee. Tickets can be collected from 11.30 am on the day at the gallery reception.

16 Satu

Discover the art at Bonniers Konsthall together with program manager and author Elin Ek. In Swedish.
Pre-registration to program@bonnierskonsthall.se

Photo: Hans Samuelsson.

The artist Peter Liversidge, current with the exhibition Working Title II is having a release of the associated publication Notes on Protesting together with the label Art & Theory at Bonniers Konsthall!

The book is a result from a cooperation between the artist himself and approx. 110 young children from the Swedish schools of Farsta Grundskola and Adolf Fredriks musikklasser.

Together they have discussed questions about freedom of speeach and the right to make yourself heard. The content were being created through different workshops which the children got to decide what to express and what not to express.

Free entrence to the book release. Regular entrence to the exhibition.

17 Sund

An in-depth tour of the exhibition, held every Sunday at 2 pm. In Swedish.
Get your ticket at the reception desk.