• Zeren Badar

     

    Accident series by Zeren Badar, via Yellowtrace.

  • Michael Wolf

       

    View more of photographer Michael Wolf pictures of Hong Kong, called Architecture of density.

  • Tree art

     

    A favourite blog we like to follow is The Jealous Curator, it was here we found these pics with work from Sally Lundburg.

  • Do-Ho Suh

       

    Korean sculptor and installation artist Do-Ho Suh explores the notion of home. Read more here.

  • Carlo Scarpa

       

    Carlo Scarpa's designs for art-glass manufacturer Venini can now be viewed at New York's Metropolian Museum of Art. Via Wallpaper.

  • Crayon art

     

    How amazing is this! Read more about this project here.

  • Art in sausage

     

    Art in Sausage by Karsten Wegener, Silke Baltruschat and Raik Holst. Via Yellowtrace.

  • Berndnaut Smilde

       

    A Dutch artist who makes real clouds indoors, more info here. Via Yellowtrace.

  • Niki de Saint Phalle

     

    During April to December you can visit Moderna museet in Stockholm and view: The Girl, the Monster and the Goddess by Niki De Saint Phalle.

  • Kaffe Fassett

       

    If we could we would like go to London and visit the Fashion and Textile Museum and view the exhibition of the work of Kaffe Fassett.

  • Emily Barletta

       

    Amazing work. View more here. Via The Jealous Curator.

  • Steffen Bunte

     

    Spray paint on stone made by the German artist Steffen Bunte.

  • Magda Sayeg

         

    She calls herself the mother of yarn bombing, view more of Magda Sayeg's work here.

  • Hilma af Klint

     

    A retrospective exhibition of a Swedish pioneer of abstract art at Moderna Museet. Hilma af Klint is an artist whose work is still far too unknown to a wider public. Between 1906 and 1915, she produced nearly 200 abstract paintings, some of which are in monumental formats.

  • Kasthall goes graffiti

         

    Swedish rug company Kasthall have made a collaboration with graffiti artist Ollio, aka Jonathan Josefsson.

  • Liljevalchs

     

    It is opening day today for Vårsalongen at Liljevalchs.

  • Christer Strömholm

       

    Ten years after Christer Strömholm’s death, Fotografiska presents the exhibition CHR. The exhibition is a comprehensive retrospective of Christer Strömholm’s oeuvre consisting of over 150 photographs.

  • Stacey Page

       

    Stacey Page is an American artist and view more of her embroided portraits and work here. Via The Jealous Curator.

  • Picasso VS Duchamp

     

    Moderna Museet in Stockholm is exhibiting the two giants Pablo Picasso and Marcel Duchamp together for the first time.

  • Michael Johansson

       

    Everyday objects from mid-20th century housewives are taken apart, sorted, and repacked in an equally outdated boydream esthetics. View more of Michael Johanssons work here.

  • Nationalmuseum Slow Art

           

    "In Slow Art we will celebrate a contemporary movement in fine craft where technique, materials and the work process are considered especially important." See some 30 silver, textile, glass and ceramic objects at Nationalmuseum.

  • Ann Edholm

       

    One of our favourite artists is Ann Edholm, view more of here work here. Pics via Galleri Nordenhake.

  • Regarding birds

       

    During April, our first birds that we ever made together, are exhibited at the restaurant lounge of hotell Amaranten. These are our own reference ex and the last ones we have saved. And they are all for sale, for more info contact us.

  • Judith Seng

     

    Judith Seng works on projects that aim to uncover and provoke new opportunities and perspectives on our existing environment. Read more here.

  • Diagram Landscapes

         

    A friend of ours, Anders Granberg has a side project called Diagram. This weekend he and his friend Lars Lengquist has an exhibition at Nacka Konsthall, more info here.

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