Affordable Art Fair Stockholm 2016
Join our editor-in-chief Lola. A. Åkerström as she will be exhibiting a selection of her fine art photography at Affordable Art Fair Stockholm 2016.
Galleri Duerr which represents some of my fine art photography in Scandinavia would love to see you in our booth A5, at this year’s Affordable Art Fair, Nacka Strandsmässan, the place to be for art lovers October 13–16!
New for this year are Affordable Art Fair’s self-produced video interviews with selected artists for the on-line magazine The Parlor – two are represented by Galleri Duerr – Lola Akinmade, also seen in the latest Residence magazine, and Matt Miley.
Galleri Duerr is proud to be showing works by 12 different artists, spanning photography to one-of-a-kind sculptures:
Lola Akinmade, selection of fine art travel photography from around the world chasing light.
Lina L. Baker, also participating in this year’s IPS event, fundraising for World Childhood Foundation.
Maria Turchenkova, whose exhibition Hidden War will be opening at the Lydmar on December 1.
Paul Quant’s large-format images, making the most obscure beautiful.
Filip Cederholm, a new series with the purpose of using reworked fashion shots to introduce us to and help finance his world of art for philanthropy projects like ABC Charity.
Christer Fjellis Fjellman with the release of his series from Slussen, A Beautiful Ruin in Detail. Fjellis is represented in a large number of private collections.
David Eisenhauer will be showing minimalist sculptures.
Alannah Robins‘ one-of-a-kind sculpture in bronze Drink this Cup is finally in Sweden!
Natalia Mikkola continues with her suggestive imagery.
Kapoth’s day dreams on linen stand for the urban element.
This year guest lectures by The National Museum include talks on art scandals to female artist norms and the role of government in designing the ideal home. Our artists will be popping into our booth A5 as announced on our social media.
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More on Affordable Art Fair Stockholm
Affordable Art Fair Stockholm is back this year in the brand new Nacka Strandsmässan venue, the place to be for art lovers this October! Where over 50 local and international galleries will exhibit artists from around the world.
ART AFTER WORK
Thursday October 13, 5–9pm
GENERAL OPEN HOURS
Thursday October 13, 12–5pm
Friday October 14, 11–6pm
Saturday October 15, 11–6pm
Sunday October 16, 11–6pm
Be sure to get your limited tickets to one of the most popular events of the year.