Previous Exhibitions

  • The Art Hall
    3 June 2012 to 30 September 2012

    Genius Loci examines Artipelag, with the help of art, as a new creation in regards to the natural surroundings and the architecture. The exhibition consists of historically important events and 15 contemporary artists that illustrate aspects of the soul of the site and its relevance in our time.

  • The Artbox
    30 June 2012 to 28 October 2012

    First showing of Germany’s most known photographer, Candida Höfer, in Sweden. Artipelag exhibits her early black and white photographs of Turkish immigrants in Germany during the 1970s and street scenes in Liverpool from 1968 together…

  • The Art Hall
    27 October 2012 to 17 February 2013

    Light has always been a central ingredient in the history of art, from chiaroscuro paintings to the en plein air paintings of the 1800s. During the 1900s, the use of natural light was replaced by artistic...

  • The Art Hall
    8 March 2013 to 12 May 2013

    In Artipelag’s exhibition Sidekick, the works of Poul Gernes and Cosima von Bonin are shown together for the first time in Sweden.

  • The Art Hall
    25 May 2013 to 29 September 2013

    William Wegman is perhaps best known for his photographs of his Weimaraners and although this work is generously represented in the exhibition, Hello Nature explores the inspiration behind all of Wegman’s work. In addition to his photos, the exhibition also includes Wegman’s paintings, drawings, collages, and films, a highly personal investigations of nature and its meaning in our culture.

  • The Artbox
    14 June 2013 to 21 August 2013

    In the tracks of ecological and environmental awareness, the woods have become house-trained again and designers – not just in Sweden but everywhere – have taken wood to new heights. This new wave of wood’s popularity is expressed in this summer’s large design exhibition: One, Two, Tree! – Artipelag’s first all-design exhibition.

  • The Art Hall
    11 October 2013 to 19 January 2014

    With the arrival of the computer, the blackboard has almost disappeared from teaching. But in art it has been important as a way of emphasizing the position of art as a conveyor of knowledge.

  • The Art Hall
    7 February 2014 to 11 May 2014

    Artipelag presents a comprehensive photo exhibition containing works from the last five years by twenty-one photographers. The point of departure for the exhibition is the changes taking place in photography during the 1990s. As part of these changes is an increasing awareness of the theoretical foundations and an interest for the staged image rather than the documentary one. Many of the photographers in the exhibition combine the documentary image with fiction to create a narrative.

  • The Art Hall
    23 May 2014 to 28 September 2014

    The Stockholm archipelago has been the subject of many poems, songs and paintings. Today, however, the ideas of the archipelago increasingly appear as nostalgic tourist clichés, including the rather dubious artistic genre of “archipelago art”. The exhibition No Man Is an Island enlists visual art from the end of 19th century until today, in an attempt to elaborate on the image of the archipelago with the point of departure in concepts such as class, gender and identity.

  • The Artbox
    11 July 2014 to 17 August 2014

    Free entrance

    In Artipelag’s Artbox you can see the slide show Reflections on Mankind and the Biosphere, which is a book project published by Langenskiöld Publishers in 2014.