Market Art Fair is the leading Nordic fair for contemporary art and has become an important meeting place for collectors and art professionals. It was founded by a group of gallerists in 2006 and represents the leading galleries from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland and Finland.
Market Art Fair features an ambitious programme of talks and projects and arranges a VIP programme for international collectors and art professionals.
Market Art Fair is easily accessible by taxi or public transportation (sl.se).
Färgfabriken is within walking distance from Liljeholmen Metro Station (red line T13 and T14). Free shuttle bus service between Liljeholmen and Färgfabriken will also be available during Market's opening hours.
Tvärbanan line 22, stop Trekanten.
Busline 152 towards Bromma and 133 towards Ekensberg make stops at Trekanten. If you arrive by plane: flygbussarna.se
Cabonline (with well known brands TaxiKurir, SverigeTaxi and TopCab) will have a taxi service on site. Dowload the Cabonline app to your phone to get a fixed price to or from the fair.
117 43 Liljeholmen, Stockholm
120 SEK/80 SEK (students)
200 SEK/150 SEK (students)
Tickets for Market will be available for purchase on site.
Tickets can also be purchased in advance, at a reduced price, through billetto.se
24 – 26 March 2017
Friday 12.00 – 19.00
Saturday 12:00 – 18.00
Sunday 12.00 – 18.00
During the fair Market offers guided tours of the exhibited art. The tours are held in Swedish and in English. For information on booking a guided tour please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
1 hour of limited movements Performance by Marie Karlberg
Marie Karlberg (b.1985 in Stockholm) is a performer and artist based in New York. Karlberg has had a recent solo exhibition at Marbriers 4, Geneva, and a recent performance at Künstlerhaus Graz, Austria. She has had previous solo and two person shows at Reena Spaulings, New York; Vilma Gold, London; Sandy Brown, Berlin; and Issues, Stockholm.
Reduced entrance to the fair. 70kr for regular tickets.
Axel Wieder director of Index, Henrikke Nielsen from Croy Nielsen and Johan Norling artistic director of Market Art Fair talk about the new section Market Feature.
Nathalie Åhbeck, curator at Index meets artist Marie Karlberg in a conversation around her practice and her performance piece at the fair.
Paulina Sokolow, art historian and writer meets with collectors in a discussion on their aspirations and thoughts on their involvement in the art world.
The talks are about 30 minutes each.
Anna Stina Malmborg and Dagmar Klint-Schmidt
Anna Stina Malmborg has been collecting since the 1960s together with her husband Gunnar Höglund. In 2015 nine paintings from her collection were sold at an auction for 136,5 million crowns out of which she donated a large sum to Moderna museet.
Dagmar Klint-Schmidt has been involved with contemporary art both as a collector and as a business partner in Schaper Sundberg Gallery and Brändström Gallery. She is and has also been active in a number of foundations and organizations promoting contemporary art and artists.
Emil S. Nissen grew up in a household filled with art but knew from a quite young age that he wanted to be surrounded by art of his own choosing rather than the memories of his parents life. Emil has been collecting art since aged 20.
Paul Clinton: Collecting Stupidly - the complex matter of taste and sophistication
Paul Clinton is a writer based in London. He is associate editor of frieze and Frieze Masters Magazine. In 2015 he co-curated the exhibition 'duh? Art & Stupidity' at Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea, UK. The talk is organized in collaboration with iaspis, the Swedish Arts Grants Committee's International Programme for Visual and Applied Artists.
Ashik Zaman, art critic and editor in chief of C-Print Journal meets with artists who are represented at the fair and talk about their practice.
The talks are about 30 minutes each.
Fredrik Söderberg and Tova Mozard
Fredrik Söderberg (b. 1972) lives and works in Stockholm. In 2016 he had solo exhibitions at Galleri Riis in Stockholm and Oslo and has previously showed his work at Magasin III, Stockholm and The National Historical Museum, Stockholm. His work is included in these select public collections: Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden, Magasin III, Museum & Foundation for Contemporary Art, Stockholm, National Art Council, Sweden and The Nordic Watercolour Museum, Sweden.
Tova Mozard (b 1978) lives and works in Stockholm. Recent solo exhibitions include Cecilia Hillström Gallery, Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Hasselblad Center, Gothenburg, and Botkyrka Konsthall, Stockholm. In addition, Mozard has exhibited at Sven-Harrys konstmuseum and Artipelag, Stockholm, Scandinavian House, New York, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Norrköpings Konstmuseum, Malmö Konstmuseum, and Passagen Konsthall, Linköping. She is also featured in the group exhibition Golden Sunset at Moderna Museet, opening 24 March and curated by Magnus af Petersens.
Idun Baltzersen and Asmund Havsteen-Mikkelsen
Idun Baltzersen (b. 1987) lives and works in Trondheim and Stockholm. In 2017 she is showing her work in a solo exhibition at Konstakademien in Stockholm. Previously she has shown her work at Kunstgarasjen, Bergen; Grafiska Sällskapet, Stockholm; Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo and Babel Art Space, Trondheim.
Asmund Havsteen-Mikkelsen (b. 1977) is based in Copenhagen. Upcoming exhibitions include a dialogue show at FOLD Gallery, London 2017 and a solo exhibition at Viborg Kunsthal 2018. Recent solo exhibitions include, "Territorial Traps” 2016 at KANT Gallery, Copenhagen; "New Buildings” 2016 at Galerie MøllerWitt, Aarhus and “Approximations” 2013 at Charlottenburg Amtsgericht, Berlin.
Anna Reivilä and Henrik Strömberg
Anna Reivilä (b. 1988) lives and works in Helsinki. Upcoming exhibitions include solo exhibitions at Shoot Gallery, Oslo; Gallery Taik Persons, Berlin and Purdy Hicks Gallery, London. Previously her work has been shown in Jukka Male Museum, Helsinki; Cable Factory, Helsinki and Kotka Photographic Center, Kotka.
Henrik Strömberg (b. 1970) lives and works in Berlin. Recent solo exhibitions include Grundemark Nilsson Gallery, Stockholm; Salonistes, Venice; Der Würfel, Berlin and Neumeister Bar-Am, Berlin. He has also shown his work at Bethainen Haus, Berlin; Haus Am Lützowplatz, Berlin and Off Space, Zürich.
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