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Street Gallery – A street art exhibition

Solna Business Park is a district that is evolving. Things are happening here, on a large and small scale. Street Gallery c/o Fabege is part of this process of change. A street art exhibition featuring innovative pieces that add sparkle to everyday life. One of a number of surprising and unexpected aspects of everyday life that encourage vitality in the spaces between buildings, wellbeing and a sense of security. 

Experience the exhibition safely outdoors on Smidesvägen and Svetsarvägen. 

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Previous exhibitions

"Vampyr" (vampire) by Ida Idaida

Idaida works from a repetitive perspective of trauma and fear, which is often expressed through spatial installations. In these spatial works, image, craft, and mechanics function as tangible tools for a kind of transmission and establishment of suffering outside one's own body.

The exhibition took place between May 20 and August 31, 2021.

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"New Borders" by Daniel Jouseff

The works in New borders deal with topics such as identity, origin, togetherness, history, and future. How is the perception of who you are affected if you are everything and nothing?

The exhibition took place between 3 December 2020 and 30 April 2021.

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"Stroissmüller"

In the autumn of 2020, the exhibition "Stroissmüller" was curated by Ilja Karilampi / @ trekronorculture.

The artists who exhibited their works were Renaud Jerez, Lap-See-Lam, Tore Wallert, Sophie Gogl, Hélène Fauquet, Matilda Tjäder, Gustav Wideberg, Ivo Kiuskalaas, Léo Bachiri Wadimoff, Elis Eriksson och Ira Shalit.

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"Babyfather"

The first Street Gallery exhibition went by the name "Babyfather" and was curated by Ilja Karilampi / @trekronorculture.

The exhibition included contemporary works by Ben Schumacher, Gunéll Kulieva, Ilja Karilampi, Martin Kozlowski, Hanna Zelleke Collin, Axel Wannberg, Pierre-Alexandre Mateos & Charles Teyssou and Hans Andersson.

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