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Guided tour & After Work with David Shrigley

Thursday 14 March, kl 17.00

Shrigley’s back!

British artist David Shrigley returns to Stockholm and Spritmuseum one final time before the Exhibition of giant inflatable swan-things closes. On March 14 and 15 Shrigley will be in the building giving personal tours, enjoying an after work at the museum bar and drawing tattoos on eager visitors.

On Thursday March 14th at 5 pm David Shrigley will take guests on a personal guided tour of the exhibition for approx 30 min. Afterwards, everyone who wishes can join him at the bar for an after work. David will also be available to draw a custom Shrigley image that Sasa from Art Arrow Tattoo is prepared to make permanent with a tattoo.

On Friday March 15th David Shrigley will give a tour of the exhibition at 4.30 pm.

The Shrigley package: 250 SEK
– The package includes entrance to the museum’s current exhibitions, a guided tour by David Shrigley and a signed Shrigley poster. The cost for a tattoo is not included and is paid to the tattoo artist directly.

The museum bar offers a variety of drinks, snacks, and lighter dishes. The bar is open until 9 pm.
See current menus here.

The exhibition stands until March 28.

BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE. 

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