This winter’s art exhibition at Spritmuseum takes us back to New York in the 1980s and 90s, to an era that began with a new openness, until the AIDS epidemic began to claim young lives by the thousands, with a backlash of rare force as a consequence. But we also encounter the strength of the LGBTQI+ movement’s counter-reaction. Guest-curated by Elisabeth Ohlson.
One of Great Britain’s most renowned artists, David Shrigley, presents a new show at Spritmuseum in Sweden. His Exhibition of Giant Inflatable Swan-things is an installation created exclusively for the museum gallery.
From chalky soils to glamour. Never have so many drunk so much Champagne as today. The trend is global, but Sweden, unusually enough, is one of the countries where Champagne consumption has increased the most. For the past few years, tiny Sweden has been the tenth largest Champagne market in the world.
In a world free of prejudice, there are no labels. A utopia, perhaps. But also a marketing strategy. Through cooperation with artists, fashion designers and musicians, Absolut Vodka has used diversity as a way of selling vodka.
Rocky has moved in to the Museum of Spirits, furniture and all. He brought his kitchen, his studio, his country cottage and his friend Igge’s living room – settings familiar to anybody who has followed Rocky over the years.
Sweden: Spirits of a Nation is Spritmuseum’s main exhibition, focusing on the Swedes’ bittersweet relationship to alcohol. The exhibition is designed to walk through the year’s seasons, giving shape through sceneries, scents, tastes, and music.
We are pleased to now offer guided tours of our art gallery with a cocktail for private parties of one, two, or max six persons. You decide the time!
E-mail us to find a time that suits you:
*Specify when booking if you wish the tour to be in English.
Price: 250 SEK. incl. a cocktail.
Time: Approx. 30 min.