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.
When does art stop being art – and become nothing more than advertising? How far can and should companies go to borrow a kind of authenticity they can never create themselves? Message in a Bottle is an attempt to recapitulate how the Swedish brand Absolut Vodka made use of themed advertisements and one-off artist commissions.
Powerful Babies: Keith Haring’s Impact on Artists Today brings together a diverse group of contemporary artists from across the United States and Northern Europe to celebrate the legacy of Keith Haring on the 25th anniversary of the artist’s death.
The title of the exhibition is taken from Lady Gagas latest album from 2013, the cover of which is the result of a collaboration between the infinitely popular and controversial American singer and the artist Jeff Koons.