Issues specialises in contemporary art. Focusing on specific sites in Stockholm for presentations of international and local art since 2014, Issues now also operates like a regular commercial gallery in a semi-permanent location, showing new works by artists from a local context.
Issues presents Unseen by Thomas Hämén, an installation that muses on the connections, all coincidal, actual and forced, between the microwave, radar, Maleficent, the Aye-aye and The Silence.
Kulturhuset Stadsteatern • Sergels torg • 103 27 Stockholm
14–15 April, 2018
Slavs and Tatars: PICKLE POLITICS
Issues is proud to present, together with Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, the complete series of lecture-performances by Berlin-based artist collective Slavs and Tatars.
More info at the Kulturhuset Stadsteatern website.
Humlegårdsgatan 14 • 114 46 Stockholm
10–26 April, 2018
Gina Beavers, Alfred Boman, Henning Hamilton, Thomas Hämén, Olga Pedan & Jim Thorell
Issues presents painting and sculpture by young, contemporary and familiar artists in a new and unfamiliar room. Like the new underground commuter train station below Odenplan, there is a new white cube on the Stockholm art scene but behind the Hillenberg restaurant on Humlegårdsgatan. What’s to be observed in both cases is that the mental and physical room and map is expanded in front of the Stockholm audience. Where bottlenecks are created in the public transport flow, pressure has to be released through new lines and stations in other places.
Issues is proud to present new works by Olga Pedan. What could be described as her ‘member berries’, the paintings and sculptures on show are drawn from images and objects reminiscent of Pedan’s childhood in the 90’s.
9 November 2017, 17:00–20:00
Zoe Barcza, Alfred Boman, Karl Norin, Olga Pedan, Emanuel Röhss & Jim Thorell
In this exhibition, a group of local artists whose art in one way or another influence the others’, get their work shown separately. This is done in a rotating fashion.
17:00–17:15: Alfred Boman
17:15–17:30: Olga Pedan
17:30–17:45: Jim Thorell
17:45–18:00: Karl Norin
18:00–18:15: Zoe Barcza
18:15–18:30: Emanuel Röhss
18:30–18:45: Alfred Boman
18:45–19:00: Olga Pedan
19:00–19:15: Jim Thorell
19:15–19:30: Karl Norin
19:30–19:45: Zoe Barcza
19:45–20:00: Emanuel Röhss
12:00–13:00: Alfred Boman
13:00–14:00: Olga Pedan
14:00–15:00: Jim Thorell
15:00–16:00: Karl Norin
16:00–17:00: Zoe Barcza
17:00–18:00: Emanuel Röhss
28–29 March: Alfred Boman
30–31 March: Olga Pedan
1–2 April: Jim Thorell
4–5 April: Karl Norin
6–7 April: Zoe Barcza
8–9 April: Emanuel Röhss
By appointment and choice.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +46(0)76-030 99 44
Thanks to Stockholm Art Week.
Grand Hôtel • Södra Blasieholmshamnen 8 • 103 27 Stockholm
19 August, 2015
New works by Marie Karlberg at Grand Hôtel. The evening exhibition saw new collage works on mirrors and cast plaster eggs on wodden boards.
PDF in Swedish
Media Markt • Hamngatan 37 • 111 53 Stockholm
17 April, 2015
Ryan Trecartin’s movie CENTER JENNY was shown on all television screens at Media Markt’s flagship store in Gallerian. Free and open to the public 10:00–20:00, 17 April, 2015.
PDF in Swedish