Three exhibitions to visit in Stockholm during January

January 12, 2017 • 2 min read

2017 is here and the museums of Stockholm has not planned to start it dull. Here aree three examples on exhibitions we plan to visit in Stockholm during January 2017. So should you!

Lars Wallin at Artipelag. Lars Wallin is one of Sweden’s most famous fashion designers. In his career he’s designed dresses for Eurovision Song Contest, Miss World and Crown Princess Victoria. Between January 3rd to March 12th you can see his exhibition of dresses and theatre customes at Artipelag, some of them has never been seen before. Directions to Artipelag as well as entrance prices can be found on their website.

Tove Jansson at Millesgården. She is the birth mother of the Moomin characters and stories; Tove Jansson was Finlands most translated author and versatile artist. Now, Ateneum Art Museum has a touring exhibition that presents Tove’s career, starting with Millesgården. Learn all about her works as an illustrator, a painter, author and much more. The exhibitions stays at Millesgården until January 22nd. Read more about the exhibition and Millesgården on Millesgården’s website.

We have a dream at Fotografiska. Get hopeful for the new year on Fotografiska, where the exhibition We have a dream is presented until February 19th. The Museum of Contemporary Photography presents a selection of 114 portraits, which all can inspire you to realise your dreams. Read stories and see the portraits of people like Dalai lama and Zara Larsson. See who else is included in the exhibition and find opening hours on Fotografiska’s website.