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I was lucky enough to walk past Liljevalchs with a friend and having enough time to go in and have a look at the current exhibition, focused on Utopian Fashion. The 11 thematic rooms are beautifully done, offering interesting, outrageous and fun displays on the various impacts fashion have on our lives. Highly recommended in Stockholm right now!
Don´t miss this if you are in Stockholm during the winter 2015/16! Utopian Bodies – Fashion Looks Forward is an excellent exhibition (ends at Feb 7 2016) with amazing clothes, inventions and fantasy.
Opened in 1916. By architect Carl Bergsten. A hall with many rooms. Exciting place to be. Mostly very good exhibitions. Friendly and serious. If art is your thing, don't miss Liljevalchs.
One of Stockholms oldest and most renowned art exhibits, with big skylights its almost like a large artists studio. The exhibits are focused on one artist at a time, and it is fascinating that you get so close to the pieces, no glasscases or even ropes. Entrance is so cheap it is almost for free.
Variety of modern works, mostly by Swedes. Film, interactive and traditional forms. Quite interesting but no WiFi (which is needed for digital translation) and no translations of anything. The staff are also not very helpful. Not my favorite place in Stockholm but very inexpensive - just 10 SKR when I went, and free for students and children.
The main painting was large, depicting connections of figures from royalty, politics and business across history and the globe! and I believe this carries weight. The Stockholm card was my reason to visit
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