Manifestation Lövholmen

– (postponed) highlighting Lövholmen as a cultural hub in Stockholm.

Amanda Karsberg cementa webPhoto and installation: Amanda Karsberg.

Färgfabriken invites all cultural practitioners at Lövholmen to take part in a joint manifestation, highlighting the importance of the Lövholmen area as a cultural dynamo for Stockholm!

We want to showcase the variety in forms of cultural expressions hosted by this environment, by bringing them together in a group exhibition at Färgfabriken. About fifty cultural practitioners of all kinds, working within or in conjunction to the Lövholmen area, will participate during Manifestation Lövholmen, August 20-23, 2020. 

The aim of this initiative is to highlight Lövholmen as a cultural hub in Stockholm. We want to – in the light of today's exhaustive transformation of the site – emphasize the old industrial area's history of more than 25 years of being an essential production site for culture. A long-term goal is to influence the planning and exploitation of the neighborhood, so that cultural, historical and social values wont be disregarded. By making more people observant on the values at hand, and by coming together as a group, we may strengthen the possibilities to effectuate change. 

We are collectively arranging this manifestation to demonstrate the importance of Lövholmen as a cultural platform in Stockholm. 


 

Date & Location

August 20–23, 2020
Färgfabriken exhibition hall and project rooms

Contact

Emilia Rosenqvist

Related

Färgfabriken is located within the remains of an old industrial area, known as Lövholmen. This area is also being host to a large number of practitioners engaged in various creative activities. 

Färgfabriken has since its founding in 1995 been working actively with the place where we operate. Read more about our ongoing Lövholmen-project here


Participants, Manifestation Lövholmen:

Emilia Ilke, artist
Peeter Ots, artist
Hale Gungör Oppenheimer, artist
Annika Forstorp, artist
Sofie Grevelius, artist
Sara Ocklind, artist
Per Svensson, artist
Maja Gunn, artist
Noa Sköldin, artist
Jon Brunberg, artist
Maria Luostarinen, artist
Helena Bengtsson, artist
Amanda de Frumerie, artist
Finn Ahlgren, artist
Cecilia Enberg, artist
Vlady, artist
Ritva Hansson, artist
Ingela Nilsson, artist
Jan Rydén, artist
Eva Olofsson, artist
Astrid Anundi Kaneberg, artist
Robin, artist
Dan Lageryd, artist
Anna Edsälv, artist
Minna Palmqvist, designer
Bim Eriksson, artist
Dina Isæus-Berlin, artist
Åsa Cederqvist, artist
Victor Nyberg, artist
Karin Bjurström (Alice Fine), designer
Beata Boucht, illustrator
Johanna Tham, illustrator
Hanna Hernried Forslind, illustrator
Elisabet Ericsson, illustrator
Mia Fernau, illustrator
Maja Brand, photographer
Jessica Segerberg, photographer
Emilia Bergmark-Jiménez, photographer
Lisa Björk, photographer
Ari Luostarinen, photographer
Lucia Pagano & Vanja Sandell Billström, film makers
Anderö&Boman, film makers
Siri Lamminen Hagerfors, graphic designer
Anna Blomberg (Studio Annalog), graphic designer
Per Sacklén & Katarina Eriksson (Räserbyrån), performance artists
Louise Kvarby, performance artist
Johan Zetterquist & Johan Skugge, performance artists
Amanda Karsberg, architect
Nazanin Nourazar, architect
Cecilia Grönberg (OEI), representative for OEI magazine
Moa Möller, representative for studio collective
Jenny Fornell Hjelm (Octotext), writer & editor
Kalle Johansson, writer & cartoonist
Karoline Eriksson, journalist