In springtime every year, a jury selects the best Swedish picture book amongst last year's releases. This year, the prize goes to Eva Lindström's Kom hem Laila [Come home Laila], a warm and playful story about adventure and longing. The award winning picture book is showcased in an exhibition at Bildmuseet.
Innovative, provocative and brilliantly versatile, Carl Johan De Geer has worked as a visual artist, designer, filmmaker, photographer, scenographer and author. But Initially he wanted to be a textile designer. The exhibition is entirely devoted to De Geer's textile work and compiles a rich selection of fabrics, pattern sketches and documentary photographs.
The exhibition of the Master’s programme in Fine Arts is the final show of two year's intensive discussions, research, and work. It provides an insight into the on-going discourse within this field, the questioning of new materials and evaluating traditional ones. It asks questions, triggered by changes in the way we see and touch the world, and by its tangible and virtual realities.
The exhibition presents film, painting, sculptural installations and sound art that in various ways reformulate the relationship between man, nature and non-human beings.