With: Sethembile Msezane (Cape Town), Riason Naidoo (Cape Town) and Richard Pithouse (Johannesburg). Any Given Sunday was inspired by the 2015 student led university protests across South Africa and their sense of urgency of the now...
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Gravitational Ripple by danish artist Lea Porsager wins the competition on the memorial of the tsunami in 2014.
Public Art Agency Sweden’s director Magdalena Malm is one of 35 international directors, curators and artists behind this call for support of Jonas Dahlberg’s memorial Memory Wound at Utøya. The call for support was first published in the Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten, in norwegian. The installation of Jonas Dahlberg’s work of art, Memory...
The National Property Board Sweden has been commissioned by the government to design a memorial for the victims of the earthquake and tsunami in south-east Asia, in close partnership with the Public Art Agency Sweden and in consultation with Kungliga Djurgårdens Förvaltning. The Public Art Agency Sweden will manage the part relating to...
The sculpture will include recorded phone calls which is why we are now looking for those of you who can consider making a recorded phone call to someone – a close friend or
The government has commissioned the Public Art Agency Sweden to present examples of improvements to public spaces within the million programme.
(Svenska) ArtResLab Hagastaden är ett projekt som sammanför konstnärer med forskare inom Life Science. Tanken är att ge konstnärerna fördjupad kunskap om den forskning som kommer att prägla det nya området, och att ge forskarna ökad kännedom om konstnärliga arbetsprocesser.
(Svenska) Out of Time. Out of Place: Public Art (Now) of Place släpps i London måndagen 9 mars. Mer information om releasen i Stockholm kommer inom kort.
Curator Lotta Mossum interviewed about her work in public spaces during a public discussion about the forms and criteria of art held at Hanasaari in Finland.