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Weekly Tips - Art Exhibition at Norrmalmstorg in Stockholm

The art exhibition Work In Progress/Office in the Library opens, which examines the regularity of our time in office environments and the relationship between the artificial and the organic

On March 18, the art exhibition Work In Progress/Office in the Library opens, which examines the regularity of our time in office environments and the relationship between the artificial and the organic. In an infection-proof way, the exhibition will be seen from the street at Norrmalmstorg 1 and for a month the acclaimed artists Fatima Moallim, Leif Elggren and Timothy Wilson will exhibit three works that mix performance art, drawing and light art.

During the day, Fatima Moallim and Leif Elggren will create their artwork on site with drawing and movements. In the evening, Timothy Wilson takes over and lights up the Stockholm darkness with her light-based works with the theme of artificial intelligence - so you can enjoy the exciting art around the clock.

Work In Progress / Office is produced by the Swedish gallery owner Niklas Belenius and is part of the new art platform Restart, which the creative agency ACNE is behind.

- With this initiative, we are testing a new way to cure and show art in Stockholm. It does not matter much if art is displayed in a gallery or in a shop, the most important thing is to have the opportunity to see it and be inspired, says Niklas Belenius

RESTART takes place on Norrmalmstorg 1 in Bibliotekstan, between 18 March - 18 April and can be viewed in its entirety, through the store's shop window. The exhibition in Stockholm is a pilot project and new exhibitions are planned in the cities where ACNE has offices in Europe; London, Berlin, Hamburg, Dublin, Milan, Rome and Lisbon.

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Weekly Tips - Art Exhibition at Norrmalmstorg in Stockholm

The art exhibition Work In Progress/Office in the Library opens, which examines the regularity of our time in office environments and the relationship between the artificial and the organic