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This year's art event: The September exhibition at Österlen
27 Sep, 2020 at 12:00 - 17:00
An event every day that starts at 12:00, repeating until 27 Sep, 2020
Four of Österlen's leading galleries open the doors to 40 of their favorite artists' studios in Österlen. The first edition of the September exhibition lasts for a full nine days between 19–27 September 2020.
As far as I know, this is the first time in Sweden, and abroad, that an exhibition is carried out in this way, says Thomas Wallner, one of the initiators of September exhibition.
Gallery Thomas Wallner
Founded in Malmö in 1974 and quickly gained a reputation for being one of the most interesting galleries with a focus on young Scandinavian artists. Since 2010, the gallery is located in Simris on Österlen with 350 square meters of fantastic exhibition space. Gallery Thomas Wallner is one of the country's most significant galleries for contemporary art.
Olseröd Art Gallery
A meeting place for contemporary art in Österlen. In 2016, Olseröd Konsthall opened with the exhibition Gösta Wallmark-Måleri, Viveka Wallmark-Keramik. It was the start of a new place where contemporary art and design are displayed. Axel and Anette Mörner run the business in the beautiful enclosed yard at Olserödsvägen 52.
run by Bea Tigerhielm and Staffan Jjulén, and offers a mix of the spearhead of artists in the region and the international art arena. On Rikstolvan art and conversation cross the fields between genres and disciplines to open and fill the gap between technology / art / science.
With exhibitors such as Enrique Batista, Owe Gustafson, Staffan Nihlién and Lotti Ringström, Christina Hörnström and Peter Schreck have over the years established themselves as one of the real top galleries in Österlen. In addition to their own impressive art collection, they have three exhibitions each year, Easter, summer and Christmas. And now also in September…
Visit the September exhibition for more information, links and directions to four galleries and 40 artists.