MUSIC IN ART

Vernissage: 5th of May 2011, Milliken (Stockholm)

Hans Berg at work

Thursday night was packed with prominent openings. This was also the night of widely recognized artists. Our first destination was definitely a must see, the famous combination of Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg. Nathalie Djurberg is frequently accompanied by alternative, electronic music from composer Hans Berg and in this exhibition the audience had the opportunity to see the composer live were his music merged with Djurberg’s unique, humouristic videos.

One of Djurbergs´s videos

Photographs by Konsthopp

The exhibition was the opening of Miliken Gallery music festival with several upcoming events. The festival´s aim is to look at the influence of music in contemporary art, focusing on the vital Swedish art-scene were music and art frequently blend. The exhibitions present work by Christine Ödlund, Gul Amiral, Matti Kallioinen, Peter Geschwind, Andreas Nilsson, Hans Appelqvist and Fredrik Söderberg.

The exhibition is sponsored by Absolut Vodka and the crowded bar was met by delightful bartenders mixing delicious cocktails as professionals. Visitors were in good spirit, enjoying the night and Konsthopp is already excited about the next happening. The upcoming events are on the 7th, 20th and 27th of May 2011, from 18.00 to 20.00.

More photographs from Thursday night can be seen on facebook

Date: 5th of May – 18th of June 2011

Artists: Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg

Curator: Theo Ringborg

Place: Milliken Gallery, Luntmakargatan 78, Stockholm

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