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AIM (Artists’ Initiatives’ Meetings) is an international artist-run network of artist-run initiatives. AIM was established in 2010 in order to create a common platform to share experiences and knowledge and to increase visibility of the artist-run art scene. AIM’s programme consists of meetings, conferences and exhibitions, and stimulates mobility and new collaborations for artists and professionals in the art field. We have identified the need for a common platform and begun building a world-wide network of artists’ initiatives. There is a great need to increase visibility and accessibility for the organisations themselves, for artists and professionals in the art field, and for a broader public. Previous conferences: Berlin in October 2010, Stockholm in February 2011, Copenhagen in September 2011, Binissalem in February 2012, Stockholm in February 2013, Helsinki in September 2013, Stockholm in February 2014, Athens in May 2014, Riga/Grobina in September 2014, Stockholm in April 2015, Wrocław in May 2016, Berlin in September 2017, Stockholm in April 2018, Plovdiv in May 2018. AIM Network received the long- and short-term network funding from the Nordic Culture Point in 2011–2016 and in 2018-20. A publication summarising the activities of the network was released in May 2017. Second publication is planned. […]
Gotlandsgatan 74116 38 Stockholm, Sweden
SUPERMARKET is an international artist-run art fair that provides a showcase of artists’ initiatives from all over the world with the aim to display their unique projects and ideas, create opportunities for new networks on the Swedish and international art scene, and share the passion and vitality that are present in this sphere of the art world. SUPERMARKET has been arranged since 2007 by a small group of organisers most of whom are artists themselves. Supermarket is a development of Minimarket, which was held at Konstnärshuset in February 2006 in reaction to the new commercial art fair Market. Initiated and organised by artists, this project has rapidly evolved from a modest group of local initiatives to a full-fledged international art exhibition that has made its mark and helped firmly establish Stockholm on the art world map. In 2015–17, SUPERMARKET was held in Svarta Huset at Telefonplan. For 2018, we are taking over a new venue ‘Slaughterhouse 5’ in Slakthusområdet near Ericsson Globe.
Fållan 10, Johanneshov, Stockholm
Flat Octopus is an international artist- and curator-run collective in Stockholm, Sweden. Flat Octopus organizes exhibitions and workshops in apartments in Stockholm and Uppsala, as well as external projects, events and collaborations locally and internationally. The Name The title, Flat Octopus, points to the main concept of apartment (flat) exhibitions and the flat hierarchy structure of the collective. The octopus is a playful twist, as ‘octopus’ commonly refers to large scale business corporations, an opposite to the nature of the collective. The Concept Flat Octopus works with apartment exhibitions. For each exhibition the members of Flat Octopus invite an artist or curator to take over one of their members’ or guest apartments where he/she stays for a period and produces an exhibition. Aside from this the collective organizes workshops and external projects and collaborations locally and internationally.
c.off is a non-profit independent site for development and exchange of interdisciplinary choreographies, located in Stockholm. c.off provides residencies and the practical conditions for organizations and individuals to reprocess, articulate and alter their artistic practices within a discursive environment. c.off initiates and manages comprehensive artistic research projects and activities which critically address social and political discourses.
Körsbärsvägen 9 nb
Galleri Verkligheten, Pilgatan 16, 903 31 Umeå
Candyland is a non-profit exhibition space run by ten people of whom most are artists. Candyland’s dynamic programme is the result of each of the founding members being free to invite any artist without the consent of the group. United by their common interest in promoting a wide variety of contemporary art they have produced more than 150 exhibitions since 2004. Candyland is located in Södermalm, the south east part of Stockholm, where most of the artists’ initiatives in Stockholm are located.
Gotlandsgatan 76, 11638 Stockholm, Sweden
Bjurhokmsg 9b Stockholm
Tjarhovsgatan 19, 116 28 Stockholm
Tjärhovsgatan 44 B, 1 tr, 116 28 Stockholm, Sweden
Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2 118 25 STOCKHOLM
Roslagsgatan 21, Stockholm
Hornsgatan 6, 118 20 Stockholm
Skomakargatan 3, 111 , 29 Stockholm
Smalandsgatan 7 111 46 Stockholm
Cigarrvagen 16 123 57 Farsta
Halsingegatan 33, Vasastan Stockholm
kungsbrostrand 19, 1126 Stockholm