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Gothenburg offers everything from children's performances and stand up to magnificent operas and international hits. Have a browse through the selection of performing arts and head out into the night.
Miva Fine Arts Galleries specialises in contemporary Pop Art and shows work from both new and established artists.
The café Kafferosten is found a stone's throw from Linnéplatsen and the park Slottsskogen. The walls are filled with arts from independent artists and the selection changes monthly. You can find everything from Persian food to lasagna, toast breakfast and soup buffet on the menu – plus plenty of homemade pastries.
Arts and crafts, artistic work or DIY. No matter what you call your handycraft hobby, we'll guide you to some of the Gothenburg shops you don't want to miss!
Just off the Avenue in central Gothenburg you find the Röhsska Museum. The museum shows everything from contemporary design to several thousand years old Chinese ceramics.
Rivercity Gallery’s ambition is to exhibit a wide range of contemporary art. While focusing on visual arts, the gallery also shows photography, glass art and sculpture.
Atalante is a contemporary art stage and meeting place where innovative and experimental ideas are encouraged.
The street art festival Artscape 2016 lands in Gothenburg in July and August. About 20 international and Swedish artists will create and present large-scale art works in all ten districts of the city – which makes Artscape 2016, Scandinavia's largest ever street art festival.
The fire artists Vindla and Amatera in Eldfågel lights up the darkness. With fire extinguishing, burning ropes and other fire arts, they all do to impress their audience.
Konstepidemin is Sweden’s biggest workplace for independent artists.
Whether you are passionate about traditional painting, avant-garde installations or just enjoy going to openings and toast in red wine, there are plenty of exciting galleries to discover in Gothenburg. Here are 15 favourites in different parts of the city.
Did you know that Gothenburg has a number of small indie cinemas waiting to be explored? We guide you to five favourites in town – perfect for a cosy movie night.
Gothenburg is experiencing a boom of talented artists and designers with an international audience. We met with one of them, ceramic artist Frida Mälarborn Hoshino, in her studio in the cosy-cool Majorna neighbourhood.
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Galleri Magnus Winström is a great place to go if you want to learn what's new on the contemporary art scene in Gothenburg.
Galleri Thomassen is a venue for contemporary art and exhibits works by artists from Sweden, Scandinavia and Berlin.
Göteborgs Konsthall is the centre for contemporary art in Göteborg, Sweden. This is were you go to see mindblowing exhibitions with new and upcoming artists from Sweden and the rest of the world. Admission is always free to Göteborgs Konsthall.
Hasselblad Center shows exhibitions both from international and Swedish photographers.
Since the start in 2000 the Nordic Watercolour Museum has exhibited world class art from Salvador Dali, Bill Viola, Louise Bourgeois and Swedish favorites like Elsa Beskow, Anders Zorn and Lars Lerin.
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