Tom Hunter will showing ‘Unheralded Stories’ in Avesta, Sweden
ARTISTS FROM SWEDEN, ENGLAND, FINLAND, ITALY, AZERBAIJAN AND CZECH REPUBLIC.
Rashad Alakbarov, Cecilia Cronelid, Tom Hunter, Alessandro Lupi, Jarmo Mäkilä, Jens Peterson-Berger, Veronika Psotková, Aleksandra Stratimirovic, Hanna Vihriälä, Sissi Westerberg, Olov Ylinenpää
Contemporary art and history creates a journey in time where past, present and future are linked.
Art can illuminate the essence of our time, it may be forward-looking and provide a glimpse of a potential future. It may also allude to the story and refer to our culture and identity. It touches existential themes as the human need to create meaning and context, our effort forward, our toil and struggle in life and the dreams and fantasies everyday carry with them. How we usually consumes, on discoveries and inventions, razing and reconstruction, dreams and visions, which carries us forward, if the inner and outer stages and processes.
The art and history can jointly and severally be the basis for an endless variety of stories and new works.
Tel. 0226-64 51 62, email@example.com, www.verket.se
OPENING – Saturday 24th of May 12.00
in Avesta Art/Verket (The old Iron works). Art, speech & music
May 24th – September 7th, open 11-18 (closed Midsummers eve)
Jarmo Mäkilä. Photo: Erkki Valli-Jakkola
Verket, 0226-64 51 62, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.verket.se Avesta Turistbyrå, tel. 0226-64 50 40, email@example.com
Avesta Kommun, www.avesta.se
Photo: Tom Hunter, ‘Death of Coltelli’.