Afrang Nordlöf Malekian går första året på kandidatprogrammet i fri konst på Kungl. Konsthögskolan. Han utforskar vilka historier som tillåts …
With a curious mind and a camera as her tool, Ninja Hanna tells us stories out of the ordinary. Radar’s …
Cherry Cobra Films is a directing duo made up by Johanna Nyberg and Nathalie Hallman, both recent graduates from Beckmans …
“To perform tangle aesthetics. Stroking skin and flesh over printed matter. Perceptible through interaction. Used for feeling. Of or relating …
Elin Klefbom is a graphic designer and art director from the beautiful woods of Värmland, who wishes that she in …
The first time I met Jesper and Paula was during this summer’s perhaps most gritty festival, Into the Valley. They …
Bim Eriksson; Comic artist, creator and feminist. Through her illustrations she expresses the things most people don’t even dare to talk about. …
This year the Swedish Cancer Foundation, Cancerfonden, is celebrating ten years of designer collaborations. To celebrate this, Cancerfonden has formed a challenge to create art inspired by one of the 10 former Pink Ribbon collabs.
A new issue of Kobolt Magazine is about to be released! We talked to our friends, the founders Klara and …
Meta Isæus-Berlins exhibition The Reminder of the Underwood will be opening this Thursday at Galleri Andersson/Sandström in Stockholm. Radar met …
Victor Payers paintings are colorful, picturing a surrealistic world built up by parts form a story that has been broken into different pieces.
Last weekend the quite different exhibition ‘The Drop’ was on display at Galleri Bon in Stockholm. We talked with the artist Thomas Hämén about the project behind the exhibition, the stage as phenomenon and Thomas own artistry.
Kobolt Magazine is a printed publication, designed as a fold down poster, featuring young creators and artists. We met up with the founders, Sara Börje and Klara Andersson Åsman.
We interviewed artist Simon Stålenhag – known for his sci–fi paintings of retro futuristic landscapes. Today INDIO are arranging his first exhibition ever at Kocksgatan 52, in Stockholm.
Fanny Köhler Alvén fits the description of a multitalented photographer. Her latest series Stolen Moments consists of mostly snap shots taken in Brooklyn, New York during a ten-day stay. And her studio exhibition in Lund of is where I came in contact with this young and talented photographer.