Roger Andersson, Millesgården, Stockholm, Sweden

The exhibition enhances the experience of Millesgården in its summer apparel. Bouquets, plants and flower arrangements in painting, photography and video art demonstrates how flowers can convey everything from desire and pleasure to death and impermanence, from the 17th century until today. The exhibition texts are written by a garden journalist who adds a gardeners perspective to the exhibition.

Participating artists:
Olga Milles, Andy Warhol, Eugène Jansson, Sara Ekström, Heikki Marila, Maria Sibylla Merian, Denise Grünstein & Roger Andersson among others.

Bruno Knutman, Mallorca Landings, Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Participating artists:

Richard Aldrich, Adrian Buschmann, Borden Capalino, Heather Cook, Paul Czerlitzki, Daiga Grantina, Ruben Grilo, Adam Henry, Benjamin Horns, Nathan Hylden, Bruno Knutman, Rannva Kunoy, Jason Matthew Lee, Roman Liška, Carter Mull, Nathlie Provosty, Carlos Reyes, Trevor Shimizu, Alexis Teplin, Fredrik Vaerslev.

Tomas Forteza 55, 07006
Palma de Mallorca, Spain
+34 663 031 221

More information:

Jockum Nordström, Albertina, Vienna, Austria

The Drawing Now exhibition provides an up-to-date survey of drawing, painting and illustration in contemporary art. It showcases the viewpoints of around 35 international artists who collectively represent contemporary drawing and who, individually, are taking it in a direction of their own. Drawing Now sheds light on the diversity of issues that artists articulate with the aid of drawing, and shows drawing in its exciting dimensions and manifestations.

Thomas Broomé, Hermès Maison, Shanghai, China

ModernMantra (la Maison)
A textinstallation by Thomas Broomé

Thomas Broomé, born 1971. Is a well renowned Swedish artist with an international base.
Thomas has worked in a wide range of materials and expressions, all signified by an elaborate sense of detail. His work is found in-between our usual dichotomies; it is both simple and complex, elegant and crude, naive and mature, traditional and futuristic… it exists on the borders of our common understanding of the world, our agreement of what is real.


Upcoming Exhibition




+46 8 660 43 53


Fredsgatan 12 • S-111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

gallery hours

Tuesday–Friday 12–5 pm
Saturday–Sunday 12–4 pm
or by appointment

The gallery is closed for Easter Holidays Thursday-Monday April 2-6th.