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  1. Partnership

    Munthe’s SS23 collection is wearable art, and these are the pieces we’re coveting now

    The primary colours and geometric shapes of Suprematism were explored in Munthe’s covetable new collection of wearable art

    Partnership

    By Josefin Forsberg
  2. How glass artist Paula Pääkkönen's cool ice cream sculptures are sweeping the art world

    Finnish artist Paula Pääkkönen’s whimsical glass ice creams look good enough to eat. Already flying off shelves at home and abroad, the artist’s work brings a nostalgic summer joy to all who lay eyes on it

    By Linnéa Pesonen
  3. The 5 must-see events at Copenhagen's Art in a Day

    With a plethora of artistic performances coming to life across Copenhagen for Art in a Day, Vogue Scandinavia narrows down the very best of the buzzy programme

    By Josefin Forsberg
  4. “You must put your heart into it”: Meet artist and design duo Josephine Andredottir and Emilie Bobek

    How this pair of artists are refashioning everyday items (think recycled foam mattresses) into gallery-worthy pieces

    By Saskia Neuman
  5. Lovisa Berntson and India Bhattacharjee

    Meet Lovisa Berntson and India Bhattacharjee, the gallerists inspiring Stockholm

    The influential pair on bringing emerging artists to audiences in Sweden, the UK and beyond

    By Flora Vesterberg
  6. “Are we ever really able to free ourselves from our mother?” Meet the artist: Dimen Abdulla

    In our series focussing on emerging talents and artists across the Nordic region, curator and writer Saskia Neuman meets Dimen Abdulla, a playwright and dramaturge

    By Saskia Neuman
  7. What not to miss during Stockholm Art Week

    Art and culture contributor Saskia Neuman selects her top picks from the Swedish capital's art scene

    By Saskia Neuman
  8. "If they can invite the viewer into a sense of contemplation or pause, I’m happy." Meet the Artist: Elin Odentia

    In the first of our series focussing on emerging talents and artists across the Nordic region, curator and writer Saskia Neuman meets Elin Odentia

    By Saskia Neuman
  9. Shooting star: Why the work of 1920s fashion photographer George Hoyningen-Huene still resonates today

    As Head of Photography at Vogue Paris in the early 20th century, George Hoyningen-Huene's images helped to define the magazine — and an era.

    By Flora Vesterberg
  10. Julius Iversen: Denmark's go-to floral designer on growing Copenhagen's art scene

    After years as Copenhagen's foremost florist, Julius Iversen is now nurturing the city's blooming art scene

    By Sophia Roe
  11. We take 'The Naked Dive' with artist Anna Camner

    Exploring the natural world, Anna Camner's work evokes feelings of being swathed by deep waters and rustling leaves

    By Saskia Neuman
  12. Máret Ánne Sara, Anders Sunna and Pauliina Feodoroff in Venice

    These are the Sámi artists at the Venice Biennale 2022

    Art, climate crisis, and activism: Vogue Scandinavia meets the thee Sámi artists representing the Nordic countries at one of the world's most prestigious exhibitions

    By Hili Perlson
  13. Discussing life and death with artist Korakrit Arunanondchai

    The Bangkok-born, Brooklyn-based artist gives us an inside look at his new exhibition at Moderna Museet.

    By Allyson Shiffman
  14. Artist Daniel Jouseff explores his identity through neon and hip hop

    Swedish artist Daniel Jouseff breaks down his own identity with his solo show “KOMMUNIKATION"

    By Allyson Shiffman
  15. What is Janteloven and what can it teach us about fostering a creative community?

    The philosophy encourages a cohesive society and emphasises the greater good over individual gain

    By Sagal Mohammed
  16. Pia Camil, Bluejeaneando (2022)

    The ultimate guide to 2023’s must-see art exhibitions in Scandinavia

    Mark your calendar with Vogue Scandinavia’s hand-picked selection of art exhibitions to see across the Nordics this year

    By Sophie Axon
  17. At the Gärdet metro station, an exhibition by artist Jeanette Hayes makes waiting a joy

    New York-based artist Jeanette Hayes takes over Stockholm with a trio of exhibitions. We sit down with the artist to discuss how she turned waiting into an artform

    By Allyson Shiffman