All tagged "White"

  • Migration: Traces in an art collection

    How have artists over the past hundred and fifty years been relate to the concept of exile? Important answers can be given by searching the tracks in a museum collection, in this case Malmö Art Museum, which...

    • Posted March 14, 2019
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  • First performance for postcolonial Sherlock Holmes

    Dramatist Joakim Sten and director Carolina Frände are behind several theater successes. Now they are current with the show Sherlock Holmes The white heart inspired by the original but about the cruelty of colonialism. First performance in...

    • Posted February 18, 2019
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  • White Monday 19/11

    Emmaus Stockholm takes a stand against consumerism through the White Monday campaign, Monday, 19 November. The same week, it is once again time for Black Friday – a day that goes against the voices raised about rampant...

    • Posted November 17, 2018
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  • Backpacks from Tula

    Third generation backpacks from Tula for children – The backpack is made of a qualitative water repellent material that makes it easy to keep it clean. Tula child’s backpack holds everything from school stuff, snacks and things...

    • Posted September 27, 2018
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  • Villfarelser

    With simple means, Mathias Leclér, born 1972, captures our delusions and the black humor that may only occur in the dark country of Sweden. Panic irony, rebellion and death are mixed with a guffaw. It is humor...

    • Posted May 2, 2018
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  • Sigrid Ingela Blom, Portable Items, May 12 – 31

    WHITE WEDDING Portable Objects 12-31 May 2018 In the separate show “WHITE WEDDING”, Sigrid Ingela Blom shows a number of portable items with space for loving secrets. Here you can collect memories and personal things; a handwritten...

    • Posted March 29, 2018
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  • Conversation about “the white gaze”

    On November 18, it is premier for Performance Lecture: Muslim Ban directed by America Vera-Zavala. After the premiere a conversation with the title The white gaze is held. The French theorist Frantz Fanon describes in Black Skin,...

    • Posted November 15, 2017
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