Effective immediately, Artipelag will also open on Tuesday. Consquently, Artipelag’s only day of closure is now Monday. The shuttle buses from Vasagatan (which previously only ran on Saturdays and Sundays) will now depart every day from Tuesday to Sunday.
“It’s always a pleasure to be able to extend an exhibition as popular as Margiela, the Hermès years to give more people the opportunity to experience the creations Martin Margiela designed for Hermès,” says Artipelag’s Art Director Bo Nilsson.
The exhibition is a retrospective of the groundbreaking collaboration between avant-garde designer Martin Margiela and Parisian house Hermès from 1997 to 2003. A collaboration that ultimately proved to be as successful as it was astonishing when first announced.
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Artipelag is a world-class meeting place where art shows, cultural activities, architecture, music, events, Swedish design, and good food are presented alongside the beautiful Stockholm Archipelago. Artipelag is located at Hålludden, on Värmdö – about 20 minutes by car from Stockholm city centre. The building is 10,220m2 and is carefully placed among pine trees and cliffs with magnificent views over Baggensfjärden. Artipelag was designed by the late architect Johan Nyrén.