23–26 April 2020
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23–26 April 2020
Applications to Supermarket 2020 are now open!
Deadline to apply: 1 October 2019.

ID:I Galleri

Stockholm, Sweden

ID:I galleri has thrived as an artist-run initiative since 2002 with 110 exhibitions taking place on its premises. The gallery recently celebrated its 10 year anniversary with the group exhibition “UnTied Notions”, bringing together 37 current and past members and displaying a diverse range of artworks.
The aspect of individual diversity amongst the gallery’s members creates a point of inspiration for “Composition in Black, White and Ceramic”, a group exhibition featuring the works of ID:I members Åsa Franck, Ann Frössén, Ingrid Jonsson, Linda Karlsson and Örjan Wallert.
The contrasts created between black and white versus colour, two dimensional versus three
dimensional, as well as the differences between media, are important elements used to explore how five unique artistic practices can be displayed together to form one unified composition.
During 2013, ID:I will continue to initiate dynamic and collaborative opportunities amongst its members in addition to building partnerships with other institutions in order to expand its position within the diverse arts community of Sweden.

ID:I galleri has thrived as an artist-run initiative since 2002 with 110 exhibitions taking place on its premises. The gallery recently celebrated its 10 year anniversary with the group exhibition “UnTied Notions”, bringing together 37 current and past members and displaying a diverse range of artworks.
The aspect of individual diversity amongst the gallery’s members creates a point of inspiration for “Composition in Black, White and Ceramic”, a group exhibition featuring the works of ID:I members Åsa Franck, Ann Frössén, Ingrid Jonsson, Linda Karlsson and Örjan Wallert.
The contrasts created between black and white versus colour, two dimensional versus three
dimensional, as well as the differences between media, are important elements used to explore how five unique artistic practices can be displayed together to form one unified composition.
During 2013, ID:I will continue to initiate dynamic and collaborative opportunities amongst its members in addition to building partnerships with other institutions in order to expand its position within the diverse arts community of Sweden.

"Shaggy Sweater." Mixed media, 2010. Linda Karlsson.
“Som Synes.” Mixed media, 2012. Ingrid Jonsson.
Untitled. Acrylic on MDF board, 2010. Örjan Wallert.
“Time Will Tell”, Acrylic and ink on canvas, 2008. Ann Frössén.
Untitled. Digital print, 1999. Åsa Franck.