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

Tegen2

Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden

Bjurholmsgatan 1b
11638 Stockholm
Sweden
www.tegen2.se

info@tegen2.se

TEGEN2 – a space for exhibitions, performances, readings, actions and talks.
Since starting in 2006 Tegen2 has showed a broad spectrum of exhibitions by among others: Meira
Asher, Itay Ziv (Israel), Damir Niksic (Bosnia), Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-Rahme (Palestine), Patricia Bentancur (Uruguay), Tina Enghoff, Kent Klich (Denmark). Kerstin Hansson (Sweden) and SIMKA (Sweden). Tegen2 has also been a space for challenging the boundaries between art and activism, for example through Ship to Gaza related events and exhibitions.
The art world is no free zone. Due to the hybrid double nature of art, it both reflects and opposes
hierarchies, and reproduces and resists power structures.

With its Supermarket project “Milk the Wall”
Tegen2 strives for the impossible – in order to cope with the real.

TEGEN2 – a space for exhibitions, performances, readings, actions and talks.
Since starting in 2006 Tegen2 has showed a broad spectrum of exhibitions by among others: Meira
Asher, Itay Ziv (Israel), Damir Niksic (Bosnia), Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-Rahme (Palestine), Patricia Bentancur (Uruguay), Tina Enghoff, Kent Klich (Denmark). Kerstin Hansson (Sweden) and SIMKA (Sweden). Tegen2 has also been a space for challenging the boundaries between art and activism, for example through Ship to Gaza related events and exhibitions.
The art world is no free zone. Due to the hybrid double nature of art, it both reflects and opposes
hierarchies, and reproduces and resists power structures.

With its Supermarket project “Milk the Wall”
Tegen2 strives for the impossible – in order to cope with the real.

“Milk the wall”, photo, 2013, D.O.G
"Jet”, Sound performance, 2012, Mats Lindström
“Theologos”, photo, Mats Lindström
“Att skriva med lök”, video, Sköld & Feiler