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First Look - Karin Broos

First Look - Still Life: Karin Broos Preview Party

Friday, July 14, 2017 - 7:00pm to 10:00pm

First Look - Karin Broos: Still Life

An Exhibition Preview Party

Get a First Look at the Still Life: Karin Broos exhibition and meet the acclaimed Swedish contemporary artist Karin Broos in person during this special preview party. The ASI exhibition, organized by Stockholm's Prins Eugen's Waldemarsudde Art Museum, showcases about 55 paintings photo-realistic oil paintings by one of the most renowned artists working in Sweden today, with many works being shown publicly for the first time.  Broos will be available during gallery conversations to talk about the inspiration behind her work and the contemplative and uniquely feminine world she depicts.

The evening’s festivities also include music from local folk duo Crow Call and interactive activities led by the artist collective Conspiracy of Strange Girls.

The award-winning FIKA Café will be offering curated appetizers and beverages for purchase throughout the evening. 

$15 ASI Members / $20 Non-Members


Related Activities:

Exclusive Gallery Tours with Artist Karin Broos

Join featured artist-painter Karin Broos, on the day her Still Life exhibition opens to the public, for a rare and exclusive gallery tour, offered at two separate times, to hear her talk about the subjects, inspiration, techniques and narratives that shape her work.Cost: $10 ASI members / $15 Non-Members, per tour.

Film Screening of Reflections and Homeland with Discussion by Filmmaker Sara Broos 

Award-winning filmmaker Sara Broos, visiting ASI for the exhibition opening, will screen and discuss two of her films: Reflections is a poetic and personal journey about Sara’s relationship with her mother, painter Karin Bross, and their seaside trip to Latvia. Homeland depicts a Syrian refugee woman who finds that the music of the Norwegian pop band A-ahas, becomes her link between past and the present.

*Suggested for adult audiences. Some images in the films may be distirubing for some viewers. Co-presented with the Minneapolis St. Paul Film Society

$15 ASI Members / $20 Non-Members



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