Sculpture Talk III – Drawing on Sculpture: Graphic Interventions on the Photographic Surface

Welcome to BOX Sculpture Talk Akademi Valand: X-library, Vasagatan 50, Göteborg Monday November 23rd, 6pm The third presentation in our Sculpture Lecture series will focus on the relation between Sculpture, Photography and Drawing. Jon Wood, research curator and art historian, The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, and Co-editor of Sculpture Journal will present his lecture `Drawing on […]

Close the door or all the darkness will leak out

Jessica Johannesson, Martin Engberg, Petra Axelsson and Ingeborg Annie Lindahl

Please join us on Friday 20th November 6-9pm for the Opening Reception. The exhibition continues until Dec 20th. Close the door or all the darkness will leak out. “But I know what darkness is, it accumulates, thickens, then suddenly bursts and drowns everything.” (Samuel Beckett). During the work with Box Open-Call 2015 an interesting purely […]

Sculpture Talk II – Social Sculpture: Bait al Karama & Slow Food in Palestine.

Welcome to BOX AFTERWORK Sculpture Talk Röda Sten konsthall – Lounge, Göteborg Friday November 6th, 4:30-6:00pm The second presentation in our sculpture lecture series focuses on Social Sculpture. Beatrice Catanzaro and Cristiana Bottigella will present Bait al Karama (House of Dignity), a slow, immersive and localized participatory art project, independently initiated in 2010 in Nablus, […]

Copy of Flood Seminar, or how a disaster can be synonymous with a turning point.

Ateljékollektivet Trumpeten

Thursday, November 5, at 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Gallery Box Kastellgatan 10 Göteborg Ateljé-kollektivet TRUMPETEN, with molding cellars at John Ericsson Road 87, invites you to a Flood Seminar at Skånes konstförening Gallery BOX 5th November 2015. As a disastrous consequence of the heavy rainfall in August, many cultural workers in Malmö got their […]


Kajsa G. Eriksson and Fredric Gunve

The rain was pouring down. Heavy, thick raindrops hammered hard on pine trees, roofs, and cars, on moose, deer, strollers and timber workers. Lengthways wood paths and concrete roads water was flowing in newly made rivers. Cars with almost blind drivers skid slowly ahead through the streams of water from heaven. Basements were flooded and filled with water. Lawns were transformed to shallow green pools. Two weeks later the rain calmed down. The day after it rained persistently again. It rained for one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine weeks more.
The rain never stopped.

Senoren #16


During the first part of  GIBCA Extended Gallery Box presents Senoren, an artist group with around twenty members. Senoren have been active since 2012 and their exhibitions and projects are always site-specific, temporary and undersigned collectively. Their exhibition at Box will  expand through a workshopesk process in which they investigate the boundaries and possibilities within […]

Performance at BRA 10, Konstepidemin

Julia Calver

Welcome to Julia Calvers performace at BRA 10, at 18.00h at Konstepidemin. In May 2015 Julia Calver will be IASPIS fellow hosted by Galleri Box and based in Konstepidemin. Julia will use the residency to produce new writing. In November 2014 she co-curated the art writing event Nearly and Nervous Nearly and Now, hosted at […]

With Photography in Mind

Lotta Antonsson, Thom Bridge and Annika von Hausswolff

Gallery BOX presents a group exhibition that brings together recent works by Annika von Hausswolff, Lotta Antonsson and Thom Bridge, which together explore the medium and physicality of the photographic in the changing landscape of digitisation.

Supermarket Art Fair, 2015

Trinidad Carrillo

Welcome to Gallery Box´s exhibition stand during the Supermarket Art Fair at Telefonplan in Stockholm April 16-19th where we will present Gothenburg based artist Trinidad Carrillo.   Dead Star, Dark Lake. “Here I show pictures from the series `No Date´. The latest abundance of images. Because somewhere I left the obsession with time. I have […]

Writing Group with IASPIS fellow Julia Calver

Julia Calver

In May 2015 Julia Calver will be IASPIS fellow hosted by Galleri Box and based in Konstepidemin. Julia will use the residency to produce new writing. In November 2014 she co-curated the art writing event Nearly and Nervous Nearly and Now, hosted at Galleri Box, with Esmeralda Valencia Lindström. The event was supported by Arts […]

Unknot Knowledge – Hollows & Solids

Rickard Ljungdahl Eklund

Preface to Unknot Knowledge: Hollows & solids  Imagine, and try to visualize a model of nothing in particular. Already there is a certain charm to it, even if it is unclear what it is for. While having only rudimentary syntax and no semantics, it is still a model, and as such it is self-contained and […]

BOX Talk: Sculpture in focus

Sofia Landström, Rose Gibbs and Josefina Posch

Artist Talk: Women sculptors as a forum for dialog concerning dissent and 3D art. Friday February 27th 5:30-7:00pm During 2015 Box will conduct a series of talks with focus on sculpture. For the first one, London based artist Rose Gibbs, curator Sofia Landström and artist/curator Josefina Posch will discuss their mutual interest in the complexities […]

Dark Tourism

Nadine Byrne

Welcome to the opening reception Friday February 20th, 6-9pm.

GATE #3 Artist Talk: Five artists from Tbilisi, Georgia

Welcome to an Artist Talk Wednesday February 11th, 6:30-9:00pm Meet five artists from Tbilisi, Georgia; Aleksi Soselia, Galaqtion Eristavi, Wato Tsereteli, Mamuka Japharidze och Nino Sekhniashvili The GATE # 3 presentation is a collaboration between Box and Skogen and part of a larger program at Skogen: SIX GATES TO CAUCASUS, it also builds upon Box board […]

Artist Talk

Suzanna Asp and Maja Hammarén

Welcome to an Artist Talk with exhibiting artist Suzanna Asp and Maja Hammarén, Saturday Jan 24th at 3pm. Please not that the talk will be conducted in Swedish.

Film Frame and Female Body

Suzanna Asp

Welcome to the Opening Reception Friday January 9th, 6-9pm. Introduction text by Elina Suoyrjö. Artist talk with Suzanna Asp and Maja Hammarén Saturday January 24th. Suzanna Asp graduated with a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, in 2009. She works with sitespecific interventions, mixed media installations, performance and […]