Saturday 11 December 13–20
Julauktion/Christmas auction with Hammer and Auctioneer, the Christmas event you have been waiting for all year is finally here! A real auction of material and immaterial art and things with the celebrated guest auctioneer Alexander Buskowski and his Hammer. With live music, painting, warm liquid goodness, gingerbread, Christmas karaoke, cinnamon smell lingering in the air.Scroll down to read about the open call for artists to take part in the auction!
Address: Candyland, Gotlandsgatan 76, 116 38 Stockholm
13–16 Christmas auction with Hammer and Auctioneer
16–18 Christmas Karaoke
18–20 Christmas mingle with music and paintings all around you
Are you an artist and do you want to take part in the auction?
Come to Candyland on Friday 10 December between 13-17 and
Bring with you your Auction Thing and a piece of paper with 2-5 sentences about you, the Thing you are selling, and the minimum price you are willing to sell it for (we suggest you do not go over 500 SEK with the minimum price)
The Auction Thing can be an artwork but also an immaterial activity. The immaterial activity needs to be written on a piece of paper and brought physically as well. Example: ‘I will paint your dog’s portrait in oil paint.’ or ‘Every Friday I will send you a scented letter full of Love drawings’ and so forth. We are open-minded!
Are you not an artist and you do not want to sell anything, only watch and have a really good Christmas-scented time?
Just come to Candyland on Saturday 11 December from 13.00 and enjoy the programme!
Presented by Flat Octopus at Candyland as a part of the 1st Stockholm Painters’ Salon. Find more information about Salon HERE.
Candyland is a non-profit exhibition space in Stockholm, founded in 2004. United by their common interest in promoting a wide variety of contemporary art, they have produced more than 180 exhibitions since they opened. Candyland serves as a local art platform with heterogeneous audience and active in international networks with focus on developing the artist-run sector.
With support from Kulturrådet and Stockholms stad.