Swedish House Mafia unveil Stockholm art gallery exhibition

With just over two weeks remaining until the official return of Swedish House Mafia, the EDM supergroup are preparing for their trio of consecutive nights at Stockholm‘s Tele2 Arena by unveiling a new exhibit at Swedish venue, Fotografiska. The art collection, available to the public between 30th April and 5th May, is curated by creative talent Alexander Wessely, with an official blurb stating:

“Legacy and mortality, adversity and triumph. No matter what circumstances and conditions you happen to live with, you can’t escape the power of these forces. Swedish House Mafia and the artist Alexander Wessely have decided to artistically share their story of the groups challenging process from death to rebirth. For years closely followed and interpreted by Alexander Wessely.”

With Axwell, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso set to open their 2019 with a bang as all dance fans descend on Sweden for the trio of shows, the Swedish House Mafia Fotografiska collab will precede further performances for the returning giants this summer at venues such as Ushuaia Ibiza, Tomorrowland, and Creamfields.

With tickets priced at 165 SEK, be sure to grab yours here, as the Swedish juggernaut prepares to steamroller through 2019 with the aim of once again securing their reputation as dance music’s biggest act.


(BA Hons Journalism), 30, London. NCTJ-accredited journalist and dance music lover specialising in interviews, features, editorial work, and reviews. www.journojake.com

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