Supermarket 2017 Stockholm Independent Art Fair

This year Intercult supports Supermarket 2017 – Stockholm Independent Art Fair as a cooperation partner.
Iwona Preis, Intercult’s Executive director, will be taking part in Supermarket’s Professional Networking Participants (PNP) programme and you can hear Frida Wikström presenting on Friday 24th March, 2pm during ‘Art shots’, a popular part of Supermarket’s TALKS and Performances programme.

SUPERMARKET is an international artist-run art fair that provides a showcase of artists’ initiatives from all over the world with the aim to display their projects and ideas, create opportunities for new networks on the Swedish and international art scene, and share the vitality and relentless creativity unique to this sphere of the art world.

SUPERMARKET 2017 brings a wide range of international artists’ initiatives from countries such as Palestine, Argentina, Russia and many more. This year over 200 artists will contribute to an extensive programme of exhibitions, performances, moderated discussions and seminars. The fair also features the second year of our successful Professional Networking Participants programme (PNP) and our internationally distributed Supermarket Art Magazine.

SUPERMARKET has been organised as an annual event since 2007 by a small group of art organisers, most of whom are also artists themselves. SUPERMARKET had developed from Minimarket, which was held at Konstnärshuset in 2006 in reaction to the newly established commercial art fair Market. Initiated and organised by artists, this project has rapidly evolved from comprising a modest group of local initiatives to a full-fledged international art fair that has made its mark and helped to firmly establish Stockholm on the contemporary art world map.

When? March 23–26, 2017.
Opening hours: Thursday–Saturday 11–20, Sunday 11–18.
The Press viewing and Professional Preview takes place on the 22nd of March.

Where? Svarta Huset, Telefonplan. Next to Konstfack. Take the red metro line no. 14 towards Fruängen, metro stop ‘Telefonplan’.

Admission: SEK 120
Admission including catalogue/magazine: SEK 150 (SEK 120 for students/ seniors)
Weekend Pass (4 day) including catalogue/magazine: SEK 200
Catalogue/magazine: SEK 100
Children under 16 free admission

The tickets are sold at the entrance at Svarta Huset.

For more information and programme visit or contact Alice at / 072 849 29 89