10.00 - 17.00


Välkommen att besöka våra utställningar, butik & Syltan! Öppet måndag-söndag 10-17

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Today's lunch

Loin of salmon served with dill mayonnaise, pickled cucumber and herb potato

Sivert Lindblom 11.6 - 28.8

For Sven...

Sivert Lindblom is a sculptor with strong links to architecture. Early on in his career, Lindblom was influenced by Auguste Rodin. During the 1960s he went on to develop a unique and timeless visual language with links to both classicism and the present. He willingly demystifies the artistic process and lets the material he works with lead him to the desired result.

An interest in architecture is evident in everything Sivert Lindblom does. His first job was with the noted Swedish architect Sigurd Lewerentz in his home town Eskilstuna. Later on, after his studies at the Art Academy in Stockholm, he began a long-lasting and close collaboration with the architect Peter Celsing.

There are many public art works by Sivert Lindblom around Sweden. The ambition has always been to create communal spaces which enable positive encounters between people.

The exhibition here at Vandalorum is designed by Sivert Lindblom himself. He sees the exhibition as an artistic expression in itself, where the works interact with both the room and the audience.


Sivert sculptures, photo: Sten-M.Rosenlund 1974

Photo: Wilhelm Rapp


Sivert Lindblom (b. 1931) has had solo exhibitions at for example the Venice Biennale (1968), Centre Culturel Suédois in Paris (1980), Lunds Konsthall and Skissernas Museum (1993), the Museum of Architecture (1994), the Historical Museum (1998) and the Art Academy (2012). Lindblom has been a professor at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology (1966-70) and a commissioner of the Public Art Agency of Sweden (1975-79). He became a commissioner of the Royal Academy of the Arts in 1974. In 1995 he received the Sergel Award by the Royal Academy of the Arts.


Today's lunch

Loin of salmon served with dill mayonnaise, pickled cucumber and herb potato