01 Apr 2023, 12.00 AM
Dupont Underground, in collaboration with the Embassy of Sweden, presents the video art exhibition “You Don’t Love Me, Yet” with eight prominent Swedish artists from varying backgrounds and different generations.
Art reflects its times, and the artists in this exhibition depict societal change, interpersonal relationships, and the interaction between humans and nature.
The video works are displayed in “living rooms,” all designed by Washington-based architecture firms, which create a sharp contrast to the unique and rough character of the abandoned streetcar station under Dupont Circle.
The exhibition at Dupont Underground is a selection of films from the video box Art on Screen produced by the Swedish Institute in collaboration with Kalmar Art Museum in Sweden. Participating artists: Annika Eriksson, Bigert & Bergström, Catti Brandelius, Hanna Ljungh, Johanna Billing, Petronella Petander, Salad Hilowle, Santiago Mostyn. Curator: Johan Pousette.
Opening hours: April 1-April 30, Friday through Sunday 11 am to 5 pm.
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