This Thursday, 13th February, the Stockholm International Antiques Fair ANTIKMÄSSAN 2020 will be officially opened until 16 February in the Swedish capital.
It is the most important trade fair in the antiques market sector for gallery owners, art curators and artists in the Nordic region; with the presence of 195 exhibitors regarding the fine art and antiques world.
It will be an unmissable opportunity to admire a selection of bronze sculptures belonging to the Dalí Universe limited edition, inside the dedicated areas at the Antiques Fair with Art.
The Mollbrinks Art Gallery, in collaboration with Stockholm International Fairs, will present a wide selection of Swedish and international art, from the 19th century to today, at stand B05:19.
Together with the extraordinary graphic production of the notable Swedish artist, Anders Zorn, famous for his extraordinary paintings and his pioneering etchings, and with the lithographs of the Belarusian artist Marc Chagall, Mollbrinks will exhibit the sculptural artistic production of Salvador Dalí.
At the Mollbrinks Art stand, visitors will be able to admire the wealth of the Dalinian surrealistic iconography that the Catalan artist accomplished during his lifetime.
The multiple editions bronze sculptures “Dance of Time I” and “Dance of Time II” will illustrate to the public of the Stockholm International Antiques Fair ANTIKMÄSSAN 2020 the Dalinian obsession of time through the melting clock, one of Dalí’s best-known images, whose origin is the famous 1931 painting The Persistence of Memory.
In the bronze artwork “Homage to Newton” Dalí decided to honour Isaac Newton, the English mathematician who discovered the law of universal gravitation after an apple fell onto his head.
The sculpture “Alice in Wonderland” will present the visitors with the iconic Dalinian image of the young and eternal girl protagonist of the Lewis Carroll novel, who appears in many of Dalì’s paintings around the 1930’s.
The Stockholm International Antiques Fair ANTIKMÄSSAN 2020 will be preceded by the opening ceremony on Wednesday 12th February at 4:30 pm, which will offer a preview of the great and long awaited art fair, before its official opening.