At Open Space Mindpark we have space for art. We exhibit all kinds of creativity, in all kinds of expressions. It’s free the exhibit and free to visit. Here art can inspire and meet a great mix of people, can’t get enough of that! Do you want to have an exhibition here? Contact Mary!
Filip Rahim Hansson, street artist and represented in a number of different exhibitions, most recently at Limhamn’s art gallery. He has participated in several different projects with, for example, Malmö Opera, MKB Fastighets AB, Ung Malmö to name just a few. Filip is a very active creative person who shows great commitment to the world around him. Now he invites you to an exhibition about everyday naivety. You will experience everyday life in a dreamy, colorful and soothing way. A reflection on how we experience our surroundings and how static we experience what we have around us.
Monthly exhibition: December & January
Jonas Stojiljkovic Pedersen is uneducated and has zero color theory – but perhaps that fact is his strength in an otherwise mundane art climate. He comes from Helsingborg but has Malmö as his base today. You probably know his creations from before, since Stojiljkovic has many years behind him as a tattoo artist and ran together with his brother the tattoo studio Crooked Moon in Helsingborg, which his brother now runs himself. Stojiljkovic himself has both a tattoo studio and an art studio in central Malmö.
Monthly exhibition: November
Madeleine Svedlund has studied fine arts at Lunnevads Folkhögskola and graphic design visual communication at Östra Grevie. A lot of her imagery focuses on details, composition and complementary color. She continually explores the social relationships between people and characteristic animals, as they often portraits in an environment with greenery vegetation. Some of her art is inspired by the old Japanese erotic art shunga, which she created in her own modern way.
Monthly exhibition: October
Designer Åsa Trulsson, founded her company Soldiser to revive these heroic women. Åsa is a political scientist and has previously worked as a diplomat at Swedish embassies in the Middle East and in the Balkans. Now she devotes herself wholeheartedly to her great passion: the women of Norse mythology.
10th March 2020-
24th April 2020
The photographer and artist Sanja Matoničkin (1971) is fascinated by man’s inner unprocessed darkness and often works with subjects such as mental illness, fears, loneliness and alienation. She’s living in Helsingborg and has roots in Croatia.
At this exhibition, she will showcase three photo exhibitions.
Sleepyhead consisting of staged images that deal with social phobia. Staged stories are staged photographs with a dark undertone.Pärlan i pölen presenting Helsingborg from a different point of view.
4th December 2019 –
30th January 2020
“The first Crumelur appeared in a hotel room when drawing while talking on the phone – as I usually do i.e. phone doodle.
I had just bought some new pens and was playing around, and since then the Crumelurs appears as soon as I sit down to draw.”
In her day-to-day she works is as a mentor, connector and investor within the southern Sweden startup ecosystem, as well as in Europe and now moving into Africa.
6th November –
29th November 2019
A part of the project “Vem har rätt att kalla sig konstnär?”
Håkan finds inspiration for his art from music, art, poetry and he mostly focuses on abstract painting as well as sculpture and photography. He is self-taught and has been doing art for about 10 years. Before that, was working a decade in the manufacturing industry, but wanted to move on from the one-sided work and sought for something more stimulating. He started a librarian education at the University of Borås but unfortunately became ill.
30th September – 31st October 2019
Besides Ingelas profession as a graphic designer, she devotes herself to the art of painting. The paintings are growing happy to jazz- and salsa music, bossa nova and soul. Often surrounded by beautiful environments and with passion for nature experiences.
Ingela combines the artistry with market-related assignments and graphic design. She has acquired painting skills from several art schools and gained lessons from artists in her vicinity.
19th August – 26th September 2019
Helena Taps, lives in Helsingborg. She paint what comes out. Mostly abstract. Usually, she connects texts that she listens to and paints from that, hence “Own pictures & other peoples words and sentences”.
She paints with everything possible such as mixed art and in all possible sizes. Most are larger paintings on canvas with acrylic paint and mixed media but she likes to use watercolour crayons, ink and ink on rice paper or other paper.
13th May – 16th August 2019
What happens to us when we lose someone or something? Such a change can be brutal, but it can give birth to something new. And what happens while we are processing the loss? With what do we fill the absence of the lost? Is there a balance in what happens? In our relationships? In people who come and people who leave? In houses that burn down and lakes that reflect? In dividing lines that unite?
Edin Tucalija did exhibit his paintings, drawings, poetry and design. During the exhibition, he also organized a live painting and a poetry evening.
9th April – 10th May 2019
Indoor Climate – it concerns us all!
We care about the food we eat, what we drink and having a healthy and active lifestyle. We also care about climate change and energy consumptions, but we spend about 90% of our time indoors. So, why do we not care more about the indoor air we breathe?
Learn more about the indoor climate and how your daily actions impact your well-being during this exhibition.
The exhibition is hosted by Lindab Group. They currently opened their innovation hub at Mindpark Helsingborg.
8th March – 4th April, 2019
Henriette Udsen is a freelance illustrator.
“As a visual artist, I focus on children`s literature. I am passionate about children`s own creativity and imagination. I get my inspiration from nature and love to draw plants, animals and insects. My passion is for hand-made, detailed work which is both beautiful but has a sense of playfulness and humour. I create my work by first-hand drawing and watercolour and then developing them further in Corel Photo-Paint and Corel-Draw. I love the unpredictable watercolour which cannot be completely controlled and rarely change something with digital means.” Visit her website for more info!
7th February – 7th March 2019
…with Öresund Strategy & Design!
This exhibition is showing a wide variety of design projects from sketches to models and prototypes to final products. You’ll find Marie Nilsson from Öresund Strategy & Design at the exhibition from time to time!
“Companies that have increased investment in design is growing faster. The exports increase more and innovation is five times greater in companies that are actively working with design.”
3rd December – 15th January 2018-2019
A fruitful exhibition that awakens your green lust!
Grönsaksbalettens exhibition “Ät mig!” (eat me!) is a colourful public health science exhibition about fruits and vegetables based on modern scientific research. Through informative textile installations with accompanying text, the work of fruits and vegetables is explained inside the body.
What is actually happening in our body and mind when we eat products from the plant kingdom, such as fruits, vegetables, legumes? In what way can products from this colourful kingdom benefit our health?
16th October – 27th November, 2018
“I am a Swedish artist, born and raised abroad. So far, I have lived on three continents in eight different countries. I speak five different languages and I love meeting people. I am a graphic designer and freelance as such. “I create, therefore I am” could be my motto. I love to create. I love the process: finding inspiration and then seeing where my creativity takes me. Creating art, for me, is like taking a journey; you never know how or where the journey will take you, which is what makes it so exciting. I paint in both oil and acrylics, and I also draw motifs with an archival pen.”
Take a look at her webpage!
3rd September – 12th October 2018
…..men det krävdes en långtidsvistelse i Las Vegas, Stockholm och Visby innan jag såg den på “riktigt”. Nu stannar jag upp, super in & glädjs över att ha Kärnan & andra mästerverk tätt inpå” – C.Brüggmann.
In this series of paintings, Catharina Brüggmann focuses on the fun, festive, beautiful, easy-going and loving Helsingborg in the form of well-known buildings, boats, etc. Helsingborg in the heart! You’ll find more info about her here!
2nd May – 31st August 2018
From a former art project at Munka Folkhögskola, Cecilia was looking at material destroying our planet.
20th April – 2nd May 2017
On a trip to Island Mikael took some beautiful pictures! This became the start of his social media influencing.
Take look at his Instagram!
February – March 2017
With a disposable camera, 20 people living in alienation Helsingborg were allowed to document their everyday lives. Get an insight into their life in Helsingborg and meet their reality.
After three weeks of successful exhibition at the Library in Helsingborg, the exhibition continues at Mindpark <3
April – June 2017
As a final exam project, four students at Johannes Hedberg Gymnasiet in Helsingborg made a photo exhibition aiming to get young people to understand that they are not alone hating different parts of their bodies. The models got to paint the parts of their body they don’t like and the photos were later exhibited at Open Space Mindpark.
January – February 2017