The Exhibition at
Royal Djurgården

The exhibition takes place from
June 7 to September 27.


The Princess Estelle Cultural Foundation will continue to use the exhibition site near the National Museum of Science and Technology and Rosendal Palace, which was established when the sculpture project was first launched in 2016. This place is even more appropriate now, after the inauguration of the Folke Bernadotte Bridge in September 2019,
making it easier for visitors to access the sculptures on either side of the water. The walkway along the Djurgårdsbrunn canal is used by nearly 15 million people every year and is one of Sweden’s most visited attractions.

An audio guide has been created for the exhibition, read by the artist herself in English and by actor Lena Endre in Swedish.

Find your way to the exhibition here

1. ALIEN TWISTER

2018
213 x 190 x 190 cm
Powder coated aluminium
Edition 1 of 3 + 1AP

The sculpture is not accessible when Rosendal Garden is hired.

Photo: Johan Lindskog

2. UNTITLED CYCLONE

2017
270 x 330 x 300 cm
Brushed aluminium
Edition 1 of 3 + 1AP

Photo: Johan Lindskog

3. Hoop-La

2014
580 x 730 x 520 cm
Powder coated aluminium and steel
Edition 1 of 2

Photo: Johan Lindskog

4. DEVIL WHIRLS

2017
590 x 690 x 560 cm
Powder coated aluminium
Edition 1 of 3 + 1AP

Photo: Johan Lindskog

5. TWISTER GRANDE (TALL)

2019
396 x 274 x 244 cm
Powder coated aluminium
Edition 1 of 3 + 1AP

Photo: Johan Lindskog

6. SPIN-THE-SPIN

2012
244 x 229 x 274 cm
Powder coated aluminium
Edition 2 + 1AP

Photo: Johan Lindskog

Exhibition map

Please note: the sculpture at Rosendal Garden is not accessible at all times.