Rolf de Maré’s Museum of Movement
A museum dedicated to world dance, theatre, art and photography from across the globe. The unique collection is based on the life of Rolf de Maré (1888-1964) and his extensive travels. Dance films are always available in the main hall.
Temporary exhibition May 27 – September 25, 2016
50 SEK. Free admission under 18.
EVERYTHING YOU CAN IMAGINE IS REAL
BEA SZENFELD’S PAPER COSTUMES FROM ”HAUTE PAPIER”
Images created by The Royal Swedish Opera with
With scissors, tape, string and thousands of paper sheets, BEA SZENFELD has created extraordinarily unpractical creations that together form “Haute Papier” – The White Collection. The handmade costumes have been worn by artists such as Lady Gaga, Laleh and dancers, singers and musicians from The Royal Swedish Opera.
– I love the combination of Dansmuseet, my paper costumes and The Royal Swedish Opera, says Bea Szenfeld. It is both unlikely and obvious at the same time. Paper costumes and dance, let’s do it! Through the scissors and the body everything is connected, the tough but wonderful craft.
A ballerina swinging in a chandelier, musicians among hundreds of travelling bags, singers dressed in the costumes of Bea Szenfeld and other surreal scenes are also shown in the exhibition. These are images by KAROLINA HENKE, CARL THORBORG and STINA WIRSÉN, created for and in collaboration with The Royal Swedish Opera.
POMPE HEDENGREN, creative director at STOCKHOLM GRAPHICS, has worked four years together with The Royal Swedish Opera and the photographers to create the world that you now are invited to enter.
THANKS TO ALL PARTICIPANTS
Sofia Johansson, project manager
Ingela Roos, Head of Communications The Royal Swedish Opera
Erik Näslund, Museum Director Dansmuseet
Stefan Persson, Exhibition Technician Dansmuseet
Linnéa Isaksson, Communications Manager Dansmuseet
Ludvig Marmsjö, Exhibition builder Dansmuseet
Birgitta Svendén, CEO The Royal Swedish Opera
Johannes Öhman, Ballet Director The Royal Swedish Opera
Helena Lindroth, Communications ManagerThe Royal Swedish Opera
Johan Björnsrud, Art Director Stockholm Graphics
Jeanette Andersson, Image processor Stockholm Graphics
Klara Hedengren, Exhibition builder Stockholm Graphics
Bente Rolandsdotter, stylist
Johan Bohlin, retusch
Gustav Sjölund, retusch
Sandra Wannerstedt, make up
Amanda Hallams, stage design builder
The Royal Swedish Opera costume and props storage
Alexander Andrae, Big Image
P*fect Dance Company
ARTISTS AT THE ROYAL SWEDISH OPERA
Clyde Emmanuel Archer
Marianne Hellgren Staykov
The Royal Swedish Opera editions is the winner of the Swedish Design Awards, Publishing Awards and the Creativity International Awards.
50 SEK to the temporary exhibition.
Free admission to the Museum’s collections.
Free admission under age 18.
Open the same hours as the Museum