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Wizz Eyelashes in Stockholm

A monumental outdoor installation by Katharina Grosse will kick off Magasin III's Wizz Eyelashes group exhibition on the 18th of September. 

The exhibition looks back to Magasin III’s previous shows as it brings together – for the first time – three of its featured artists to interact through their work: Katharina Grosse, Sol LeWitt and Walter De Maria.

Look for more information here.


Come to our Opening Reception this Thursday! See two new exhibits for FREE. 6-8pm

Thread Lines + Xanti Schawinksy: Head Drawings and Faces of War:

Thead Lines: This group exhibition features 16 artists who engage in sewing, knitting, and weaving to create a wide-range of works that activate the expressive and conceptual potential of line and illuminate affinities between the mediums of textile and drawing.

Xanti Schawinksy: Head Drawings and Faces of War: The exhibition focuses on two bodies of work Schawinsky made between 1941 and 1946, Faces of War and the Head Drawings. The former are man-machine hybrids that could represent either an aggressive enemy or a powerful avenger—or perhaps an identity that encompasses both. The Head Drawings allowed Schawinsky to literally remake his own “portrait” out of such detritus of the natural world as thread, crystals, rope, and rocks.

Images: from Thead Lines - Louise Bourgeois, Untitled, 2006, Fabric, 15 x 22 1/4 inches. Courtesy Cheim & Read, New York © The Easton Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY.

Xanti Schawinsky, Architectural Design, 1945, mixed media, water color and black pen on paper, 20 3/4 x 28 7/8 inches (52.7 x 73.4 cm), Copyright and courtesy of The Estate of Xanti Schawinsky, Switzerland.

Me in 50 years
  • *Bringing my grandchild to bed*
  • Grandchild:Grandma, tell me a bedtime story!
  • Me:*getting 1st volume of SnK out of my bag* okay my dear, listen carefully *clearing throat* "On that day, mankind received a grim reminder. We lived in fear of the Titans and were.."
  • *My daughter is coming in*
  • Daughter:No mom, stop it, we talked about that!
  • Me:Mikasa, please!
  • Daughter:No!
  • Me:Then let me just sing a bedtime song for him.
  • Daughter:...Okay