Swedish Design legend Stig Lindberg is featured in a big exhibition at Millesgården in Stockholm, Sweden. The exhibition opened this weekend and will stay open to January 30, 2022.
The multi-artist Stig Lindberg (1916-1982) has provided Sweden with his designs and illustrations since the end of the 1930s. With enormous productivity, a desire to experiment and an ability to be a functionalist without sacrificing his imagination, Lindberg’s designs has filled thousands of homes over the past 80 years.
From May 29, 2021 to January 30, 2022 Stig Lindberg’s work will be showcased at Millesgården in Stockholm. The showcase includes more than 400 objects – from porcelain and wallpaper to textiles, illustrations and more. Many of the works have never been previously exhibited.
Anne’s House on the Lower Terrace has been transformed into Gunnel and Stig’s House and the famous Berså pattern is displayed in a green house in the park.
Stig Lindberg’s son Lars Dueholm-Lindberg is the manager of Stig Lindberg’s legacy and curator of the exhibition at Millesgården.
Lindberg’s broad production ranges from earthenware and stoneware, public art, visual art and sculptures to light bulbs, sinks and televisions.
The exhibtion is open from May 29 until January 30, 2022. Tickets for the exhibition can be booked on Millesgården’s website.