Posted by Julio on July 17th 2017 in Installation/Sets

We are pleased to announce, that we will be part of  WATT EN SCHLICK FEST. We will creating an installation on a swimming stage. If it happens, that you’ll be in the very north of Germany come and hang out with us on the festival!


Posted by Julio on July 14th 2017 in Exhibitions

Raum Vollreinigung invites you to the opening of the group exhibition “Lilla Göteborg” (Little Gotenburg) on Saturday July 15th at 19:00.

The show is curated by Nevven and features works by a group of artists all living and working in Gothenburg.

We are pleased to show works by:

Johannes Brander
Marie Dahlstrand
Ellie Engelhem
Fanny Hellgren
Nils Kristofferson
Ivar Lövheim
Mattia Lullini
Eric Magassa
Bea Marklund
Oskar Nilsson
Åsa Nordberg / Jennie Sunden
Lars Daniel Rehn
Alina Vergnano
Fredrik Åkum

Nevven is a gallery for contemporary art in Gothenburg. It was founded in April 2015 by artists Alina Vergnano and Mattia Lullini who transformed their former studio to a project space to show local and international artists.

“Finding its position in between a commercial gallery and a public art project, Nevvens goal is being a venue for the most contemporary art movements, a bridge between Sweden and the rest of the artistic world and an ethical project for the involved artists, the art lovers and the broader public. The gallery pursues these objectives not only by setting exhibitions at the top of their standards but also regularly organizing and funding artists talks in collaboration with the Gothenburg’s Central Library, public art interventions and school visits to the gallery. “

“Lilla Göteborg” gathers a selection of what Nevven considers some of the most interesting – both established and upcoming – Gothenburg based artists, setting side by side abstraction and figuration, painting and textiles, photography and sculpture. This motley crew of artists is the expression of a strong growing local scene but is also clearly connected to an equally variegated international new direction in the arts, to that multitude of practices and artistic researches that embody a new trust in visual communication, expressed in a renewed attention to painting and drawing, and a new interest towards the exploration of materials and craft.


Posted by Julio on July 13th 2017 in Exhibitions

We are proud to be part of the 10 years Birthday exhibition of Recoat. They will celebrate a decade of exhibitions, mural projects and education programmes are curating a special exhibition, “This Will Ruin Everything” at The Lighthouse in Glasgow. If you are in the UK or around Glasgow, make sure to go and help them celebrate at the launch on 14th July 6-9pm.

Launch Date: 14th July 2017 6-9pm
After party at The Poetry Club 10.30pm-2am (free but ticketed)

Exhibition and events run: 15th- 30th July
Open: Mon to Sat 10.30am-5pm and Sun 12-5pm

The exhibition features work from forty Scottish and international practitioners exhibiting work from architecture to digital art to painting. Alongside the exhibition we’re running a programme of workshops, panel discussions and film screening that aims to encourage dialogue around the distinctions between design and art in contemporary creative practice and celebrates the talented creatives who move between them. We hope to look at function, value, ownership and elitism.

More details on events coming soon.

Exhibiting artists include: 44flavours, Ade Adesina, Jennifer Argo, ASKEW, Will Barras, Erin Bradley Scott, Rebecca Davies, Elph, EMA, FiST, Emily Fong, David Galletly, Good Wives and Warriors, Fraser Gray, Lee Ivett, Jamie Johnson, Kid Acne, Chris Macfarlane, Mark Lyken, Lucy MacLeod, R.Liwen, Tommy Mason, Neil McGuire and Imogen Ayres, Lucy McLauchlan, Martina Merlini, Matt Mignanelli, Matt,W.Moore, Morag Myerscough, Nawer, Tommy Perman, Gabriella ‘Risotto’ Marcella, Roid MSK, Rue Five, Emer Tumulity, Al White, Kirsty Whiten, Maya Wild, Susie Wright, Denise Zygadlo.

The This Will Ruin Everything Exhibition and Events Programme is funded and supported by The Lighthouse and supported by The National Lottery through Creative Scotland.

180 Creative Camp

Posted by Julio on June 29th 2017 in mural, Workshop

We are looking forward to be part of an amazing week in Abrantes Portugal next week! What can be better than summer in Portugal with a bunch of fairly amazing and talented people?
We will be painting a Mural and hold a kids workshop at 180.camp.
Thanks for reaching out and inviting us again Luis!