André Saraiva Goes Back to Sweden
Last weekend, graffiti artist and international nightlife czar André Saraiva headed to back to his native Sweden for a special art exhibition—which included his own work, and Dream Concerts, a collaborative project he did with Maison Kitsuné. Naturally, the weekend wrapped with a Le Baron pop-up party, which happened to come just in time to kick off Stockholm fashion week. Saraiva (and his signature tag, Mr. A) sent us a few photos from the trip, which debut exclusively below.
I was born in Sweden, lived there as a child, and Absolut gave me the chance to come back and exhibit my work as an artist in my home country for this very special weekend. I displayed some of my latest art at Gallery Steinsland Berliner, and hosted a dinner at Atelier Absolut after a great opening. I also brought along with me the spirit of my nightclub, Le Baron, so that the Stockholm crowd could party my way during two very special nights at the V Club. Here are some snapshots of my “Back to Sweden” weekend.
Checking the set-up at the gallery. The opening is just hours away.
The Hole at Gallery Steinsland Berliner.
A well-packed opening at Gallery Steinsland Berliner.
I just drew a Mr. A on the wall of a room of the Absolut Atelier.
In the Absolut Atelier basement, creating the sign for Le Baron’s entrance.
Self-portrait in front of the club.
At Le Baron @ V Club with Waris Ahluwalia.
A Stockholm sunset.
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