Maglehem, a small Swedish village with a population of 162 people, located on the Baltic Sea shore, is an isolated community of artists, favorite throughout Sweden. Artists invite guests on Midsummer’s Eve, a holiday of the Summer solstice, widely celebrated in Sweden. Visitors come to the village to spend time in nature and to admire artworks by local artists. This year, the 11 Russian Artists in Maglehem exhibition will be presented here. It is a kind of response to the Maglehem — A Place on Earth exhibition, which occurred in Moscow Museum of Modern Art in 2011. Eleven artists from Russia will bring their works to this unusual place.

Artists are divided into pairs, a Maglehem-based accepting artist and a guest artist from Russia. Marina Fomenko presented her works (5 videos) in the studio of Malin Schønbeck and met daily with visitors.