ABOUT

Founded 2006, Galleri Duerr believes art exhibitions are great ways to tell important stories of our time. With a clear vision of making contemporary art more accessible, Galleri Duerr has been operating since 2014 as a mobile gallery investing in cross-cultural meetings between different forms of art, artists and generations – national and international, emerging as well as established. Since Galleri Duerr’s start, it has had an exhibition program focusing on contemporary painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and design. The gallery is today a living forum for performance and exhibitions in various formats.

The Gallery at Embassy House. Galleri Duerr has the pleasure to announce our new partnership as exclusive curator at Embassy House Linnégatan 89C, a co-working space with focus on start-ups in blockchain, fintech, VR, AI and music/art tech, making Embassy House our new home base.

We are very excited about this new venture as an integral part of the music, art and culture program at Embassy House, and are looking forward to developing new meetings, collaborations, events, art talks and education programs exploring our new role as an evolving gallery space.

The Gallery. a 360 sqm main event space at Embassy House Linnégatan, will be our primary exhibition space with rotating shows. We will also be hanging art throughout the entire space of 3000 sqm in a constant dialogue with Embassy House and the companies working here.

We are also a partner gallery on both Artsy and Artnet, online resources for art collecting and education. Our mission is to exhibit in a variety of public spaces with interesting collaborations, always on the lookout for new and innovative ways to reach out. Our exhibitions with Lydmar, for example, focus on highlighting female role models in photography.

All work is for sale and is available for public viewing during our ordinary open hours, special events or by appointment, and can be seen here on our website as well as artsy.net.

Galleri Duerr was founded by Deborah Duerr, who studied design at the University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. Before moving to Sweden in 1984 to start her own design firm, Deborah worked with design studios in San Francisco and New York. Deborah is also a member of the board of Design Sweden.