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EVERYTHING YOU CAN IMAGINE IS REAL. Opera's Emma Vetter. Photo by Karolina Henke © Dance Museum Stockholm.

  • Drottninggatan 17, 111 51 Stockholm, Sweden

  • Bea Szenfeld

  • Dansmuseet Stockholm

  • Tue-Fri 11.00 - 17.00 / Sat-Sun 12.00 - 16.00 / Mon closed

  • +46 8 441 76 51

  • dansmuseet.se

27 May - 21 August, 2016

Everything you Can Imagine Is Real

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Swedish fashion designer Bea Szenfeld has dressed the dancers and singers of The Royal Swedish Opera with her sculptural  Haute Papier creations, as part of the opera house's new branding campaign.

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