EXHIBIT: The Saga of Ingrid Bergman


  • Embassy of Sweden 2900 K St NW Washington, DC, 20007 United States

An exhibition commemorating the life and career of Ingrid Bergman [1915-1982].

Ingrid Bergman, one of the world's greatest actresses of all time, is presented in this exhibition as both beloved and controversial. She was seen as a role model and a danger to her own time. What does she represent today?

Thirty premiere photographs, taken by Hollywood's most prominent studio photographers and world photographers such as Robert Capa, Gordon Parks and Lennart Nilsson. The exhibition includes a video installation that reflects the three phases of Ingrid Bergman's life, including clips from classic feature films and documentaries.

The exhibition is open to the general public on weekends until September 27.
A guide is available on site. FREE admission.

Opening hours:
Saturdays 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sundays 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Commissioned by:
Strandverket Art Museum, at Marstrand north of Gothenburg in Sweden.

Producers:
Actit Kommunikation / r.a.b.b.e. 

Project management:
Annmari Kastrup

Design:
Anders Rabenius / r.a.b.b.e.

Writer/editor:
Lars Forsberg 

Graphic design:
Karin Brodén / BrodenDesign

Distribution abroad:
Swedish Institute, Stockholm

Contact:
Lars Hedenstedt, Swedish Institute lars.hedenstedt@si.se

Annmari Kastrup, producer akastrup@actitkommunikation.se