SC Exhibitions Magazine

Through our annual magazine, we want to bring our projects and our people closer to you.

SHOWBIZ CULTURE is our not-quite-serious motto – and the title of our annual magazine, for people at the intersection of arts, media and entertainment.
 
Do you ever feel like this? You've subscribed to a newsletter, but once it arrives in your inbox you don't have time to read it. Newsletters are the first to go under in the daily flood of emails, so once a year we afford ourselves the luxury of publishing a print magazine, SHOWBIZ CULTURE (you can read it here in its online version too, but print is the 'real deal').
 
Working with artists, curators, authors, photographers and scholars is at the core of our work as producers of international touring exhibitions, and our annual magazine is the stage for them, bringing our work closer to you and introducing the different facets of our projects. It is also a compendium of topics, including stories and photographs, that we find interesting and worth sharing.

SHOWBIZ CULTURE aims to be your long read companion – for your reading pleasure on a flight home from a conference, on a weekend, or wherever and whenever you can spare some time.

INSIDE SC Exhibitions

A brief overview of our touring exhibitions | No. 1/2018

MARVEL: UNIVERSE OF SUPER HEROES | World’s first and most extensive exhibition celebrating Marvel’s visual and cultural impact to premiere at Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture in April 2018

FIRST LOOK at the new exhibition

MAGIC CITY – THE ART OF THE STREET | Stockholm is hosting the third edition of MAGIC CITY, bringing visual adventures from the urban jungle to a whole new set of street art enthusiasts. It‘s the world‘s largest touring exhibition dedicated to this art form – drawing over 250,000 visitors in Germany – and features pieces from some of the best street artists from around the globe, shown in a specially built city. Each host city will see new pieces added to the exhibition, with all the works returned to their creators at the end of the ten-city tour.

THE DISCOVERY OF KING TUT | 100th ANNIVERSARY 1922-2022 | Virtual Reality? Virtual Archaeology!