If you love experiencing art in unexpected place, make sure you take a special trip to Stockholm, Sweden to explore its amazing underground world. Started back in the 1950s, Stockholm Metro houses an incredible amount of interesting and unexpected art. So much so, in fact, that it’s been called the world’s longest art exhibition. Several hundred unique works are currently on display with 90 out of the 100 stations featuring art.
One of the most interesting designs is the cave-like station, called Solna Centrum, by artists Anders Aberg and Karl-Olov Bjork that was inspired by a spruce forest and a dramatic red night sky (see immediately below).
IT architect and Photographer Alexander Dragunov has a passion for subway photography. He captured several of Stockholm’s most stunning stations for all of us to enjoy.