Havremagasinet is a regional art centre in Boden established in 2010. Six stories tall, the building used to be the central storage for the northern military region from the year 1913 to 1950, and supplied the units in Boden, Kiruna and Umeå with food.
The building, which is the largest in Boden, was design by the architect Erik Josephson. Havremagasinet presents a wide exhibition programme spanning local cultural history, Nordic and international contemporary art. This year, the Luleå Biennial spreads across two floors with seven artists, in a group show covering themes of subjectification, collectivity, memory and renewal. Artists: Beatrice Gibson, Susanna Jablonski, Birgitta Linhart, Fathia Mohidin, Charlotte Posenenske, Tommy Tommie and Danae Valenza.
Parking places are located directly outside the entrance
Wheelchair accessible toilet with changing table
A lift into the house (max 300 kg)
Large and spacious lift (20 people) Between the floor plans
Lockers - completely free of charge
Havremagasinet is located in Boden, about half an hour's drive from Luleå. By public transport, line 4 towards Vittjärv is the best choice, get off at Norrbottensvägen stop during weekdays. During weekends, take line 2 towards Heden, and get off at the stop Hedenbrovägen. If you are arriving by local train service, go to the station Garnis, after that it’s a five-minute walk to Havremagasinet. Please visit www.ltnbd.se for county traffic time tables.