The King and Queen and The Crown Princess Couple go on an art walk

The exhibition 'Alice Aycock on Royal Djurgården' consisted of six sculptures from the Turbulences series. Aycock was inspired by extreme weather conditions such as storms and uncontrollable tornadoes.

The exhibition 'Alice Aycock on Royal Djurgården' consisted of six sculptures from the Turbulences series. Aycock was inspired by extreme weather conditions such as storms and uncontrollable tornadoes. Photo: Pontus Lundahl/TT

In mid-September, The King, The Queen, The Crown Princess and Prince Daniel visited Royal Djurgården to see the 'Alice Aycock on Royal Djurgården' sculpture exhibition.

The exhibition consisted of six sculptures from Alice Aycock's Turbulences series.

The sculpture exhibition was Aycock's first exhibition in Scandinavia, and the first to be arranged by Princess Estelle's Cultural Foundation.

The King and Queen and The Crown Princess Couple on the Folke Bernadotte Bridge over Djurgårdsbrunn Bay.

The King and Queen and The Crown Princess Couple on the Folke Bernadotte Bridge over Djurgårdsbrunn Bay. Photo: Pontus Lundahl/TT

The exhibition remained on show until 27 September.

The sculpture exhibitions on Djurgården were originally an initiative by Prince Daniel.

Find out more about Princess Estelle's Cultural Foundation and the exhibition hereexternal link, opens in new window.

Photo: Pontus Lundahl/TT