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Some of the best art exhibitions in D.C. are hidden behind the doors of embassies. It’s not until you pop your head in for a free movie screening or a lecture that you notice all the cool stuff hanging up on the walls.

Lucky for you, this killer exhibition definitely isn’t a secret. Papier and Sustain Able Voices, which are at the House of Sweden until June 28, are all about showing off some of the coolest artists in Sweden. From the paper couture by Bea Szenfeld (that’s been worn by Lady Gaga and Bjork!) to the bacteria lamps by Jan Klingler, these exhibitions are absolutely worth your time.

Scroll down to scope out the exhibitions and catch some shots from the artist talk they did last week.

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