Moderna Museet has an impressive line-up ahead of it, including this spring’s Concrete Matters in Stockholm. It presents concrete and neo-concrete art from Uruguay, Argentina, Venezuela and Brazil. There are some 80 works made from the 1930s to the 1970s, based on works in the collection Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros. The exhibition runs until 13 May. Concrete Matters is part of A Larger World, a programme aiming to broaden the view of art history by extending the collection with pieces more relevant for our current times, showing that there is more on the art map than Paris and New York. The museum’s communication strategist, John Peter Nilsson, is excited about the display.