Guided tours or Workshop sessions
Bring your students and use the museum as your classroom! Experience an inspiring and dynamic environment, discover new perspectives. The permanent collection and temporary exhibitions can be used for studies in several subjects relating to the school curriculum.
Book a guided tour of the Moderna Museet collection or the temporary exhibitions.
Seeing and discussing art stimulates the students’ ability to analyse what they see. In the encounter with art they practise putting thoughts into words, listening to others and daring to think critically. Moderna Museet offers students the opportunity to understand themselves and their world better through art. Here they can learn about the art in the museum collection and the historical and cultural context that engendered it.
We also offer inspiring Workshop sessions. In a Workshop session the students get to work both practically and theoretically. Taking a specific idea, issue or theme in an artistic oeuvre or a particular work of art as our starting point, we work in groups on conceptual, explorative and process-oriented projects.
Moderna Museet has one of Europe’s finest collections of modern and contemporary art. It includes key works by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Dorothea Tanning, Andy Warhol and Niki de Saint Phalle.
Moderna Museet Collection
Stockholm 27 February 2015 - 31 December 2017
Öyvind Fahlström (1928-76) was born in São Paulo to Swedish-Norwegian parents. From the age of ten until 1961 he lived and worked primarily in Stockholm, thereafter in New York.
In the Collection: Öyvind Fahlström
Stockholm 7 March 2015 - 16 August 2015
Akram Zaatari (born 1966 in Saida, South Lebanon) compares his artistic
practice to that of an archaeologist. The excavation of objects, images and stories, and his interest in subjective historiography, take him deep into a not too distant past.
House of Bondage
Stockholm 17 March 2015 - 10 January 2016
Ernest Cole (1940–1990) grew up in a neighbourhood on the outskirts of Pretoria. He began photographing in his teens and worked as an assistant to a photographer at the picture magazine Drum in Johannesburg. His classification as coloured, rather than black, was a crucial distinction in the apartheid system of South Africa at the time. It meant ...
In the Collection: Ernest Cole
Stockholm 25 April 2015 - 25 October 2015
Moderna Museet presents the first exhibition of the Argentinian artist Adrián Villar Rojas in Scandinavia. Villar Rojas compares his practice to a virus that lives in and off the art world. Although his works are rarely overtly political, they are ideologically charged in how they are produced and positioned outside any economy. Time as the ...
Adrián Villar Rojas
Stockholm 13 June 2015 - 30 August 2015
After Babel is a major group show about the many languages that form part of contemporary art. The common denominator for the participating artists is that they build bridges between different languages and continents.
Stockholm 5 September 2015 - 6 December 2015
The American photographer Francesca Woodman (1958–1981) created a body of fascinating photographic works in a few intense years before her premature death. Her oeuvre has been the object of numerous in-depth studies and major exhibitions in recent years, and her photographs have inspired artists all over the world.
Stockholm 3 October 2015 - 17 January 2016
This autumn, Moderna Museet and ArkDes, the Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design are jointly organising an exhibition of Olafur Eliasson.
With Anna Riwkin and Björn Langhammer in the shadow of the welfare state
Stockholm 16 October 2015 - 24 January 2016
A good home for everyone is a photography-based exhibition about the Swedish majority society’s attitude to the Roma. The core of the exhibition consists of the photographic archives of Anna Riwkin and Björn Langhammer left to Moderna Museet and the National Library of Sweden respectively. Riwkin portrayed Swedish Roma with her camera in 1954-55, ...
A good home for everyone
Stockholm 14 November 2015 - 28 February 2016
Lina Selander is one of Sweden’s most innovative moving image artists. Her films and installations often focus on junctures in history where a system or physical place collapses and something new begins to emerge; the narrative of mechanical cinema giving way to that of digital video, or a political or economic system plummeting into a new one.