Date: Thursday 7 September
Time: at 17.00 – 18.00
Location: In the exhibition “Lotte Laserstein – A Divided Life”
Tickets: The lecture is included in the admission fee. No pre-registration required.
Their destinies are similar to each other’s. In Sweden, they found a new home, a new language and created a new existence. But living in exile also has great challenges. Landing in a new place and finding home also requires sacrifices.
About the author
Ana Valdés, born in 1953 in Montevideo in Uruguay, is a Swedish writer and translator.
In 2008, she published the novel Er tid skal komma Ordfront Förlag and has later published Yousefs Bok, Tolken and Den Grymma Kokboken at Vita Ludens publishing house.
Valdés writes for magazines such as Konkret and ETC and has translated Agneta Pleijel and Susanne Osten into Spanish.
The ground-breaking German-Swedish artist Lotte Laserstein (1898–1993) is one of the art world’s most exciting recent rediscoveries. “A Divided …
A Divided Life
The conditions of exile and finding a home in Sweden
Just like Lotte Laserstein, Ana Valdés ended up as a refugee in Sweden. Laserstein fled World War II Germany. Valdés fled the dictatorship in …
Lecture with Ana Valdés
To have a snack and eat and drink something delicious in connection with the museum visit is unbeatable! Sit down in our café, Kafé Sisko, to …