Press materials

This is where you will find press releases and press images from exhibitions and settings in Moderna Museet in Stockholm and Moderna Museet Malmö. As a journalist or if you are reporting on our activities and exhibitions in some other capacity, you are most welcome to use these materials.

PRESS IMAGES

Press images are available prior to and during the respective exhibition period. These images may only be used in connection with reports about the relevant exhibition or Moderna Museet’s activities in general. The images must not be cropped or altered in any way, neither in print nor when published on the internet. Captions and any information about copyright must always be included.
Images of works of art are protected by Swedish copyright law (SFS 1960:729).

CURRENT PRESS MATERIAL

Photo of hanging sculpture made of metalparts
Lars Englund, Relativ, 1982 Photo: Albin Dahlström/Moderna Museet

Lars Englund – Under Construction

Malmö, 18.2 2023 – 3.9 2023

Lars Englund’s art is characterized by exploration and could be described as “work in progress.” Englund has collaborated with cement and rubber factories, bases his work on machine parts and industrial materials, changes scale from model to monumental, and finds inspiration in subways and Baroque architecture alike. This exhibition spans from paintings Englund made the early 1950s that have rarely been shown to sculptures from the 2000s.
woman in garden
Alberta Whittle, Alberta Whittle, RESET (still from film), 2020 Co-commissioned & co-produced by Frieze and Forma. Courtesy the artist and The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd., Glasgow

Twilight Land

Malmö, 29.10 2022 – 9.4 2023

Twilight Land is an international group exhibition featuring several large-scale new commissions. It explores the feeling of standing on the threshold of the unknown. Of realising that the world and our lives  cannot continue in the same way, but not knowing what is to come. Through sculptural installation, film, and painting, the exhibition tries to portray this state of liminality – the twilight land.
Two persons hugging
Nan Goldin, The Hug, New York City (1980) From slideshow The Ballad of Sexual Dependency, 1981–2022 © Nan Goldin

NAN GOLDIN “THIS WILL NOT END WELL”

Moderna Museet presents the work of photographer Nan Goldin as a filmmaker in a new retrospective

Stockholm, 29.10 2022 – 26.2 2023

“I have always wanted to be a filmmaker. My slideshows are films made up of stills,” says Nan Goldin. Moderna Museet’s retrospective is the first exhibition to present a comprehensive overview of Goldin’s work as a filmmaker. The exhibition is installed in six unique buildings designed by Hala Wardé, an architect whom frequently works with Goldin. Each building is designed in response to the specific piece. Together they constitute a village. (NOTE. Please, do not use Nan Goldin’s own images in social media channels. If you would need  guidance, please contact press- and PR manager Annika Hansson Wret man press@modernamuseet.se)
A man's face beneath water
Korakrit Arunanondchai & Alex Gvojic, From "Songs for Living ", 2021 Still image from HD Video: Korakrit Arunanondchai & Alex Gvojic. Courtesy of the artists and Bangkok CityCity Gallery, Bangkok, Carlos/Ishikawa, London, C L E A R I N G, New York/Brussels, Kukje Gallery, Seoul/Busan. Co-commissioned by Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst and Kunstverein in Hamburg with support from FACT, Liverpool.

Korakrit Arunanondchai

From dying to living

Stockholm, 17.9 2022 – 9.4 2023

What brings us together and what divides us? Gatherings, both ritualistic and political, are at the core of Korakrit Arunanondchai’s work. In this exhibition the celebrated artist explores the threshold between life and death, as a space where new possibilities can be imagined, involving the individual and the collective. On show are a number of new works in immersive settings, by an artist who can rightly call himself a storyteller.
Color photography, portrait by Elisabeth Millqvist
Elisabeth Millqvist Photo: Henrik Palmberg

Elisabeth Millqvist the new head of Moderna Museet Malmö

Malmö, 25.3 2022

Elisabeth Millqvist has been working since 2011 as Co-director and Artistic Director for Wanås Konst. She will assume her position as Director for Moderna Museet Malmö on August 1, 2022.
Painting with two people with blue background
Cecilia Edefalk, Another Movement, 1990–99 Photo: Prallan Allsten/Moderna Museet

Conditioned Movement

Works from the Moderna Museet collection

Malmö, 26.2 2022 – 29.1 2023

Moderna Museet Malmö’s 2022 collection exhibition, entitled Conditioned Movement, examines universal and existential themes such as time and materiality in relation to museum conservation work. The exhibition features several rarely shown works dating from the middle of the nineteenth century to today, presenting them in new dialogues.

Gitte Ørskou is the Director of Moderna Museet

2.9 2019

On June 13, Gitte Ørskou was appointed Director of Moderna Museet. She took up her position on September 2, 2019. Between 2009 and August 31 2019, Gitte Ørskou was the director of Kunsten Museum of Modern Art in Aalborg, Denmark. Before that, Ms Ørskou was curator and later head curator of ARoS Aarhus Art Museum. In addition to these roles, Gitte Ørskou has held several positions of trust, including chair of the Danish Arts Foundation.

The Shop

The Moderna Museet’s shop offers an exciting selection of products for all ages at all price levels with focus on art from the 20th and 21st centuries.

The Restaurant

Regardless of the time of year, not many views can match the one from the restaurant at Moderna Museet. The fully-licensed restaurant has self-service, offering a varied menu featuring modern versions of classic dishes composed by Malin Söderström.

Moderna Museet Stockholm

The Moderna Museet in Stockholm is located on the city island of Skeppsholmen in a building designed by the Spanish architect Rafael Moneo, and was inaugurated in 1998.

Moderna Museet Malmö

The Moderna Museet in Malmö opened the 26 of December 2009 found in an old former electricity station. It war originally designed by John Smedberg in 1901, but has been transformed into a modern exhibition space by the Tham & Videgård Hansson Architects firm.

Published 22 October 2015 · Updated 11 January 2023