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 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).


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Moki Cherry, D.C. (cropped), 1981 Photo: Prallan Allsten/Moderna Museet Bildupphovsrätt 2023

Moki Cherry

Malmö, 23.9 2023 – 3.3 2024

Moderna Museet Malmö opens “Moki Cherry – A Journey Eternal” on Saturday, September 23, in connection with Malmö Gallery Weekend. The exhibition is the largest presentation to date of the artist’s works.
Monica Sjöö, The Goddess at Avebury and Silbury, 1978 © Museum Anna Nordlander, Skellefteå (deposition from The Estate of Monica Sjöö). Photo: Krister Hägglund/Skellefteå museum 2014

Monica Sjöö

The Great Cosmic Mother

Stockholm, 13.5 2023 – 15.10 2023

Monica Sjöö (1938–2005) was a Swedish-British artist, activist, writer and eco-feminist. Art, politics and spirituality are inseparable in her oeuvre, and Sjöö became a key figure in the British women’s liberation movement. With a deep commitment to women’s rights and environmentalism, she fought uncompromisingly for freedom from any form of oppression. This retrospective exhibition introduces visitors to works that were all created to promote social change, causing controversy and cries for censorship at the time. Their subject matter and messages are just as relevant today.
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Lotte Laserstein, Self Portrait with Cat, 1928 Leicester Museums & Galleries Photo: Albin Dahlström/Moderna Museet. ©Leicester Museums & Galleries/Bridgeman Images/TT Bildupphovsrätt 2023

Lotte Laserstein — A Divided Life

Malmö, 6.5 2023 – 1.10 2023

The ground-breaking German-Swedish artist Lotte Laserstein (1898–1993) is one of the art world’s most exciting recent rediscoveries. “A Divided Life”, which is on view in the museum’s great Turbine Hall, is the largest exhibition of Laserstein’s work to date in the Nordic Region.

Published 22 October 2015 · Updated 11 January 2023