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Annika Elisabeth von Hausswolff, The Photographer, 2015 © Annika von Hausswolff. Photo: Prallan Allsten/Moderna Museet

Annika Elisabeth von Hausswolff

13.2 – 9.5 2021

Stockholm

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Annika Elisabeth von Hausswolff belongs to the generation of Swedish artists who emerged in the early 1990s, inspired visually by postmodernist art and theory. See photographs and objects, spanning from her entire career, in dialogue with a personal selection of works from the Moderna Museet collection.

Annika Elisabeth von Hausswolff is born in 1967. She represented Sweden at the 48th Venice Biennale in 1999. Several of her early works relate to the situation of vulnerable women; the theme of violence features frequently, as in her well-known work ”Hey Buster! What Do You Know About Desire?” from 1995. She has elaborated on psychoanalytical themes and also explored sculpture, fabric and installations.

In the exhibition you will encounter photographs and objects spanning from her entire career. As part of the exhibition, she will also engage with the Moderna Museet collection, making a personal selection of works, which will be presented in dialogue with the artist’s own oeuvre.

Curator: Anna Tellgren

Admissions

Admission: 150 kr
Reduced admission: 120 kr (for seniors and students)

Free admission for those 18 and under and Friends of Moderna Museet.

School visit

Welcome to visit the exhibition with you school class! To avoid double bookings for guided tours, please contact our booking office in good time and notify us of the date of your visit. E-mail: booking office

Free admission for:

  • School classes with pupils under the age 18 (with a teacher)
  • Accompanying teachers and assistants
  • SFI-classes

Book a guided tour or workshop

Combine your museum visit with a guided tour or an inspiring workshop session. We have different workshops for pupils 13 years and older, and 4–12 years old.

Book a guided tour and/or workshop

Read more about school visits: School

The exhibition is on the 4th floor

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