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Lea Porsager , GRAVITATIONAL RIPPLES, Stockholm, 2018 © Lea Porsager. Photo: Ricard Estay / Public Art Agency Sweden

Lea Porsager

21.11 2020 – 10.1 2021

Stockholm

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With an oeuvre that is based in research and spans themes such as mysticism, feminism, and science, Lea Porsager uses a wide array of artistic media and approaches, including sculpture, filmmaking and writing.

The exhibition is Lea Porsager’s first major solo show in Sweden, and will consist entirely of new works.

Lea Porsager is born 1981, she lives and works in Copenhagen and has participated in exhibitions such as documenta 13 (2012) and the 14th Istanbul Biennale (2015). In 2018, her ”Gravitational Ripples” was inaugurated on Djurgården in Stockholm – an earthwork commissioned to honour the Swedish victims of the tsunami disaster in South East Asia.

Curator: Lars Bang Larsen

Admissions

21 November 2020–17 January 2021

Admission: 170 kr
Reduced admission: 140 kr (for seniors and students)

Including the exhibition Alberto Giacometti.

19 January–14 February 2021

Admission: 100 kr
Reduced admission: 70 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 2nd floor

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