A little messier than usual at the museum through December 3. We are replacing all the lighting and rebuilding the foyer. Open as usual
You are warmly welcome to visit us, although it may be a little messy. Exhibitions, the Shop, the Restaurant and Café Blom are open just as usual. We are replacing all the lighting in the building with LED lights for the climate.
Maria Taube, curator Learning, talks about the artist Hilding Linnqvist.
Ticket to the guided tour is avaliable in the information desk the same day. Limited availability. No advance booking. Admission free. Welcome!
Immerse yourself in our large, rich art collection based on the theme ”A Room of One’s Own”. The Author Virginia Woolf’s essay “A Room of One’s Own” (1921) is written by a woman for women – male readers are forced to read through a woman’s gaze. Reader’s reactions to the essay are found in notes written in the library’s copies of Woolf’s book which the artist Kajsa Dahlberg has photocopied. Together with works by Tyra Lundgren, Siri Derkert, Charlotte Johannesson among others, this thematic tour highlights the work of women artists which largely have been rejected by the male dominated art world.
The guided tour is free and no booking is required.
Join art educator Jessica Eldenstjärna on a guided tour and meditation workshop at Moderna Museet! The guided tour runs for two hours, including the meditation. No previous knowledge required. Meditation cushions will be available. Tickets: 150 SEK per person. Buy your tickets at Tickster.
Collage was used by early Cubists, Dadaists and Surrealists who mixed various techniques and objects in their artworks. In assemblages they added found, three dimensional objects. On the tour we will see, among others, ”African Stand” by David Hammons and works by Meret Oppenheim, Frida Orupabo and Öyvind Fahlström. We will also look more closely at Robert Rauschenberg’s “Monogram” which consists of found objects, such as a goat with paint and a rubber tire, combined with traditional painting. The guided tour is free and no booking is required. Welcome!
Experience the collection with one of our guides. Join us for a free guided tour and discover artists and works from the collection. The guided tour is about 30–45 minutes. Free admission. No advance booking. Welcome!