Collaborations and loans

The Nationalmuseum building in Stockholm is currently under renovation and scheduled to open again in 2018. In the meantime, the museum continues its activities, among other things, through loans and collaborations in Sweden and abroad.

Cord, The Power Aware Cord, RISE Interactive, Poweraware AB. Photo: RISE Interactive. Märta Mattsson, Wings, brooch. Photo: Märta Mattsson.

Cord, The Power Aware Cord, RISE Interactive, Poweraware AB. Photo: RISE Interactive. Märta Mattsson, Wings, brooch. Photo: Märta Mattsson.

CROSSING BORDERS – SMART DESIGN

Terminal 5, Arlanda Airport
28 June–30 September 2017

These are exciting times for the design world. New technology is creating new opportunities, but there are major challenges involved in building a sustainable society. Crossing Borders–Smart Design, an exhibition presented in partnership with Swedavia, showcases products by Swedish designers in the fields of digital communication, digital manufacturing and sustainable design. The exhibition will meet travellers departing from Terminal 5, Stockholm Arlanda Airport, starting 28 June.
More about the exhibition 

Public Space

Gävle Central Station
4 May–31 December 2017

Malmö Central Station
17 March–31 May 2017

19 December 2016–May 2017
Västerås Central Station

2 June 2016–31 March 2017
Norrköping Central Station 

Bild från Norrköpings Centralstation. Utställningen Det offentliga rummet. Foto: Per Myrehed.
Norrköping Central Station

The exhibition Public Space is a collaboration between Jernhusen and Nationalmuseum, showing reproductions of paintings from Nationalmuseum’s collections. See the exhibition at Norrköping and Västerås central stations.
More about the exhibition.

Transformations – Six Artists from Sweden

The Palazzo Mocenigo, Venice, Italy
10 May–1 October 2017 

Transformations presents contemporary Swedish art jewellery. It highlights six very different artistic approaches with works by Tobias Alm, Sara Borgegård Älgå, Hanna Hedman, Catarina Hällzon, Hanna Hedman, Agnes Larsson and Märta Mattsson. All the artists are represented in Nationalmuseum’s collections. More about the exhibition.

ANDERS ZORN.
LE PEINTRE DE LA SUÈDE FIN-DE-SIÈCLE.

Petit Palais, Paris
15 September – 17 December 2017

Following on from the Carl Larsson exhibition in 2014, this autumn the Petit Palais in Paris will present a major retrospective of works by Anders Zorn. The exhibition will focus on Zorn’s watercolours and etchings, along with some of his photographs, and will include works on loan from Nationalmuseum, Zornmuseet in Mora and various private collections.

Eye to Eye

Jamtli, Östersund
October 2017 – January 2018

An exhibition for children featuring images of portraits from the past, displayed in a way that allows young visitors to get up close and see eye to eye with the people who were painted long ago. A chance to study some fascinating historical portraits and to reflect on what the subjects’ clothing, facial expressions and body language tell us about them. Co-produced with Folkets Hus och Parker.

Öga mot öga, från utställningen i Kiruna.Oskar Vourinens, Bergaskolan i Kiruna, åk 1 jan 2016 Foto: Nationalmuseum
Eye to Eye, Oskar Vourinens, The Berga Schoolskolan ini Kiruna, Jjan 2016


 

 



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