June 23, 2020–September 12, 2021, at The Gustavsberg Porcelain Museum
Lisa Larson is perhaps Sweden's most famous ceramicist, and her figurines are certainly the most popular. The exhibition is the first to be presented following the reopening of the newly renovated Gustavsberg Porcelain Museum. It comprises approximately 200
May 18, 2021–April 18, 2022
This exhibition focuses on visual storytelling in Nordic art during the 19th and early 20th centuries. It includes a number of works by artists such as Carl Larsson, Elsa Beskow, Ernst Josephson and August Malmström, all from Nationalmuseum’s collections.
June 1–August 29, 2021 at Gripsholm Castle, Mariefred
Meet 23 persons who migrated to Sweden, from the mid 17th Century until today. They have all played a crucial role in Swedish history and have actively contributed to the development of our society.
At Central Stations Around Sweden
The exhibition Public Space is a collaboration between Jernhusen and Nationalmuseum, showing reproductions of paintings from Nationalmuseum’s collections. See the exhibition at central stations all around Sweden.