Malmö Konsthall
Malmö, Sweden

Since its opening in 1975, Malmö Konsthall has presented contemporary art that challenges and inspires. We present three to four exhibitions every year with international and local artists who reflect the world we live in today. The 2,000 square metre exhibition space is a blank canvas that transforms with every new exhibition. In this way it is able to become a unique extension of the art that is displayed.

We believe that art is always part of a bigger conversation. This is something that we aim to work with across all platforms, not only through exhibitions but also in our pioneering educational and events programme where we are able to situate what we do within a larger cultural context. Our work often extends to spaces outside of our premises in Malmö and is driven by genuine, long-term collaboration with communities and organisations.

We prioritise working directly with Malmö and its residents in a variety of ways and aim to balance our work in the city with our regional and international outreach. Malmö Konsthall is part of the Cultural Administration of the City of Malmö.

Malmo Konsthall

Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė, Vaiva Grainytė, and Lina Lapelytė, Sun & Sea
  • Ingela Ihrman |
  • Roman Signer |
  • Ceija Stojka |
  • Daishi Matsunaga |
  • Kim Demåne |
  • Kristine Kemp |
  • Hassan Sharif |
  • Marianne Andersson Embäck |
  • Åke Hodell |
  • Sun Ra
Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė, Vaiva Grainytė, and Lina Lapelytė, Sun & Sea
Malmö Konsthall
Malmö, Sweden

Since its opening in 1975, Malmö Konsthall has presented contemporary art that challenges and inspires. We present three to four exhibitions every year with international and local artists who reflect the world we live in today. The 2,000 square metre exhibition space is a blank canvas that transforms with every new exhibition. In this way it is able to become a unique extension of the art that is displayed.

We believe that art is always part of a bigger conversation. This is something that we aim to work with across all platforms, not only through exhibitions but also in our pioneering educational and events programme where we are able to situate what we do within a larger cultural context. Our work often extends to spaces outside of our premises in Malmö and is driven by genuine, long-term collaboration with communities and organisations.

We prioritise working directly with Malmö and its residents in a variety of ways and aim to balance our work in the city with our regional and international outreach. Malmö Konsthall is part of the Cultural Administration of the City of Malmö.

Malmo Konsthall

  • Ingela Ihrman |
  • Roman Signer |
  • Ceija Stojka |
  • Daishi Matsunaga |
  • Kim Demåne |
  • Kristine Kemp |
  • Hassan Sharif |
  • Marianne Andersson Embäck |
  • Åke Hodell |
  • Sun Ra
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    Spector Books
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