Program 2019


MICHAEL RAKOWITZ – The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist (Room G)
Friday 13.9 at 6–9 pm

7 pm opening ceremony and welcoming speeches
Mats Stjernstedt, Director
Lina Al-Nahar, Chairman Iraqi Cultural Association Malmö
Pernilla Conde Hellman, Director of Culture, City of Malmö

Live music performance
Babylon sång i Malmö / Traditional Iraqi folk music
Qithara / Songs from Mesopotamia

The opening event is made in partnership with Iraqi Cultural Association Malmö

The restaurant is open until midnight. Book a table, +46 (0)40 50 50 35.
Free of charge and open for everyone. Warmly welcome!

Image: Michael Rakowitz, The invisible enemy should not exist. (Room G, Northwest Palace of Nimrud, Room G-24) detail. Photo: Robert Chase Heishman

Processed with VSCO with fp8 preset

ARTIST'S TALK: Michael Rakowitz
Saturday 14.9 at 2 pm

Main exhibition hall

Artist-led tour and talk with Michael Rakowitz and Mats Stjernstedt, Director of Malmö Konsthall.

In English.
Admission free, welcome!

Image: Michael Rakowitz, 2019. Photo Malmö Konsthall


PRINT WORKSHOP with Skate Malmö Street
18.8 at 2.30–3.30 pm


Stop by and have a look at the prints and graphic workshop that Skate Malmö Street participates in.

Collaboration:  Malmö Konsthall, KKV Grafik Malmö och SMS


MENA TALKS: Nationalism
Sunday 15.9, 12–4 pm


An event by Migration Memory Encounters project (MME) that was formed in 2017 to create a platform for the various art forms from migrant artists to showcase their work and begin a vital conversation with the Swedish society. This track aims in creating a thematic public discussion forum with arrangements on important political and social topics but based on literature, art, film, and activism.

MENA talks will focus on Middle East and North Africa Mellanöstern och Nordafrika in connection with the Michael Rakowitz exhibition The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist (Room G) at Malmö Konsthall. Rakowitz’ first European survey show was on view at Whitechapel Gallery in London until the 25th of August.

Participants: Behrouz Boochani, Hashem Ahmadzadeh, Rahel Weldeab Sebhatu, Hadi Muhialdeen, Ashraf Haddad, Michael Rakowitz, Sandi Hilal, Joanna Lombard among others.
Mena Nationalism

In Swedish, English and Arabic.
Free entrance and limited number of seats.
MME is funded by the Swedish Arts Council and the City of Malmö.

Image: Installation view: Michael Rakowitz, Whitechapel Gallery, London, 2019. Photo: Stephen White

Le petit touriste_10-16_cut

SCREENING: Joëlle de La Casinière
Sunday 25.8 at 3 pm


The French artist and filmmaker Joëlle de La Casinière will present a few of her experimental short films. Over 130 of Joëlle de La Casinère’s remarkable collages, Tablotins (1970–2014), and her work Tablotins musiqués (2018) are currently shown in the summer exhibition Three Moral Tales together with 20 of her artist’s books.

The screening will start with a short conversation between Joëlle de La Casinière and Mats Stjernstedt, Director of Malmö Konsthall. NB: In English

Download the film program

About the films:

Cargadores, Peru 1971, 16mm, black and white (DVD with music, 2007,  by Jacques Lederlin), 13 min. In the streets of Cuzco there are human beings who carry the huge bundle of all the world’s woes on their backs. Carlos Ferrand’s camera sees just them, and follows them one after the other, much more laden than beasts of burden, with panoramic shots of the time it takes them to cross the field.

Le petit touriste, Peru 1975, 16mm, colour,  26 minutes.
A “train movie” in the Urubamba valley, where a young gringo seems to be having bad dreams. All this racket of the train and the sound of a local band punctuate the elliptical editing of a phoney narrative, which pretends to end in Cuzco.

Again On The Seas, Bruxelles 2015,  video colour, 30 min. Music by Jacques Lederlin.
During the shooting of several films in Peru, 1974, the whole team of Montfaucon fellows at a certain point took a trip across the Andes. Riding their Land Rover, they had the idea of photgraphing constantly the huge landscapes through the car window in motion. These Ektachromes shot with a Leica 50mm lens became many many years later a precious archive, which has been digitalized, cleaned up and edited on original music by Jacques Lederlin.

Suite, Peru 1975, super 8 blown up to 16mm, black and white, 20 minutes. Music by Jacques Lederlin.
Street mechanics in Lima. Standing near a ditch dug beside the highway, they dance on the spot and hail cars as they brandish exhaust pipes. The image is grainy, with contrasting black and white. No synchronous sound but a musical distortion, using the cello, of limbo for a ghostly and yet facetious film: Los mecánicos, emerging from their graves, haunt the street, joking and playing foot-ball.

Free entrance, places are limited.

Image: Joëlle de La Casinière, Le petit touriste, Peru 1975. Filmstill.


ARTIST TALK: Kristine Kemp
Wednesday 14.8 at 18.30 pm


The Danish artist Kristine Kemp talks about her work presented in Mellanrummet at Malmö Konsthall. The presentation is comprised of pre-existing works on the concrete wall plus sketches and a few new projects occupying the interior of the glass vitrine.

Kristine Kemp was born in Copenhagen in 1966 and trained at the Royal Danish Art Academy in Copenhagen (1988–1994) and the Slade School of Fine Art in London (1993–1995). She has been living in Malmö since 2015.

The talk will be held in English.
Free entrance, places are limited.

Image: Installation view. Kristine Kemp, Mellanrummet, Malmö Konsthall 2019. Photo: Helene Toresdotter

Processed with VSCO with au5 preset

WORKSHOP: Malmö Konsthall at Malmöfestivalen
Sunday 11.8 at 11 am – 6 pm
Monday 12.8 & Tuesday 13.8 at 12 – 6 pm


Textile sculpture. A workshop created by Charlotte Walentin Charlotte Walentin in collaboration with Malmö Konsthall. We collectively create a textile art work from different materials. For all ages.


THEMED THURSDAY: Synthesizer workshop with Elin Piel
27.6 2–5pm


For ages 12 to 18 years.

Elin Piel is a Country loving guitarist that fell for modular synths. She gives an introduction to modular synths and explain why she uses them. And also give insight to how she creates music.

Image: Laimonis Brakss


19.6–7.8: 1–4.30 pm


Open for everyone!
Our creative workshop is open for all ages every Wednesday this summer. We start with a short guided tour and then create together, using different techniques inspired by the exhibition.

Guided tour 1 pm. Workshop 1.30–4.30 pm

Image: Installation view. Ana Jotta, 2019.


Allaktivitetshusen + Malmö Konsthall

Malmö Konsthall visits Allaktivitetshusen with free workshops.

MONDAY 17 & WEDNESDAY 19 of June at 2–4 pm: Lindängen
TUESDAY 25 & THURSDAY 27 of June at 2–4 pm: Apelgård
MONDAY 1 &WEDNESDAY 3 of July at 2–4 pm: Hermodsdal


20.6 at 2–5 pm
4.7 at 2–5 pm


Themed Thursday day for you 12-18 years.
Cut ‘n’ Paste! Through repetition and collage of graphic forms we create posters together with graphic designer Daniel Christensen and illustrator Jakob Warg.

Image: Anne-Mie Van Kerchkoven. De Profundis, 1986. Painting-collage on PVC with iron hinges. Photographer: Peter Cox. Courtesy Zeno X Gallery, Antwerp 


GUIDED TOUR / Three Moral Tales
Saturday 15.6 at 2 pm

Main exhibition hall

 Join a guided tour of the exhibition Three Moral Tales with curator François Piron, the artists Joëlle de la Casinière, Ana Jotta och Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven, and Director Mats Stjernstedt.

Free of charge

Image: Joëlle de La Casinière, Tablotin: Mother, 2014. Mixed technique on card-board


MOLNHOPPET (The cloud jump) – a lecture
Wednesday 7 August, 3 pm


Molnhoppet is an encounter with a fantastic story in which a person’s fate is challenged and rewritten. A jump straight out into the clouds. Olle Saloranta Strandberg’s story of his crash landing, the road back, and a tribute to the accident.

Olle Saloranta Strandberg is a director and choreographer for contemporary circuses.

In Swedish. The talk lasts for about 1 hour 20 mins.
Free admission, places are limited.
Co-organised with Saloranta & de Vylder.


OPENING: The Danish Photobook 1919–2019

Wednesday 15.5 at 5–7 pm

What qualifies a book to be a photobook, and what qualifies it to be selected as a particularly good and important one? This exhibition presents a selection of about 50 to 75 photobooks from 1919 to 2019, including Dyrehaven by Sigvart Werner, which was published in 1919 and considered to be the first Danish photobook. The presentation is part of the work with an upcoming book about 200 good and important photobooks over a 100-year period. The curators and editors are Carsten Brandt, who has written about photography for many years, Tommy Kirkegaard, antiquarian book dealer, and Finn Larsen, who is a photographer and visual artist.

Part of Copenhagen Photo Festival 2019.

Image: Sigvart Werner, Dyrehaven, 1919 (cover)


6 – 12.5 2019


This library collection of 82 artists’ books by invited artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden gives a unique insight into the practice of making books in this part of the world at this moment in time.

Each artist provided the project with the first eleven books of their edition, to create ten identical libraries. In exchange for their contribution the artists each received a randomly chosen eleventh book.

The A6 book formats range from concertina, pamphlet, multiple section hand stitched, stab bound, map folds and several unique constructions. The works incorporate a variety of techniques such as screenprint, Riso, etching, relief, woodcut, linocut, lithograph, digital, drawing, painting and collage. Materials include paper, card, cloth, wood, plastic, metal and leather. Each library contains a catalogue and a poster, alongside critical writings about artists’ books from this geographical region. These texts are produced as A6 pamphlets and will be added to, as a continuation of the project.

Biblotek Nordica is a Codex Polaris production coordinated by Imi Maufe in collaboration with Megan Adie and Bent Kvisgaard. It was created for the international focus at the Codex book fair in the San Francisco Bay Area, in February 2019 and serves as a resource for artists’ books from this the Nordic countries.



C-salen at 5 pm

Stiftelsen Malmö Konsthall av år 1931’s award cermony. This year’s awarded artist will give an artist’s talk. N.B.! In Swedish.

Admission free.
In cooperation with Stiftelsen Malmö Konsthall av år 1931.



BOOK RELEASE: File Under: The Work / Björn Lövin
Saturday 11.5 at 2–4 pm

Mellanrummet/Malmö Konsthall Bookshop

Null & Void Books present the book File Under: The Work / Björn Lövin, which contains a walkthrough from an unrealised ”total exhibition” based on Björn Lövin´s oeuvre; and essays by Lisa Rosendahl and Emily Segal. The graphic design is by Jonas Williamsson. This is the fourth title released on Null & Void Books.

Björn Lövin (1937–2009) was one of the first Swedish installation artists and his large scale works was critical to totalitarian systems, ranging from the People’s Home (Folkhemmet) to the consumption society, which includes some and excludes others and attract by offering safety, but at the cost of individual freedom. His career started with a solo show at Moderna Museet curated by Pontus Hultén and included solo shows at Centre Pompidou in Paris, Liljevalchs and Kulturhuset in Stockholm and at

Malmö Konsthall ((1988/9) amongst others.

In two sketches, one in english and one in swedish, the idea of the ”total exhibition” is presented, and this were to include most of his works, mostly large installation pieces and his films, as a concluding gesamtkunstwerk. In the book Lövin’s idea of the total exhibition ”Le Travail” is recreated by a digitally visualisation in 3D, creating a digital spatiality that simulate a physical one.

The book is sold in Malmö Konsthall Bookshop at a special price during the book release.

Image: Cover of the book File Under: The Work / Björn Lövin


Wednesday 15.5 at 7 pm


Odd Matter Studio, consisting of Els Woldhek and Georgi Manassiev, is based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The duo met in London at the Royal College of Art (MA Design Products) and have been working together ever since. The studio operates in the borderland between art and design, working with processes and materials in a spirit characterised by exploration and curiosity. Techniques from various historical periods meet in the designers’ works, resulting in unique and unexpected concepts and objects. The two designers work playfully with materials and find new surface treatments and areas of use, such as in their furniture series Guise, in which the scagliola technique, a hand-painted marbling technique from 17th-century Italy, is mingled with rainbow-shimmering car body paint.

The Odd Matter design studio is coming to Malmö as part of the Iaspis international residency programme. The two designers will be resident in Malmö during May and June, hosted by Form/Design Center. In conjunction with their visit, Malmö Konsthall and Form/Design Center are jointly hosting an artists’ talk.

In English. Admission is free but places are limited.
Co-organisers: Form/Design Center and Iaspis (the Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Programme for Visual and Applied Artists).

Image: Odd Matter (Georgi Manassiev and Els Woldhek)


POETRY READING: SPEED 2 / Konst → Litteratur
Wednesday 24.4 at 7 pm

Main exhibition hall

Malmö Konsthall has in collaboration with Malmö City Library invited five poets to write on works in the SPEED 2 exhibition. The poets Ursula Andkjær Olsen, Tammam Hunaidy and Johan Jönson will perform their contributions and other texts live. Tonight’s host is Per Bergström, Malmö City Library. In Swedish.

The result is published in a booklet in Swedish and English entitled SPEED 2 / Art → Literature. The publication is available free at both Malmö Konsthall and Malmö City Libraries. The participating writers plus the artists whose works in the exhibition were used as a starting point: Ursula Andkjær Olsen – Adelhyd van Bender, Aase Berg – Bruce Conner/Emily Feather/Anonymouse, Ida Börjel – Leslie Thornton, Tammam Hunaidy – Horst Ademeit and Johan Jönson – James Richards.

Free admission, but places are limited.
Co-organiser: Malmö City Library

Image: Cover of the booklet SPEED 2 / Konst → Litteratur


BABY RAVE with Intonal
Sunday 28.4, 2–4 pm


Drop-in baby rave for all the little ones with DJs Rasmus Alkestrand & Sona. Come and dance. If you haven’t learned how to dance yet, crawling is always a valid option. The volume will be tailored for tiny ears.

Free admission, but places are limited.
Co-organiser: Intonal Experimental Music Festival and Inkonst

Image: DJ Rasmus Alkestrand


SOUND WORKSHOP with Limpe Fuchs
Saturday 27.4, 1–3 pm


Sound workshop with the German composer and sound artist Limpe Fuchs for children between 8–12 years. Limpe Fuchs invites young adepts of sound to play her instruments as well as bring their own. Swedish and English speaking kids are all welcome (interpreters will be at hand). Please note that pre-registration is required.

Register here

Co-organiser: Intonal Experimental Music Festival and Inkonst

Image: Limpe Fuchs


(Svenska) Påskverkstad på biblioteken
15–18 april

(Svenska) På områdesbiblioteken

Sorry, this entry is only available in Swedish.


Saturday 4.5 at 3 pm


This documentary-portrait by the artist Michael Bauer and the director Marcus Werner Hed is a poignant journey into the work and life of Horst Ademeit (1937–2010), with an in-depth interview, an exploration of the places he lived in and which appear in his polaroids, and his own interpretation of them. Ademeit documented the impact of cold rays – radiations that he considered a healthhazard and a potential threat; and built up an archive of thousands of inscribed polaroids. Some of his polaroids are shown in the current exhibition SPEED 2.

The film ADEMEIT (2010) is produced by Punderson Gardens, London. In German with English subtitles. Length: 26 minutes.

Free admission, but places are limited.

Image: ADEMEIT, film still, directed by Michael Bauer and Marcus Werner Hed


Film screening: CROSSROADS by Bruce Conner
Wednesday 17.4 at 7 pm


CROSSROADS is a legendary short film directed by Bruce Conner in 1976 with original music by Patrick Gleeson and Terry Riley. It features 37 minutes of extreme slow-motion replays of the July 25, 1946 “Operation Crossroads”. “Operation Crossroads” was the name of the first two of twenty-three nuclear weapons tests the United States conducted at Bikini Atoll between 1946 and 1958. Both tests involved the detonation of a weapon with a yield equivalent to twenty-three million tons of TNT–the same as the atom bomb dropped on Nagasaki. More than seven hundred cameras, and approximately five hundred camera operators surrounded the test site. Nearly half the world’s supply of film was at Bikini for the tests, making these explosions the most thoroughly photographed moment in history.

Image: Bruce Conner, CROSSROADS (1976, 35mm, b&w/sound, 37 min.); © Conner Family Trust, San Francisco


AFTER WORK with Intonal
Friday 26.4, 5–7 pm

Mellanrummet/Restaurant Smak

A warmly welcome to an after-work event with Kali (DJ) and Golden Ivy as part of Intonal Experimental Music Festival. Restaurant Smak’s bar is open.

Co-organiser: Intonal Experimental Music Festival and Inkonst

Kali (DJ)
Kali is not only the name of the Hindu Goddess associated with sexuality and death, as featured in the well known documentary Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. It’s also the name of one of the brightest shining stars in Malmö’s murky club universe. As a DJ, Kali usually displays her more laidback side but beware: Unpredictability is the core characteristic of both the Goddess and the DJ.

Golden Ivy
Hailing from the north of Sweden, the now Malmö-based producer Ivar Lantz has quickly shaped his own eccentric sound as a solo artist under the name Golden Ivy as well as through his collaborations with Prins Emanuel on the duos own label Fasaan Recordings. At the Intonal After Work Concert, Golden Ivy will perform a semi-improvised live set with acoustic elements and electronics. Oddball touches of left-handed debauchery contrasted by simplicity and repetition.


Saturday April 6 at 1.30–4 pm

Creative workshop in Finnish for the whole family inspired by the exhibition SPEED 2.
Starts with a guided tour. Recommended age from 4 years.
Free of charge, with limited number of seats.

Bookings no later than April 5 to:


Exhibition Konstlyftet: INUTI
28.3 – 22.4


KONSTLYFTET exhibits in K-salen.

KONSTLYFTET – a joint venture between Daglig verksamhet LSS Annexet, Bokbytet, Butik Holmgången, Fabriken, Geijersgatan, Getgatan, Kronan, Kulladal, Kulturhuset Teamus, Lindeborg, Linnéhuset, Pappersmakarna, Passagen, Redaktionen and Valborg plus KKV Grafik and Malmö Konsthall


Wednesday 10.4, 6–7 pm

Introduction at 5.30 pm
Main exhibition hall

How are current political situations reflected in contemporary art, and can the latter make us realise something about our political history? Sydsvenskans salonger is a new collaboration between Malmö Konsthall and the regional newspaper Sydsvenskan in which debate and topics for discussions takes its starting point in the Konsthall’s exhibitions.

Wednesday 10 April 6–7 pm, a talk will be given between Bengt Norborg, foreign correspondent and host of SVT’s Korrespondenterna, Tomas Ries, Associate Professor in strategy and security policies at the National Defence College, Stockholm, and Anna Davour, science journalist and physicist. The moderator is Heidi Avellan, chief political editor at HD/Sydsvenskan.

The invited guests, as well as the exhibition SPEED 2, will discuss the similarities and parallels between the global political climate during the Cold War and the prevailing mood of today with growing climate anxiety and paranoia

The event starts at 5.30 pm with an introduction to the exhibition SPEED 2 by Mats Stjernstedt, Director of Malmö Konsthall.

Co-organised with Sydsvenskan. In Swedish.
Free admission, places are limited.

Images: Bengt Norborg. Photo: Marco Nilson; Tomas Reis. Photo: Rickard Kilström; Anna Davour. Photo: private

Leslie Thornton, Jennifer, Where Are You?, 1981 (still). 16mm film transferred to digital video. Courtesy the artist and Rodeo, London/Piraeus

Sunday 7.3 at 3 pm


The American artist Leslie Thornton has worked with film since 1975. In her films, she explores how meaning can be created, produced and distributed via and within media. Thornton: “I see myself as writing with media, and I position the viewer as an active reader, not a consumer. The goal is not a product, but shared thought.”

The first part of her epic film series Peggy and Fred in Hell (1984–2014), The Prologue, will be shown together with some of her experimental short films.

Jennifer, Where Are You?, 1981 (10 min.)
Peggy and Fred in Hell: The Prologue, 1985 (21 min.)
Strange Space, 1993 (4 min.)
The Last Time I Saw Ron, 1994 (12 min.)
Barbie Melts, 2017 (11 min.)
Courtesy konstnären and Rodeo, London/Piraeus

In cooperation with IFEMA – International Female Film Festival Malmö
Free admission but places are limited.

Image: Leslie Thornton, Jennifer, Where Are You?, 1981 (still). 16mm film transferred to digital video. Courtesy the artist and Rodeo, London/Piraeus

Leslie Thornton_Cut from Liquid to Snake_2018_edit

Saturdays & Sundays 16.3–26.5
1–4.30 pm


Weekend workshop, open for everyone. Be inspired by the exhibition SPEED 2 and create your own art. Starts with a guided tour at 1 pm.

Free of charge.

N.B. no workshops on Easter Eve and Easter Day, 20.4 och 21.4
27.4, 28.4 Weekend workshop special, more information soon.

Image: Leslie Thornton. Cut From Liquid to Snake, 2018. HD Video, 27 min (still). Courtesy of the artist & Rodeo, London/Piraeus


Wednesday 27.3 at 7 pm

Main exhibition hall

Join the Malmö poet on a specially composed guided tour of the ongoing exhibition. Ida Börjel singles out selected art works with a poetry reading and comments.

Ida Börjel was born in 1975 and lives in Malmö. She debuted in 2004 with Sond, which won an award for the best debut poetry collection. She has since published another four poetry collections, which are characterised by a curiosity about language and the world outside literature. With a clearly political appeal, she has succeeded in capturing our collective feeling and recollection of division and guilt, and the power and manipulative ability of language. She was nominated for the August Prize for her poetry collection Ma and has been translated into more than 10 languages.

Börjel is one of five poets who has written a new text for the publication SPEED 2 / Konst → Litteratur (SPEED 2 / Art → Literature). Malmö Konsthall has joined forces with Malmö City Library and invited the poets to write something based on works in the SPEED 2 exhibition. The publication is available free at both Malmö Konsthall and Malmö City Libraries.

Free admission but places are limited.

Image: Ida Börjel. Photo: private

Horst Ademeit_0551_11_04_1992_inscribed_polaroid_detail_Estate_of_Horst_Ademeit_Delmes_Zander_Cologne

Saturday 16.3 at 2 pm

Main exhibition hall

Introduction to the new exhibition SPEED 2 with Fatima Hellberg, curator, James Richards, artist and curator, and the artists Terence McCormack and Tolia Astakhishvili together with Mats Stjernstedt, Director of Malmö Konsthall.

Free entrance, but limited number of seats.

Image: Horst Ademeit, 0551, 11.04.1992, inscribed polaroid (detail). © Estate of Horst Ademeit / Delmes & Zander, Cologne


WORLD POETRY DAY: Jila Mossaed in conversation with Lasse Söderberg
Tuesday 19.3, 5 pm


Jila Mossaed was born in 1948 in Teheran and came to Sweden in 1986. She debuted in Swedish in 1997 with Månen och den eviga kon and since then has published several poetry collections. Exile is a recurring theme, as is the struggle against injustice and censorship. Last year she became a member of the Swedish Academy and has Chair 15. The conversation is led by author Lasse Söderberg. In Swedish.

Co-organised with Poesidagarna i Malmö.
Free admission but places are limited.

Image: Jila Mossaed. Photo by: Eva Bergström

23.2 & 24.2
1 pm – 4.30 pm


Open workshop! Get inspired by Yvonne Rainer´s work and create your own art. Starts with a guided tour at 1 pm.

Free and open for everyone.


What is Postmodern Dance?
Sunday 24.2 at 2 pm


Cecilia Malmström Olsson has a Phd in Literature/Dance and will talk about what postmodern dance is and what it can be. She has worked as researcher, lecturer and writer in Scandinavia, Europe and USA.
In Swedish.

Free, but limited number of seats.


19.2, 20.2, 21.2, 22.2 1–4.30 pm


Open workshop. Get inspired by our current exhibitions. Create your own art. Starts with a guided tour in Swedish 1 pm.

Free, but limited number of seats.


7.12 – 13.1 2019


Drawing on paper on a coloured tablet. The pictures are a collaboration between two people and a pen.

Participating groups: Annexet, Bokbytet, Butik Holmgången, Fabriken, Geijersgatan, Getgatan, Kronan, Kulladal, Kulturhuset Teamus, Lindeborg, Linnéhuset, Pappersmakarna, Passagen, Redaktionen and Valborg DV.


14.12 2018 – 13.1 2019


A 70-meter long artists’ book, which was created at nine libraries in Malmö, is shown in Mellanrummet. The project is a collaboration between Malmö Konsthall, Stadsbiblioteket and eight other libraries. Visitors from all ages from Malmö participated during week 44 and created pages for the book.

Artists in the project:
Eva Hejdström and Aleksandra Kucharska

Contributing libraries:
Stadsbiblioteket (Kanini)
Stadsbiblioteket (Balagan)


12 & 13.1


Experience the exhibitions with Maria Lindberg and Jacqueline de Jong’s magazine The Situationist Times. Get inspired and create your own images. Starts with a guided tour at 1 pm.
Free and open for everyone.

Starts with a guided tour (in Swedish) at 1 pm
Workshop at 1.30–4.30 pm


2, 3 & 4.1


Experience the exhibitions with Maria Lindberg and Jacqueline de Jong’s magazine The Situationist Times. Get inspired and create pages for our long Artist´s book.

Free and open for everyone.

Starts with a guided tour (in Swedish) at 1 pm
Workshop at 1.30–4.30 pm

Print version