Program 2020

PERORMANCE: Simone Forti’s See Saw
Lördag 6.6 kl 14.30

(med plats för 50 personer inne i konsthallen)

In connection to the exhibition, Luca Frei recreates the performance piece See Saw (1960), originally by Simone Forti, in collaboration with dancers (Nidia Martínez Barbieri, Khamlane Halsackda & Majula Drammeh) from the group Nya Rörelsen. The performance will take place on the opening day of June 6th at 2.30 pm and on the closing day of August 30th at 2.30 pm. The work was first shown under the direction of Luca Frei at the Moderna Museet in 2015.

Simone Forti. See Saw, 1960. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Committee on Media and Performance Art Funds. © 2020 The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Photo: Anne Tetzlaff. Image taken at Hollybush Gardens i London. 

BOKRELEASE: 25 ÅR MED MALMÖKONSTNÄREN MAGNUS WALLIN
Torsdag 18.6 kl 14–16

Bokhandeln

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WELCOME TO THE OPENING OF LUCA FREI – FROM DAY TO DAY
More info about the exhibition

Info about the day of opening, Saturday June 6th:

– Open 11 am to 5 pm, also applies to restaurant Smak
– Due to Covid-19, we allow a maximum of 50 people in the exhibition space at a time
– Guided tours every hour (11 am, 12 noon, 1 pm, 2 pm, 3 pm, 4 pm). We allow a maximum of 10 people per guided tour.
– Download the app A guided tour (for free) for exhibition guidance in Swedish or English
– Performance at 2.30 pm. Luca Frei recreates in collaboration with Nya Rörelsen Simone Forti’s See-Saw (1960). Maximum 50 people. The performance can also be seen from outside, through the windows from Magistratsparken. Second performance 30.8.
Simone Forti, See Saw, 1960. Performance with plywood seesaw. Dimensions and duration variable. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Committee on Media and Performance Art Funds. © 2018 The Museum of Modern Art, New York

Image: Installation view. Luca Frei. From day to day, Malmö Konsthall 2020. Photo: Helene Toresdotter

CLIMATE-TALK WITH YOUNG SEA AMBASSADORS

How is Malmö and the sea around us affected by climate change? And how can we work together for a cleaner sea?

In the new lecture series Art in the time of climate crisis, Nordic profiles in the field of environmental issues and art offer short talks on the environment, the sea and the future. The representatives of Malmö Konsthall are two young Sea Ambassadors, Fatima Khalil and Umer Khan, who talk about fighting for a healthier sea. During their time as Sea Ambassadors, they have spoken to the UN agency Unesco, met representatives of the Swedish government and received an invitation to the UN Climate Change Conference in 2020.

Art in the time of climate crisis is implemented with support from the Nordic Council of Ministers. The talk is in Swedish with Swedish or English subtitles. 

Picture: Fatima Khalil and Umer Khan. Photo: Fredrik Åkerberg

(Svenska) SKAPANDE SKOLA – UTSTÄLLNING MED SKOLELEVER
Malmö Konsthall & Österportskolan
15.4–5.5

(Svenska) K-salen

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*CANCELED*
EASTER WORKSHOP
Tuesday 7.4 – Thursday 9.4

K-salen

Spend your Easter Holiday at Malmö Konsthall. Workshop for all ages, free of charge. Get inspired by the exhibition and create your own art. Starts with a guided tour.

Guided tour 1 pm
Workshop 1.30 – 4.30

 

THIS EVENT IS CANCELED

GUIDED TOUR: Inger Ekdahl och 1900-talets konsthistoria
by Johannes Kjellgren, Curator of Education
Wednesday 25.3 at 7 pm

Main exhibition hall

Guided tour of the Inger Ekdahl exhibition by Johannes Kjellgren, Curator of Education.
N.B. In Swedish.

(Svenska) Skapande verkstad på finska för hela familjen (taidetyöpaja suomeksi)
Söndag 22.3 kl 13.30–16

(Svenska) K-salen

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(Svenska) INSTÄLLT:
Amfi-scenkonstföreställning med Felicia Mulinari

(Svenska) C-salen

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CREATIVE WORKSHOP for adults
Wednesday 18.3 at 6–8.30 pm

K-salen

Welcome to a workshop led by artist Matteo Rosa. We will create our own works using paper, paint, water and glue, inspired by Ragna Bleys and Inger Ekdahl’s abstract paintings. Starts with a guided tour of the exhibition.

Free of charge but limited number of seats. Booking: johannes.kjellgren@malmo.se

Photo: The K-salen at Malmö Konsthall

(Svenska) VERNISSAGE: KG Nilson
Onsdag 26.2 kl 18–21

(Svenska) Mellanrummet

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BOOK RELEASE with reading by Ragna Bley
Wednesday 11.3 at 6–9 pm

K-salen

Release of the book Ragna Bley with photos of Bley’s new paintings, created for her ongoing exhibition at Malmö Konsthall. The book is designed by the Norwegian artist Kristoffer Busch and contains an essay written by curator and art critic Rhea Dall. The book will be sold at the release and the artist will be there for book signing. Reading by Ragna Bley at 7 pm and serving of special sweets and refreshments.

Photo: Ragna Bley in Oslo. Photo: Ove Kvavik

AMFI #1 Lone Aburas: Det är ett jag som talar (Räkenskapens timme)
Saturday 29.2 at 3 pm
Sunday 1.3 at 3 pm (discussion afterwards)

(Svenska) C-salen

A staging of the Danish book “Det er et jag der taler”. Saga Gärde is performing this monologue which is one of three in a series about how the drama and scenery in poetry can come to life.

(Svenska) VISNING: Inger Ekdahl och 1900-talets konsthistoria
Av konstpedagog Johannes Kjellgren
Onsdag 12.2 kl 19

(Svenska) Utställningshallen

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Artist talk: Ragna Bley

Main exhibition hall / C-salen

Artist talk with the Swedish artist Ragna Bley. Short introduction by Director Mats Stjernstedt in the main exhibiton hall at 3 pm.
In Swedish.

Read more about our current exhibition

Ragna Bley, 2019. Photo: Einar Aslaksen

NOVEL CLUB WITH FOCUS ON CLIMATE CHANGE (in Swedish)
Malmö Konsthall + Lindängenbiblioteket
4.2 – 6.5

Do you like to discuss what you read? Then you are welcome to “Novelklubben” which is a cooperation between Malmö Konsthall and Lindängenlibrary.

Here we read short stories about climate change and discuss the texts together in a group. The discussion and books are in Swedish. If you want to join, go to the Swedish page for more information.

 

Image: Sun&Sea (Marina). Opera-performance av Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė, Vaiva Grainytė och Lina Lapelytė på Venedigbiennalen 2019. © Andrej Vasilenko

OPENING: Ragna Bley & Inger Ekdahl
Friday 31.1 at 7–9 pm

Main exhibition hall

7.30 om: Opening ceremony and welcome address by Director Mats Stjernstedt.

Warm welcome!

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Image: Ragna Bley. Photo: Einar Aslaksen. Ragna Bley, Untitled (detail), 2019
Inger Ekdahl, Untitled, 1976. Courtesy Ystads konstmuseum. Inger Ekdahl. Photo: unknown photographer

 

HOLIDAY WORKSHOP: Ragna Bley & Inger Ekdahl
Tuesday–Thursday 18.2, 19.2 & 20.2

(Svenska) K-salen

This is a workshop open for all ages. Come and create your own art inspired by the exhibitions with Ragna Bley and Inger Ekdahl! The workshop starts with a viewing in Swedish at 1 pm and is open until 4.30 pm.

Free of charge.

 

Image: Ragna BleyUntitled (detalj), 2019. Foto: Einar Aslaksen

*CANCELED*
WEEKEND WORKSHOP: Ragna Bley & Inger Ekdahl
Saturdays & Sundays 1.2–5.4

K-salen

Open workshop for all ages. Get inspired by the exhibition and create your own art. Starts with a guided tour at 1 pm.

Free of charge and open for everyone.

Guided tour 1 pm
Workshop 1.30 – 4.30

 

Image: Ragna BleySlants, 2019. 

(Svenska) VISNING: The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist
Lördag 11.1 kl 14

(Svenska) Utställningshallen

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TWO COSMOPOLITANS: Ulf Peter Hallberg & Lasse Söderberg
Wednesday 19.2 at 6 pm

(Svenska) C-salen

Life and writing in two foreign countries.

A reading and dialogue with authors Ulf Peter Hallberg and Lasse Söderberg.

The talk is going to be in Swedish.

 

Image: Reinhard Jirgl & F.Á.-García

(Svenska) BOKRELEASE:
”Varje människa är en trädgård” av Åsa Maria Bengtsson
Onsdag 5.2 kl 18.30

(Svenska) Bokhandeln/C-salen

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BOKRELEASE:
Överlevarna by Bernt Hermele and Cato Lein
Saturday 25.1 2-5 pm

Malmö Konsthalls bookshop

Release of the book Överlevarna by journalist Bernt Hermele and photographer Cato Lein.

At 3 pm, there will be a talk between Bernt Hermele and Henryka Wieser Septimus, a Holocaust survivor featured in the book.

Co-organiser: Ordfront förlag

(Svenska) KONST OCH KUNSKAP föreningen gästar C-salen
Onsdag 8.1 kl 17–21

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(Svenska) UTSTÄLLNING: Skapande skola-projekt
17.12 – 12.1

(Svenska) Mellanrummet

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(Svenska) VISNING
Dagligen kl 14 & ons kl 18

(Svenska) Utställningshallen

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WINTER HOLIDAY WORKSHOP: Michael Rakowitz
Saturdays & Sundays 28.12–5.1 2020 at 1–4.30 pm

K-salen

Open workshop for all ages. Get inspired by The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist (Room G) and create your own art. Starts with a guided tour at 1 pm.

Free of charge, but limited number of seats.
Welcome!

SPECIAL TOUR – Stories from Iraq (in Arabic)
Sunday 12.1 at 2 pm

Main exhibition hall

Our guides team up with members of the Iraqi Cultural Association for special tours of  The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist (Room G).
In Arabic.

In cooperation with Irakiska Kulturföreningen Malmö

Bild: Michael Rakowitz. The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist (Room G, Northwest Palace of Nimrud, Panel 19). Photo: Nick Ash.

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