Program 2021

WINTER BREAK: Art material bags and livestreamed workshop (in Swedish)

Malmö Konsthall is temporarily closed, but we still want to give you the opportunity to create and be inspired by our exhibition Ceija Stojka during the winter holidays!

From Friday February 19th, bags with materials for creating art at home will be handled out for free at various locations in Malmö. You can find them at the following libraries: Lindängen Library, Garaget, Kirsebergsbiblioteket, Bellevuegårdsbiblioteket, Oxiebiblioteket, Tygelsjöbiblioteket, Bunkeflostrands bibliotek, Masten 2, Limhamnsbiblioteket and Husiebiblioteket. The bags are distributed as long as the stock lasts.

Inspiration for how you use the material can be found via our YouTube channel. If you do not get a bag, you can use materials you have at home instead.

On Tuesday February 23rd we will livestream a creative workshop (in Swedish) from Malmö Konsthall at 1 and 3 pm via Instagram. It includes a short guided tour of the exhibition and tips on how you can create with inspiration from the exhibition with the Roma artist Cejia Stojka. On YouTube, you can also find a short film about the exhibition.

Friday 29.1 at 6–6.30 pm


Welcome to the first livestreamed opening of Malmö Konsthall!

The inauguration of the exhibition Ceija Stojka will be held digitally (mainly in Swedish).The exhibition is inaugurated by Frida Trollmyr, Municipal Commissioner of Culture and Chairwoman of the Romani Council of Malmö. Mats Stjernstedt, director of Malmö Konsthall, presents the exhibition together with the curators, Noëlig Le Roux and Xavier Marchand, and Mujo Halilovic, director, and Marian Wydow, secretary, from the Roma Information and Knowledge Center (RIKC), Malmö, that have been functioning advisory to Malmö Konsthall in regard of Ceija Stojka’s exhibition.

You are welcome you to take part in it through the following link, available also for non Facebook members.

The video will be available through the same link afterwards as well, until February 12th.

Malmö Konsthall is temporarily closed. We are awaiting information from the City of Malmö when, due to current Covid-19 restrictions, the exhibition can be opened safely for audiences.

Ceija Stojka. Untitled, undated. Backside: Wien–Auschwitz. Acrylic on cardboard, 50 x 70 cm. Hojda and Nuna Stojka Collection, Wien. Photo © Matthias Reichelt


Torsdag 7.1 kl 18

Sorry, this entry is only available in Swedish.

Sunday 10.1 at 3 pm


*NE! The event is postponed to Sunday January 10 due to the current corona situation

Khalid Albaih, renowned Sudanese artist and political cartoonist, has been featured in media outlets such as the Guardian, NY Times, the BBC and Al-Jazeera due to his influential cartoons that have been shared by thousands of people throughout social media the past few years.

Albaih’s cartoons convey criticisms of authoritarianism and injustice, but they also express solidarity and hope for a better future. Sketching the ongoing events of the Arab Spring in 2011, he quickly became an artist of the revolution. Many cartoons were turned into stencils and reproduced on walls in Beirut and Cairo, and are still used by revolutionary groups in his native Sudan, and by political activists in Yemen, Tunis, Syria.

Facing rebuttals from traditional media and publications, owing to his unconventional style and highly critical content, Albaih turned to the internet and social media to promote his work. His facebook page, Khartoon!, a word-play on cartoon and his hometown in Sudan, Khartoum, has no less than 80 000 followers, and have sparked interest and opportunities around the world.

Khalid Albaih is now published widely in international publications including The Atlantic, PRI, and NPR, in addition to his published written social and political commentary in publications such as The Guardian and Al Jazeera.

He is now staying in Copenhagen, Denmark, where he arrived in 2017 as Copenhagen’s ICORN artist-in-residence. The International Cities of Refuge Network (ICORN) is an independent organisation of cities and regions offering shelter to writers and artists at risk, advancing freedom of expression, defending democratic values and promoting international solidarity.

The artist talk is free of charge, maximum of 50 people. Book your seat at, marking the e-mail “Artist talk 7.11”.

On Covid-19: The program in C-salen allows a maximum of 30 people. The audience is seated with a distance of one meter between every chair, and given the opportunity to keep distance before, during and after the event. We distribute face masks and plastic gloves in the entrance to every event, and encourage you to use them.

In collaboration with ICORN.

Image: Khalid Albaih. Photo: Alejo Arango.



Sorry, this entry is only available in Swedish.

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