SUMMER WORKSHOPS OUTDOORS
23.6 – 28.8
The summer workshops arranged at Konsthallstorget – the square outside Malmö Konsthall – are back this summer!
Unleash your creativity under the guidance of our art pedagogues on Wednesdays and Saturdays, starting on June 23rd. All workshops are arranged 1–4.30 pm. Drop in, and open to all ages.
Wednesday 23.6 and 30.6
Saturday 3.7, 10.7, 17.7, 24.7, 31.7
Wednesday 7.7, 14.7, 21.7, 28.7
Saturdays 7.8, 14.8, 21.8, 28.8
All workshops are arranged outdoors, on Konsthallstorget, due to Covid-19. In the event of heavy rain, the workshop is canceled. If you are unsure of what applies on the day you are interested in participating, call our book shop / reception for info: (+46) 40 34 60 00.
PRIDE-EXHIBITION WITH MALMÖ KULTURSKOLA
24.6 – 22.8
During the spring, Malmö Kulturskola has arranged three popular Pride courses, Kreativ Pride (Creative Pride), for young people aged 11–16 at Malmö Konsthall. The program have been directed to young people with an interest in LGBTQ issues, with the aim of counteracting exclusion and giving young people the opportunity to meet, socialize and create together.
During the courses, conversations about LGBTQ rights, gender norms, identity, Pride and equal rights have been combined with creating art affiliated with these themes. The participants have, among other things, painted, printed their own t-shirts, photographed, created face masks and flags with a Pride theme.
During the Pride week, the works created by the participants will be shown in The Workshop at Malmö Konsthall. The participants have created their work under the guidance of Joakim Danell.
(Svenska) LÅDCYKELTURNÉ MED SKAPANDE VERKSTAD
(Svenska) Olika platser i Malmö
(Svenska) NOVELLKLUBBEN + KONST
Tisdagar eller onsdagar 6.7 – 29.9
(Svenska) PROGRAM PÅ KONSTHALLEN UNDER WORLD PRIDE 2021
12.8 – 22.8
FILM SCREENING: A Paixão de JL
Wednesday 25.8 at 7 pm
A Paixão de JL (2015) is a documentary by Carlos Nader based on tape recordings Leonilson started to create from January 1990 onwards. The spoken journal discloses an intimate insight into the artist’s dreams, memories, personal stories, and thoughts on the socio-political situation at the time.
Combined with related news and other video fragments and placed in relation to his works, the documentary takes the viewer along in the artist’s daily life, mind and feelings, to show how these resonate in his oeuvre.
The film is 1 hour and 22 minutes long and will be screened with English subtitles.
A Paixão de JL is a production of Bank Itaú Collection, Brazil
Image: A Paixão de JL, 2015 (film still)
(Svenska) MALMÖ I BLICKPUNKTEN: POLITISERANDE OCH HUMANISERANDE BILDER AV MALMÖ OCH MALMÖBORNA
Onsdagen den 1.9 kl 18–19.30 + 19.45–20.30
(Svenska) C-salen & Online
(Svenska) AFROFUTURISM: SUN RA, SCIENCE FICTION OCH SVERIGE
Lördagen den 4.9
TALK: Bengt Adlers on his new book
Wednesday 15.9 at 7 pm
Publisher Joakim Norling in conversation with the author and artist Bengt Adlers about his book Bland gester (Among gestures), just released by Timglaset Editions. The book is a wink at Marcel Duchamp and his Morceaux choisis d´après Ingres from 1968. N.B. In Swedish.
At the same evening a vitrine exhibition is opened, where the original images made for Adler’s book is shown together with material from other books from the publisher Timglaset. Read more.
Image: Bengt Adlers. Bland gester, 2021 (book cover)
NORDISK PANORAMA: Manifesto by Ane Hjort Guttu
Malmö Konsthall presents in co-operation with Nordisk Panorama the Norwegian artist Ane Hjort Guttu’s latest film Manifesto from 2020.
Manifesto is about a school hidden inside another school. An art department of a major university, both students and faculty staff, is so frustrated by the many impositions and requirements decreed from above that they have decided to manage themselves. They act as a subordinated department and appear to follow all the rules but they do everything their own way without asking.
The film is 27 minutes long. Part of Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2021.
Ane Hjort Guttu (b. 1971) is a Norwegian artist and filmmaker based in Oslo. She works in a variety of media, but has in recent years mainly concentrated on film and video works, ranging from investigative documentary to poetic fiction. Among recurrent themes in her work are the relationship between freedom and power, economy and the public space, social change and limits of action. Guttu is also a writer and curator, and since 2016 Professor of Contemporary Art at the Oslo National Academy of Fine Art. Her films include among others How to Become a Non-Artist (2007, short), Arket er strekens verden/The Paper Is The Line’s World (2009, short doc), Frihet forutsetter at noen er fri/Freedom Requires Free People (2011), Dette er alle steder/This Place Is Every Place (2014, short), Møbler er ikke bare møbler/Furniture Isn’t Just Furniture (2017, short), and Manifesto (2020, short).
Bild: Ane Hjort Guttu, Manifesto, 2020 (film still)
IN CONVERSATION: Martin Gustavsson
Saturday 25.9 at 2 pm
Main exhibition hall
Martin Gustavsson, artist London/Stockholm, reflects upon Leonilson’s artistic practice and the current exhibition Drawn: 1975–1993 in conversation with Mats Stjernstedt, Director of Malmö Konsthall. In Swedish.
Image: Martin Gustavsson. Photo: Liam Daniel