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.


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.

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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.


ARTIST TALK: Kristine Kemp
Wednesday 21.8 at 7 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


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

Free entrance, places are limited.

Image: Joëlle de La Casinière, Tablotin. Murs 14 juillet, 1989


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 at Malmö Konsthall. Rakowitz’ first European survey show is on view at Whitechapel Gallery in London until the 25th of August.

In Swedish and English. Further information is coming.
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




Malmö Konsthall presents 6 short films by John Skoog during Nordisk Panorama’s six days, one film per day. The films are shown in chronological order and starts with his first film Sent på jorden (Late on Earth) from 2011.

Thursday 19.9: Sent på Jorden (Late on Earth), 2011 (13 min)
Friday 20.9: Förår (Eary Spring), 2013 (17 min)
Saturday 21.9: Shadowland, 2014 (14 min)
Sunday 22.9: Federsee, 2014 (8 min) NB! No screening during the artist talk 14.30, see below
Monday 23.9: Värn (Reduit), 2014 (15 min)
Tuesday 24.9: Nosferatu, 2017 (23 min)

John Skoog (born 1985 in Kvidinge, Sweden, lives in Copenhagen) combines in his films, research into history and everyday life with a poetic and fictional atmosphere.

Part of Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2019

Image: John Skoog, Förår, 2013


Sunday 22.9 at 14:30


Meet the Swedish artist John Skoog, who will talk about his artistic practice and his ongoing fascination with the cinematic language.

Part of Nordisk Panorama Film Festival 2019

Image: During the recording of Förår (Early Spring), 2013


12–13.10, 1–4.30 pm


What are you burning for? Come and create your burning issues in textile together with the artist Tamara de Laval and Tjejer Kan when the art project Burning Issues visits Malmö Konsthall’s workshop. Take the opportunity to experience the exhibition by Michael Rakowitz and get inspired. Starts with a guided tour (in Swedish) at 1 pm.

Free and open for everyone. Co-organiser Burning Issues

METOOD: Inspektionen för våld och omsorg
Saturday 12.10, 11 am – 5 pm
Sunday 13.10, 11 am – 5 pm


Programme to be announced later.
NB: In Swedish

Metood is supported by Swedish Arts Council and the City of Malmö

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