Wednesday–Friday 24.3–21.5 (not on holidays)


Note: The tours are offered in Swedish

Until Friday May 21st, you can join us for a digital breakfast tour! The current exhibition Ceija Stojka has attracted a great deal of attention, and since we can not offer guided tours on site, we instead offer livestreamed tours of the exhibition three times a week. The digital breakfast tours are a complement to the opportunity to visit us on site. Do you live in Borås or Umeå, or can you not visit us in Malmö for other reasons? Take the chance to visit the exhibition digitally instead!


During the breakfast tour, you will receive a short tour through the exhibition with one of our guides. The tour takes 30 minutes, including time for questions. You are welcome to ask questions at the end of the tour.


The digital breakfast tours are streamed via the app Zoom. You do not need to register for the tour in advance, just click on the link below when it is time for your selected tour and click “join meeting”. Links to the guided tours of the week are published here every Monday. 


Every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 to 10.30 am. We open the “lobby” at 9.55. No tours on public holidays. 


Art is not just for adults. With the help of our audio guide and the map TRACK THE ART, you can also explore the ongoing exhibition together with the kids.

Download the A guided tour app for free from App Store or Google Play  to your phone and click on our audio guide for children, which contains brief information on some of the works.

In the exhibition hall there are also maps, TRACK THE ART, to pick with you for the exhibition. The map guides the whole family through the exhibition with simple questions and tasks. The map also shows which of the works are interactive. For example, you can play with hourglasses and write words with magnetic letters.

29.3 – 23.5


In parallel with the Ceija Stojka exhibition, Malmö Konsthall shows a small exhibition with works created by students at the IRIS school (International Roma in collaboration) In the exhibition Romska röster från Malmö om romsk Förintelse (Roma voices from Malmö about the Roma Holocaust), Roma living in Malmö share stories from the Holocaust. In pictures, text and video, teachers and students at the IRIS school tell us about how their families were affected, but also how Roma are still affected by discrimination and persecution today.

The exhibition is made in collaboration with the Roma Information and Knowledge Center (RIKC).



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19.4 – 28.4


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FILM: Ceija Stojka by Karin Berger
Wednesday 28.4 at 6 pm


The Austrian documentary filmmaker Karin Berger first met Ceija Stojka in 1986. Karin Berger encouraged and helped Stojka to publish her autobiographical book Wir leben in Verborgen (We Live in the Hidden), which was published in 1988. This was the first time in Austria that a Roma woman broke the silence about what happened to the Roma during the Holocaust. As a child, Ceija Stojka survived three concentration camps. Their collaboration continued over the years and resulted in two films and two more books.

In the film Ceija Stojka from 1999, Berger tries to tell Stojka’s life story and give a portrait of her as a human being. The film, produced by Navigator Film, is 85 minutes long and is shown with English subtitles.

The film, which begins with a brief introduction by the director of Malmö Konsthall, Mats Stjernstedt, will be livestreamed on Vimeo starting at 6 pm. Unfortunately, there is no possibility to see the film afterwards. Email to get a link and password to the digital screening, or join the Facebook event, where the password is posted 15 minutes before the film starts.

Don´t miss the lecture Back into The World. Ceija Stojka: Writing, painting, living by Karin Berger at Zoom on Wednesday 12.5 at 18.

Photo: Ceija Stojka. © Navigator movie

"Back into the world: Ceija Stojka: Writing, painting, living"
Wednesday 12.5 at 6 pm


In her lecture Back into The World the Austrian filmmaker and author Karin Berger takes a look at Ceija Stojka’s rare self-portraits. Combining biographical notes and stations, contemporary history, experiences making the films and the books, memories Ceija shared, surprises, and impressions working together with her and being a friend.

How did Ceija find her way to express herself in writing and painting?
How could she manage to live as a survivor of the Nazi camps?
And how could she keep her trust?

The lecture is held in English on Zoom and will be followed by a Q/A secession. Link will follow shortly.

KARIN BERGER is an Austrian filmmaker and author. She studied social anthropology and political sciences at the University of Vienna. Since the mid-1970s a freelance journalist and researcher on feminism and resistance. From the early 1980s onwards, she moved to producing documentaries, in 1984 she released her first full-length documentary Küchengespräche mit Rebellinnen (Kitchen-Talks with Rebel Women), a collaborative project, presented the resistance of Austrian women against the Nazi regime. Karin Berger’s films are often accompanied by book publications. Her film work with Ceija Stojka was an outcome of publishing Wir leben in Verborgenen (We live in seclusion) (1988). This book started debates about recognising the persecution of Roma and Sinti during National Socialism and in the Post-war society in Austria. She made two films: Ceija Stojka (1999) and Unter den Bretten hellgrünes Gras (The Green Green Grass Beneath) (2005). Karin Berger continues to work on documentary film and book projects. She lives in Vienna.

In the current exhibition Ceija Stojka at Malmö Konsthall you can see a 36-minute excerpt from Karin Berger’s film Unter den Bretten hellgrünes Gras.

Image: Karin Berger. ©Maria Pia Stowasser

BOKSLÄPP & SAMTAL: Försvinnandets förbindelser – en mobil samling
Lördag 22.5 kl 14–16


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