Monday November 25: Concert.
Sunday December 15: Opening: Work in progress – Per Wizén and the disruptiveforce of collage.
During this year, the inauguration of the textile work Dialogos took place, in one of the most renowned rooms of the United Nations: The Sven Markelius ECOSOC room. Ann Edholm received the assignment which was realized by HV Studio, following a competition with four Swedish artists. The exhibition presents sketches and models to Edholm´s project, along with the competitive proposals of Jonas Dahlberg, Charlotte Gyllenhammar and Clay Ketter. In additon, the exhibition displays the historical material pertaining to the original curtain, designed by the Swedish artist Marianne Richter and executed by Märta Måås-Fjetterström AB.
Welcome to opening from 12 noon to 5 pm. Free admission.
Opening remarks by Museum Director Patrick
Amsellem and Göran Christenson at 3.30 pm.
Also opening: Stan VanDerBeek – The Expanded Cinema.
The Museum of Sketches was founded in 1934 by Ragnar Josephson (1891-1966), during his time as Professor of Art History at the University of Lund (Sweden). The intention was to establish an archive of the creative process, or the path of the artist from the first idea to the finished work. The aim was to collect sketches, models and photographs to Public Art – as the study material relating to it was especially suited, by the frequent demand on abundant preliminary sketches.