Sunday October 19: Guided tour in English. 14.00.
Sunday November 16: Guided tour in English. 14.00.
Installation in process
The Museum is open as usual, but there is limited access to the exhibitions due to ongoing installation and conservation work.
Do you want to know more before your visit the Museum – please call 046-222 72 83.
In connection with the newly-published book Maja Spasova Drawings, Arena Publisher, Maja Spasova presents around 30 drawings and the film Migrations.
“Characteristic of Maja Spasova’s art is her rejection of boundaries in the widest sense: national borders, political systems, and religious observances. She is constantly working with passages, with transitions and movements
between different elements.”
From the opening essay ”The Art of Maja Spasova” by Elisabet Haglund, former Director of Skissernas Museum.
12–5pm, free admission
Talks, music and performance
More information soon.
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.