The exhibitions this season treat you to first class experiences on many different and interesting subjects. Here's our pick of exhibitions you should not miss!

Due to the corona virus COVID-19 many public events are currently being cancelled on short notice. Bildmuseet, for example, has chosen to close temporarily, primarily until April 14. Please visit the organizer's website for up-to-date information on the event you are interested in.

 

 

100% Fight – A History of Sweden

An exhibition that shows how society can be changed by rights movements. It tells the story of people who have fought for their own rights, as well as the rights of others. Fought for the right to live and love on equal terms.
Date: until 29 August 2020
Museum: Museum of Women´s History

 

Human Nature

Photo exhibition about how Norrland’s landscape is being reshaped by the intensive extraction of natural resources, and about the human tendency primarily to view nature as a resource and source of raw materials.
Date: until 30 August 2020
Museum: Västerbottens Museum

 

Swedish Picture Book of the Year

Marathon has been named the Swedish picture book of the year 2019 and will be honoured with the national award Snöbollen [The Snowball]. Creator of the book, Karin Cyrén received the award in spring 2020. The original paintings are displayed in the exhibition together with an audio recordning of Karin Cyrén telling about her book.
Date: until 13 September 2020
Museum: Bildmuseet

 

Votes for Women

2021 marks the 100th anniversary of when women in Sweden could vote in parliamentary elections for the first time. In the exhibition Sara Teleman tells a history of women’s suffrage through a range of humoristic portraits of people who fought for women’s rights, in Sweden and globally.
Date: until 14 November 2020
Museum: Museum of Women´s History