The museum reopens on 4 May
The museum is temporarily closed but will reopen to visitors on 4 May. To be able to offer a safe museum experience, with consideration for both visitors and staff, the museum is taking a series of measures, in regard to the prevailing situation. Pre-booking is required.
Brown Bag Lunches: podcast
Now you can listen to our popular discussion series (in Swedish) about the creative processs, when ever you want to! You will find it where you find podcasts!
New Book – Charlotte Gyllenhammar
In connection with the exhibition kastad/cast, the museum publishes a book about Charlotte Gyllenhammar's art. The book is richly illustrated and has texts (in Swedish and English) by Charlotte Gyllenhammar, Mikael van Reis, Saul Anton and Patrick Amsellem.
The restaurant is open
Restaurant På Skissernas is still open! Visit their website for menu and current opening hours.
Create your own sculptures in cardboard, build small houses, or why not an entire city? Make your own mobile or doors and windows for creatures that can live in trees. Art educators Linnéa and Magdalena give tips on how to create your own works of art from home! On the museum's channel on YouTube.
Skissernas Museum´s Audioguide
With Skissernas Museum’s audioguide you can learn more about the Museum at your own pace. The head track is read by former director Patrick Amsellem and many tracks are accompanied by more voices: artists, conservators, museum professionals, and many others. Now also in English!
Explore the Permanent Exhibitions
Sonia Delaunay, Propeller, 1937
Amedée Ozenfant, Femme à la Fontaine, 1926
Maria Adlercreutz, 1965
Linn Fernström, Vargstyrning, 2010
Victor Vasarely, Hommage à Malevitj, 1954
Albert Gleizes, 1920
Siri Derkert, Kvinnopelaren, 1958
Vera Szekely, 1987
Jan-Olof Mallander, Pappersskulpturer, 1973
Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Wrapped Monument to Leonardo da Vinci, 0
Juan O'Gorman, Retablo de la independencia (Scener från självständigheten), 1962
Sonia Delaunay, Air, Fer et Eau, 1937
Henry Moore, Hill Arches, 1973
Henri Matisse, Le Chemin de la Croix, 1951
Pablo O'Higgins, Tenochtitlan libre (Det fria Tenochtitlan), 1961
Sonia Delaunay, La Misericordia, 1916
Diego Rivera, The New Deal, 1933
Fernand Léger, Gaz de France, 1955
Robert Delaunay, Air, Fer et Eau, 1937
Henri Matisse, La Vierge et l'Enfant, 1951
Jean Arp, Coupe de nuage (Molnskål), 1961
Raoul Dufy, La Fée Electricité (Elektricitetens fe), 1937
Ann Edholm, Dialogos, 2013
Isaac Grünewald, Land och stad, 1918