The exhibition shows models and sketches of some 50 designs for schools, parks, squares, multistorey car parks, sports centres, underground stations and various service facilities. The sketches provide exciting insights into the artists’ work processes and how ideas emerge and take shape. Here, you can learn more about Astrid Göransson’s sketches for Kom som du är! (Come as you are!) (Riksplan, Stockholm, 2022), take a closer look at Klara Kristalova’s full-scale model for Sjöhäxan (The Sea Witch) (Le Havre, 2022), Emma Kronvall’s model for Ensamräv (Lone Fox) (Karlstad, 2019), Jockum Nordström’s model for his triumphal arch Triumfbåge för halta (Stockholm, 2022) and feel the expectation and energy in the air before a football match through Veronica Brovall’s models for Battle Cry (Olympia, Helsingborg, 2017).
Earlier this year, Skissernas Museum received a large donation from the German foundation, Stiftung Arp e.V., consisting of plaster casts for the artist Hans (Jean) Arp’s sculptures. The donation is invaluable for researchers and others who wish to deepen their understanding of Arp’s creative process and vision. The plaster casts were an important and central part of Arp’s creativity and working method. Arp’s models from the donation are presented in the exhibition Kom som du är! …och andra nyförvärv. (Come as you are! … and other new acquisitions). Skissernas Museum – Museum of Artistic Process and Public Art now welcomes all employees at Lund University to a guided lunch tour through the exhibition.
Lunch showings (approx. 30 minutes)
Tuesday November 21st at 12:00-12:30 in Swedish
Wednesday November 22nd at 12:00-12:30 in Swedish
Thursday November 23rd at 12:00-12:30 in English
Lunch showings of the exhibition of Kom som du är!…och andra nyförvärv | Tickets | Lund | Scen- & Bildkonst
Limited numbers of seats. Free admission upon presentation of LU card. The guided tour starts at the set time. Remember to arrive in time to register and find the right gallery.
Feel free to combine your visit with a lunch at the Museum’s restaurant På Skissernas. We recommend that you book a table.
The exhibition runs until February 18th. Read more about the exhibition on the Museum’s website.