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Lunch showing of the most anticipated exhibition of the summer: The Return of Finsta

Photo of the exhibition of Finsta.

Skissernas Museum – Museum of Artistic Process and Public Art now welcomes all employees at Lund University to a guided lunch tour through Finsta’s colourful, humorous and cheeky universe!

The multifaceted artist Finsta (Finn Hallin, born 1978 in Lund), with his playful and distinctive imagery, is one of Europe’s leading urban contemporary artists. He moves between painting, design, music and animation. His love of popular culture and the urban environment, combined with a strong desire to be seen and produce works available to the general public, has made him move endlessly between the established art institutions and the street.

With megalomania as an engine, Finsta always wants to do more, better and bigger. Nothing is impossible in graffiti–the art form in which everything is about being visible and making your personal mark on your surroundings. A central part of the exhibition consists of Finsta’s sketchbooks, known as black books in graffiti culture, a mixture of Finsta’s own sketches and those of other artists.

Lunch showings (approx. 30 minutes)

Tuesday June 14th at 12.30-13.00 in Swedish
Tuesday June 14th at 13:30-14:00 in Swedish
Wednesday June 15th at 12:30-13:00 in English
Wednesday June 15th at 13:30-14:00 in Swedish
Thursday June 16th at 12:00-13:00 in Swedish
Thursday June 16th at 13:30-14:00 in English

Limited numbers of seats. Register at Billetto.

Free admission upon presentation of LU card. The guided tour start 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 The Return of Finsta runs until Sunday September 11th.

Read more about the exhibition on the Museum’s website.