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Welcome to a lunch showing of the exhibition Sonia Delaunay and the World’s Fair in Paris 1937

Photo of 05 Sonia Delaunay, Instrumentpanel, 1937. Foto: Emma Krantz

Skissernas Museum – Museum of Artistic Process and Public Art now welcomes all employees at Lund University to a guided lunch tour (approx.30 minutes) of the exhibition Sonia Delaunay and the World’s Fair in Paris 1937.

This spring, Skissernas Museum – Museum of Artistic Process and Public Art will be showcasing Sonia Delaunay’s monumental paintings Propeller, Aeroplane Engine and Dashboard. They were created for the Aviation Pavilion at the World’s Fair in Paris in 1937 and have been permanently exhibited in the Museum’s International Gallery since 1966.

At the same time, documentary material about Delaunay’s artistic work for the exhibition in Paris and the Museum’s acquisition of the large paintings will be displayed. Original graphics from the Museum’s collection will provide examples of Sonia Delaunay’s pioneering, abstract pattern and colour compositions – works that have influenced artists for decades and continue to inspire today!

Lunch tours (approx. 30 minutes)

Tuesday May 24th at 12.30-13.00 in Swedish
Tuesday May 24th at 13.30-14.00 in Swedish
Wednesday May 25th at 12.30-13.00 in Swedish
Wednesday May 25th 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 Sonia Delaunay and the World’s Fair in Paris 1937 runs until Sunday June 12th. Read more about the exhibition on the Museum’s website.