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Malmö Konsthall, Malmo

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  • Nice art gallery which is located at the train station. The adjacent café/restaurant serving good food with a plus in the edge of outdoor seating and brunch.
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  • Rita Ackermann broke through on the New York art scene in the early 1990s. She comes from Hungary, received a scholarship and travelled to New York in the 90 's. Achieved success with their stylistic female bodies as she presents on black/green boards (school boards). I do not appreciate her art may not understand that one can achieve success by smudging on the Blackboard.
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  • Malmö Konsthall always has free entry and often exciting, varied exhibitions. They often work with modern expressions and uses of different forms of art such as installations and video art, etc. Most of all I like when they have interactive exhibits.
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  • Damián Ortega's Casino was on when I last visited Malmö Konsthall. Not all exhibitions are that good and interesting, but it's a nice gallery without any entrance fees. There is a workshop available where both adults and kids get access to material to create their own art. The restaurant is also ok. Well worth a visit.
  • Exhibitions are of varying quality, but that's natural. It's free and fun for both adults and kids. The restaurant is really great, worth visiting even if you're not into art.
  • A free-entry modern art museum with different exhibits every 4-6 months. Sometimes bold, often surprising and always intriguing! There is a daily guided tour at 14h00 and also at 18h30 on Wednesdays, both in Swedish (English upon request - then call them 4-7 days in advance and they will arrange something). There is also a book shop with a wide selection of local and international books on architecture, poetry, politics, art and more. And the restaurant happens to be one of the best places for lunch in town!
  • Not very large and the current exhibition was a bit confusing, however some pieces were quite nice. Free entry.
  • It's hard to find something bad about free art museums. The exhibitions vary every few months so exactly what you will find depend on when you go there. There is also a cafeteria and gift shop in the building.