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Malmö Konsthall, Malmo
(3.9/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • There is a lot of potential ( space ) but the exhibits had only a few items to show ( luckily it was free for the season ) There is a nice book shop and restaurant and lockers to place your bags and c...  more »
  • Was once again a wonderful workshop with the kids. Fun with initial bite long (short) tour of the exhibition and then the fun projects in the Studio. Is always as successful.
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  • The main exhibition was by Damian Ortega and consisted of, among other things a de-constructed VW Beetle hanging in mid-air. There was also a very haunting short film by Leila Alaoui entitled Crossing...  more »
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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.