Welcome to The Gothenburg Museum of Art! Our six floors accommodate art from the 15th century until today and here you´ll find information about our ongoing exhibitions and the collection. 

The Gothenburg Museum of Art has always been contemporary in the sense that the museum has primarily acquired the contemporary art of its time, in the past as well as now. The museum has a Nordic profile, and we are proud to be able to show the world’s foremost collection of Nordic painting from around the turn of the century 1900. The collection also contains older and modern western art including works by famous international artists like Rembrandt, Pablo Picasso, Henry Moore and Louise Nevelson. 
 

SEARCH THE COLLECTION
Don´t miss our searchable web catalogue Search the collection. Here you can search for artists and artworks that are represented at the museum and find information about what is on display in our galleries. You can also view exclusive web exhibitions and explore a timeline of some 65 of the museum’s foremost works.

Link to Search the collection

Welcome to explore art from the Renaissance to the present on our six floors. Learn more about your favourites and discover new ones!

ONGOING EXHIBITIONS
Unbounded. The Eighteenth Century Mirrored by the Present
4 May—13 November 2016

Kent Lindfors
28 May-25 September 2016

Read more under EXHIBITIONS

Innehållsansvarig:

Senast uppdaterad 2016-06-13

 

Upcoming activities


 

Opening Hours

Tuesday and Thursday 11-18
Wednesday 11-20
Friday-Sunday and holidays 11-17
Monday closed

The museum is closed on: Good Friday, 
Easter Saturday, 1 May, 6 June, 
Midsummer Eve, Midsummer Day, 
Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, 
New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.

Entrance

The collection: 40 SEK

Unbounded: 80 SEK

Children and youths up to 25 years free admittance for all exhibitions.

Groups (minimum 10 persons) SEK 10 discount/person. 

Prenumeration

Email adress
 

GÖTEBORGS KONSTMUSEUM | GÖTAPLATSEN | 412 56 GÖTEBORG | 031-368 35 00 | INFO.KONSTMUSEUM@KULTUR.GOTEBORG.SE
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