Visit us

The Konsthall is open tue-sun 12 noon – 5 pm.

Inside the Konsthall there is a café with lunch, pastries and ice cream. 

 

Bild på en stor träfigur stående i mitten. Bakom finns blommor och en grön stol.

Information about Covid

We have taken serveral measures to make your visit as safe as possible. A maximum of 40 persons are allowed in the building and hand sanitizer and protective masks are available upon entry. 

Read more about our measures here.

Baltic – Nordic Community art

Baltic – Nordic Community arts network is a cooperation between Culturelab (LVA), Tartu Centre for Creative industries (EST) and Virserums Konsthall (SWE). 

Read more about the project here

Hem Hemska Hem
(Home awful home)

April 18 – December 5

Home! just saying the word evokes emotions, perhaps of anxiety, warmth or joy. The word gives us images for our inner self about both good and evil, about smells and sounds. In Hem hemska hem, works by eleven artists are shown that interpret and challenge our relationship to the home.

Munka flyttar in
(Munka moves in)

April 24 – August 29

What happens when a folk high school moves in? 

Virserums Konsthall invited the Munka Art School in northwestern Skåne. The students have interpreted and investigated the concept of the Home . In the Konsthall their thoughts and expressions form a collective exhibition.

Munka has designed a fanzine for the exhibition. It can be read inside the exhibition, but you can also read it as a pdf here.

 

Generator i Virserum
(Generator in Virserum)

February 14 – August 29

For two weeks, Generator consisting of Dan Schyman, Désirée Burenstrand and Maria Gordana Belić, worked at Virserum Konsthall.

Using stored and consumed material collected from residents of Virserum, Generator created an exhibition where everything from worn out shoes to old cables are infused with new life and form.