In 1832, fine art was hardly as accessible to the public as it is today. There was no network of galleries offering glimpses of the latest talent, and most people wouldn't pay an obscure artist just to look at his work. But, that's how Sweden's Konstförening (Art Association) first gained its popularity. It created the link between art and the public through exhibiting artwork with the support of members. Today, the Konstförening still upholds the tradition in its centrally located gallery. Exhibitions are frequent, and the Association also comes out with a new art book every year. Members are eligible for the yearly lottery, where one piece of artwork can be won.
- Open Hours: Tuesday to Friday from 12:00 PM to 05:00 PM
Attractions & Landmarks, Arts & Museums
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