Malmö Konsthall is famous not only for its exhibitions, but also for the building itself. The spacious exhibition hall with its great flexibility, generous space and fantastic light was designed by Swedish architect Klas Anshelm. At the inauguration in 1975 he described the building as “a large, low concrete box, opening up towards the park and the skies’ light”. He created an exhibition space that poses endless challenges to the artists, inspired by the flowing natural light in an artist studio. However, in the current exhibition Elements of Conduct, Rosa Barba has blocked out the light using filters to create a fictitious night.
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