År 2023 är det 30 år sedan Sune Jonsson tilldelades det prestigefyllda Hasselbladpriset. Vi uppmärksammar detta genom att visa ett urval av de 201 motiv Jonsson donerade till Hasselbladstiftelsen i samband med utmärkelsen.
An entire exhibition on textiles! Clothes from past and present, socks, ties, tiny little children’s shoes and huge men’s boots. Fashions and trends, attractive and ugly, techniques, materials and fabric care.
The exhibition How Many Trees Are There in the Forest? features new material—photographs, videos, and objects—that gives insight into the great wealth of knowledge that has been gathered from the forest around us over the last century.
Waiting for Kingdom Come is a story about a congregation, about struggling through the limited time we have on earth, and about the reward that awaits us at the end of life, which is entering into a heavenly eternity.
In august 1968 photographer Sune Jonsson and journalist Dag Lindberg were in Prague on a mission to cover »The Prague Spring«, but got instead right into the invasion from the Soviet lead Warsaw Pact armies
Children and youngsters are important in Sune Jonson's photographs treasure of images. Here we The little ones, busy with their everyday chores, extensive personal responsibilities, and at the same time engrossed in simply being a child. Of those we meet here some are familiar, others we encounter for the first time.
There are five national minorities in Sweden: Jews, Roma, Sweden Finns, the Tornedalen Finnish and the indigenous Sami. Despite having lived alongside each other for centuries, the museum’s archives contain very little in the way of collected material and descriptions relating to the lives and conditions of these minorities.
The exhibition provides a narrative of the daily lives and the history of the Roma. It is about 500 years of living as outsiders, living in the open, activism, joy, traditions, music and hope for the future. It is also about migration from India to Europe, about language and cultural heritage.