To collect is to write contemporary art history. A comprehensive collection that also features in-depth presentations of individual oeuvres is vital for an art museum in order to stay relevant in the art world. The Gothenburg Museum of Art is constantly expanding its collection.

In the exhibition Some Kind of Knowledge – New Artworks in the Collection, the museum shows a broad selection of acquisitions from the past three years. The exhibition is shown on the three Étages as well as intermingled with the permanent collection. The exhibition features works by Vanessa Baird, Ewa Brodin, Jonas Dahlberg, Ann-Mari Didoff, Klas Eriksson, Charlotte Gyllenhammar, Maria Hedlund, Hannaleena Heiska, Clay Ketter, Iiu Susiraja and Alexander Tallén, among others.

Read more about the exhibition here: