The expression “to suffer for art” is sometimes used to describe the relationship between art and mental distress. In what way can art create suffering, or suffering create art? What is the connection between creativity and the unconscious forces of the psyche?
The tour shows artists and art on the brink of insanity. We take a look at how “madness” is depicted in artworks in the permanent collection, and discuss how different artists have worked with this theme.
The tour is available in the evenings (from 3pm and onward) and on week-ends, by special arrangement.
Remember that we need your booking at minimum eight working days beforehand. E-mail your booking to email@example.com or telephone +46 (0)31-368 35 30. Our phone hours are Tuesday-Friday 9 am to 10.30 am (except during July). Cancellations must be made with at least eight days’ notice, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The guided tours are 45 minutes and presented in English.
The maximum group size is 30 persons, but we recommend smaller groups for the best possible experience.
The prices for guided tours are per group, not including admission. Guided tours are exempt from sales tax. Thuesday-Friday 11 am to 4.00 pm: 1 400 SEK. After 4 pm and on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays: 1900 SEK.
From 1 August 2019: Tuesday-Friday 11 am to 5 pm: 1700 SEK. After 5 pm and on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays: 2300 SEK.
Image: Olof Sager-Nelson, A Young Poet, 1894