At the Gothenburg Museum of Art, many artworks feature powerful symbols, painful themes and dramatic fates. Art depicts all the phases of life – and death. Why is death so exciting? And what really is most important in life? How is death portrayed in art, and can a skull actually be a symbol for life? We take a closer look at how artists have depicted life and death in both historical and contemporary art.
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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.