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Marabouparken Konsthall

Since 2010, Marabouparken art gallery is located in Arthur von Schmalensee’s former cocoa laboratory in Marabou Park. The park was developed in the 1940s and 1950s on the Bällsta River in Sundbyberg as a visionary landscaped recreational facility for the employees of the Marabou factory.

Marabouparken art gallery is run by a foundation with the aim of presenting a selection of the most interesting contemporary Swedish and international artists. We wish to provide our visitors with an opportunity to view exhibitions that explore and reflect society today and that introduce concepts and approaches in contemporary art.

Under the heading Marabouparken Lab., we initiate long-term local collaborative projects, which are allowed to develop through interaction between artists, commissioners and locals both in and outside the art gallery.

Since 2010, Marabouparken art gallery is located in Arthur von Schmalensee’s former cocoa laboratory in Marabou Park. The park was developed in the 1940s and 1950s on the Bällsta River in Sundbyberg as a visionary landscaped recreational facility for the employees of the Marabou factory.

Marabouparken art gallery is run by a foundation with the aim of presenting a selection of the most interesting contemporary Swedish and international artists. We wish to provide our visitors with an opportunity to view exhibitions that explore and reflect society today and that introduce concepts and approaches in contemporary art.

Under the heading Marabouparken Lab., we initiate long-term local collaborative projects, which are allowed to develop through interaction between artists, commissioners and locals both in and outside the art gallery.

At Marabouparken Konsthall we seek to develop the art space as a meeting place and platform for cultural collaborations and learning. Our aim is to find new ways for everyone to experience art and culture. As part of this mission we have worked to offer FREE ENTRY TO ALL! We wish to thank Kulturrådet for an increase in funding so that Free Entry to all our exhibitions is now possible.

Come visit us and enjoy culture as it should be – FREE FOR ALL!