Life Eternal – Nobel Prize Museum at Liljevalchs

On 1 October, the Nobel Prize Museum’s new exhibition entitled Life Eternal will open at Liljevalchs art gallery in Stockholm. The exhibition – which brings together science, art and cultural history – shows different approaches to eternity, explores the crucial issues of our era and offers hope for the future.
Read more about the exhibition here.
  • A killer slug made by Niki Lindroth von Bahr for his stop-motion animated short film 'Something to Remember'. The slug will play a major role in the new work that the artist is creating for the exhibition. Photo: Niki Lindroth von Bahr.

  • Oscar Nilsson is creating a sculpture of the sickly girl Josie, taken from the 2021 novel 'Klara and the Sun' by 2017 Nobel Prize laureate in literature Kazuo Ishiguro. This is an image from the work in his studio. Photo: Richard von Hofsten.

  • An early X-ray picture taken by Wilhelm Röntgenof Albert von Kölliker's left hand. Photo: Public domain, Wikimedia Commons

  • The artwork Untitled (Carrier), by Jone Kvie, will be shown at the exhibition. ©Jone Kvie/BONO. Photo: A. Sune Berg.

  • A killer slug made by Niki Lindroth von Bahr for his stop-motion animated short film 'Something to Remember'. The slug will play a major role in the new work that the artist is creating for the exhibition. Photo: Niki Lindroth von Bahr.

  • Oscar Nilsson is creating a sculpture of the sickly girl Josie, taken from the 2021 novel 'Klara and the Sun' by 2017 Nobel Prize laureate in literature Kazuo Ishiguro. This is an image from the work in his studio. Photo: Richard von Hofsten.

  • An early X-ray picture taken by Wilhelm Röntgenof Albert von Kölliker's left hand. Photo: Public domain, Wikimedia Commons

  • The artwork Untitled (Carrier), by Jone Kvie, will be shown at the exhibition. ©Jone Kvie/BONO. Photo: A. Sune Berg.

 

The Nobel Prize banquet – behind the scenes

We welcome you to an exhibition where you can get a sense of what it feels like to attend the gala. The food, the clothing, the decorations and the laureates’ speeches are in the spotlight.
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Cultures of Creativity

Permanent exhibition of Nobel Prize Museum.
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Family

The Bubble Chamber is the museum’s exciting kids room.
Read more here.