On 1 October, the Nobel Prize Museum’s new exhibition entitled “Life Eternal” will open at Liljevalchs (Liljevalch Art Gallery) in Stockholm. A media preview tour will take place starting at 10.00 on 29 September at Liljevalchs.

The exhibition brings together science, art and cultural history. It shows different approaches to eternity, explores the crucial issues of our era and offers hope for the future.

©Jone Kvie/BONO och Photo: A. Sune Berg.

Mårten Castenfors, Head of Liljevalchs, and Erika Lanner, Director of the Nobel Prize Museum, will tell about the background to the exhibition. Clara Åhlvik, Director of Exhibitions at the Nobel Prize Museum, will lead a media preview tour of “Life Eternal”. The tour will be conducted in Swedish. If requested, a tour in English will begin around 11.00.

Several of the artists and creative partners who have worked with the exhibition will be on hand, among them artist Niki Lindroth von Bahr, Christian Partos and model maker Oscar Nilsson.


Coffee and light refreshments will be served.


RSVP no later than 27 September:

Rebecka Oxelström, Head of Press, Nobel Foundation

0734-12 66 75

Sara Källsner, Communication and Press Officer, Liljevalchs

08-508 31 325, 076-123 13 25


Read more at: https://nobelprizemuseum.se/en/nobel-prize-museum-creates-exhibition-about-eternal-life-at-liljevalchs/


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