New exhibition 2017
Half an Angel by Maria Miesenberger opens on May 4 and runs until October 1 2017. Read more here... Welcome! Spara Spara Spara Spara

Generous grant 2017
The Barbro Osher Pro Suecia Foundation has approved a generous grant for support of the Carl Eldh Studio Museum exhibition in 2017.

Start of season 2017
On Sunday April 2 the museum reopens for the Summer season and will be open every Sunday from 12 until 4 pm. Public guided tours in Swedish at 12, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. In English 1.30 pm. Opening hours incerase in May and in June. Read more... Outside these times the museum is open for pre-booked…

Project grants
Through generous grants from Tornspiran and King Gustaf VI Adolf's Foundation for Swedish Culture the Carl Eldh Studio Museum will be able to continue its work to sort and archive the museum's manuscripts and documents for the establishment of a personal archive of the sculptor Carl Eldh.  

Catalogue grant
The Royal Patriotic Society has approved a generous grant for support of an exhibition catalogue about Maria Miesenberger, which will be published in conjunction with the opening of the exhibition in May 2017.

Spring 2017
Until March the museum is open for pre-booked tours as well as for different collaborative events. The next summer season with regular opening hours starts in April 2017, on Sunday April 2 12-4 pm. This year's exhibition with contemporary sculpture by Maria Miesenberger opens on May 4 and runs…

Last week!
This is the last week to visit Bianca Maria Barmen's exhibition Lonely Boys House, which runs until October 2 2016. Read more about the exhibition here... Welcome!

Development support
The City of Stockholm has approved a generous grant for support and development of the Carl Eldh Studio Museum. For more information, please see granted support 2016.

For current exhibition reviews, please see Aktuellt (only in Swedish).

Artist talk 2016
On May 26 at 6 pm, an artist talk with Bianca Maria Barmen and art critic Joanna Persman, based on the exhibition Lonely Boys House, will take place in the museum (only in Swedish). Read more here...

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Opening hours
Thursday-Sunday 12-4 pm. Public guided tour in English at 1.30 pm. Other times, group tours by appointment and collaborative events, see other events and current  for more information.

Visiting address
Lögebodavägen 10

Postal address
Carl Eldhs Ateljémuseum
Lögebodavägen 10

+46-(0)8-612 65 60

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