Virserums Konsthall exhibits art on 1,600 m² in the rural town of Virserum. The art museum aims to portray a different image of Sweden, with a more rural focus, while highlighting concepts of gender, class and geography too.
Virserums Konsthall is an art gallery and an important meeting point for people of the area and its visitors. There are always several art exhibitions open here and the main exhibition hall, called ‘the Paper House’, is a sight in itself. The upper floor has an arched ceiling, which lets in a dim natural light, whereas the ground floor is totally cut off from daylight, creating an interesting interior and a different example of Swedish architecture. Before you leave, make sure to pop by the small shop and the cosy café serving organic food.
Virserums Konsthall is an art museum portraying a different image of Sweden, located in the countryside of Småland. Photo: Virserums Konsthall