The collection

Discover the collection at Uppsala Art Museum, which includes more than 14,000 works of art and design.

The Uppsala Konstmuseum collection includes more than 14,000 works. It consists of regional and Swedish paintings from the 20th century to today, drawings and watercolours, sculptures, installations, objects and video art. Nearly half of the works in the collection are prints in various techniques and from many different eras, going back to the 16th century. We also have a large number of ceramic pieces from Upsala-Ekeby.


Nearly half of the works in the collection are prints in various techniques. including works by international iconic artists such as Niki de Saint Phalle, Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso, but also established Swedish artists such as Lena Svedberg, Lena Cronqvist and Carl-Johan De Geer.

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Ceramics, especially objects from Upsala-Ekeby, form a large part of the collection. There are some 1,300 pieces, consisting of the more artistically oriented output from the earthenware Upsala-Ekeby factory.

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What’s on?

We are currently showing works from the collection in different parts of the museum. Some works are exhibited in the reception area and staircase, others in Museum Bar & Café

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The past and the future

Building and presenting a collection is a conscious and dynamic process. The collection forms a baseline that can be arranged and featured in new constellations according to current themes and exhibitions

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