Borås Konstmuseum

About Borås Art Museum

Borås Art Museum is known for its national and international exhibitions, as well as its substantial collection of Swedish contemporary art, of which moving images is especially prominent.

The museum consists of three floors and houses several exhibition areas. Experience contemporary art, immerse yourself in Lars Tunbjörk's exceptional work of photography and develop your own creativity in our artist’s studio.

Borås Art Museum also manages the city’s public art and organizes Borås Internation Sculpture Biennale. In 2021 Borås was marking the 400th anniversary of its founding. In conjunction with the festivities, the Borås International Sculpture Biennale changed name to the Borås Art Biennial and launched new partnerships with the Textile Museum of Sweden and Borås TME and engaged the entire city in a festival of art.

Mission in moving images

Because of its long involvement with film- and video art, Borås Art Museum has been assigned the mission by Västra Götaland Regional Council to collect, preserve and display moving images. It is a responsibility we manage by displaying video art in the museum, and by taking an active part in the development of moving images as an art form.

Paris 2004, © Lars Tunbjörk

Opening hours

Monday closed
Tuesday 12–17
Wednesday 12–17
Thursday 12–19
Friday 12–16
Saturday 12–16
Sunday 12–16

Thursdays 12.30 and 17.30

No admission fee



P. A. Halls Terrass, Borås

0734 32 73 86 (during opening hours)

Eva Eriksdotter, Museum Director
033 35 76 81


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