”Att göra ett minnesmärke över livet” : En komparativ utställningsanalys av två svenska konstnärshem
Sammanfattning: This essay investigates and compares two Swedish artist homes made into museums using an applied version of Danish scholar Rune Gade’s exhibition analysis method. The homes that were chosen for the study are Tallbo, in the region of Gästrikland, the home of Swedish painter Ecke Hedberg (1868-1959) and Bror Hjorths Hus in the city of Uppsala, the home of Swedish painter and sculptor Bror Hjorth (1894-1968). The essay focuses on the permanent exhibitions of the artists private homes and ateliers, and the interior and artworks that are shown. This essay answers the questions of which objects have been chosen for the exhibitions (with a presentation of the interior and art in both homes), how the objects are organized and curated, how the objects are presented and in which public context the exhibition functions in. The latter question is answered within the frame of intermediation, musealization, cultural heritage and identity connected to Australian historian and curator Linda Young’s theories of historical homes.
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