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Kalender

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November Salon 2024

16 November 2024
The year ends with the November Salon, that started in 2023 and instantly became a regular event in KKAM's exhibition program.
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HDK-Valand degree exhibition

28 September 2024
This autumn KKAM will exhibit works by graduating pottery students from HDK-Valand, Academy of Art and Design.
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Pottery auction 2024

31 August 2024
Buy or sell Scandinavian pottery at our traditional auction. In 2024 it will be a little later than usual: Welcome in early autumn and see what goes under the hammer.
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Jens Fänge – Pottery

15 June 2024
Jens Fänge is known for his figurative and surreal paintings and is a leading representative of "the new figuratives". At here Jens will not show paintings, but pottery that he has created at the KKAM Studio in Höganäs.
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Joakim Sandqvist

25 April 2024
Beckers Art Award 2024 Beckers Art Award was founded in 1987 and has a remarkable ability to identify a talented contemporary artists.
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Konsthallen – Art Gallery 2024

2 March 2024
The program is set for this year's exhibitions in the art gallery, even if some dates may change. We're happy to announce that it's going to be another great year!
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Bertil Vallien

2 March 2024
Bertil Vallien - Pottery and drawingsWe are proud to start the year with an exhibition by Bertil Vallien, who will show pottery and drawings at KKAM. Carpaint & Clay - sculptures from the 1960s opens March 2. Welcome!
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Gavelrummen – Gable rooms 2024

2 March 2024
The Gable rooms have a number of interesting exhibitions, with a great variety of materials and designs. See the 2024 exhibition program here.
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November Salon

11 November 2023
We invite artists working in northwestern Skåne to apply to participate in this year's November Salon.
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Cecilia Kraitz

30 September 2023
The abstract, cellular shapes are a recurring, almost obvious motif in Cecila Kraitz's work. This is evident in the exhibition Earth's breath at KKAM this autumn.