Address: Slottsgatan , 261 31 Landskrona
The Landskrona Art Gallery is one of the most beautiful in all of Scania, and a perennial favourite of exhibitors. With its tall window walls and concrete architectural idiom the art gallery blends with the surrounding Citadel park, while still maintaining its distinct design. The simple lines of the gallery accentuate and highlight the art on display, while the light plays with the observer's eye.
The Landskrona Art Gallery was built as an exhibition gallery for industrial design in 1963 for the 550 years anniversary of the Landskrona. Designed by architects Sten Samuelsson and Fritz Jaenecke the gallery building is the only remaining structure from the anniversary celebration.
A sculptural glass relief by Erik Höglund decorates the southwest wall of the gallery. And, right in the middle of the gallery an atrium garden has been made into a Japanese exhibition garden created by Ulla Mohlin in 1989 as part of a memorial exhibition in tribute of local artist Nobu Uta Hilding. The art gallery building also has a café that still has its original interior décor from the inauguration in 1963.
The Kaptensgården Sculpture Park surrounding the gallery features work by 19 different artists.