A Voice of One’s Own takes its starting point 100 years ago at the Baltic Exhibition in Malmö, Sweden. 1,700 exhibitors and 850,000 visitors witnessed cultural refinement, technical developments, art exhibitions and athletic feats. There was an air of “everything is possible,” with the war yet to begin. And in the midst of all this, the women’s manifestation and fight for suffrage. In this summer’s collaboration between Malmö Konstmuseum (Malmö Art Museum) and Moderna Museet Malmö, a number of contemporary artists have looked back in history at the reform work that promoted women’s rights at the beginning of the 20th century.
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