A very fascinating museum. At the time I visited they were exhibiting Secret Love which depicted the taboos surrounding homosexuality in China. It was eye opening, raw and at times heart breaking. But very, very fascinating and some fantastic art pieces are displayed in this exhibit. Also interested was their Day In The World exhibition, though there seemed to be far too many pics from the USA. I would devote 2-3 hours at the museum and there is also a lovely cafe/restaurant should you wish to have lunch there too. I thought the entrance was a bit pricey (100SEK including entry to Hidden Love) but hey thats Scandinavia I suppose.
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