The Permanent Collection at SSE is spread throughout the school and consists of works by both Swedish and international artists.
The Jacob Dahlgren Room
The Swedish artist Jacob Dahlgren has been working on room 542 in SSE´s main building at Sveavägen 65 during the summer of 2021, and the room will be inaugurated in September. The Jacob Dahlgren Room...
The Cabinet Room
The Cabinet Room is a classroom full of contemporary art, placed in curiosity cabinets in-between compartments made for students to sit in. The room still seats 41 students, and is a classroom...
Mor och barn/Mother and child
Mor och barn (Mother and child), 1997-2020, by Dan Wolgers in the Cabinet Room.
Plato's Cave, 2019, by Samson Kambalu, f 1975 (Malawi), Digital video, 58 sec, in the Cabinet Room.
Curiosity Cabinet (boron 10 mg): You, me, rock, mountain - commodities of the quantified universe (Impact Crater)
Curiosity Cabinet (boron 10 mg): You, me, rock, mountain - commodities of the quantified universe (Impact Crater) by Hanna Ljungh.
Leap of Faith (Getting Over)
Maria Miesenberger, Leap of Faith (Getting Over), in the atrium of Stockholm School of Economics, is an illustration of SSE’s educational mission FREE if you ask President Lars Strannegård.
4 Composition No 2
4 Composition No 2 by Clay Ketter from 1994 in the north corridor on Sveavägen 65.
Systrarna går igenom nattens händelser/The sisters sum up the night´s events
The painting Systrarna går igenom nattens händelser (The sisters sum up the night´s events) by Meta Isæus-Berlin from 2011.
Handels for future!
Lars Arrhenius´ video artwork is a playful yet serious portrait of the Stockholm School of Economics – an interpretation and ideal image, simultaneously. It depicts the school's relationship to the...
The Heckscher-Ohlin Room
The Heckscher-Ohlin Room reflects upon the relationship of Economics and Economic history to Art and Creativity. The room contains site-specific commissions by Jens Fänge and Bella Rune and artworks...
The Board Room
The Board Room Project reflects upon the history and function of one of the most important rooms in the school. The idea is to pay tribute to the room’s original aesthetic and symbolic qualities, and...
The work "Awakening" by Meta Isaeus-Berlin was installed in the Atrium at Stockholm School of Economics in 2015, and it was on view until 2017.