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Museum of Modern Art, Stockholm, Sweden
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Moderna museetthe Museum of Modern ArtStockholmSweden, is a state museum located on the island of Skeppsholmen in central Stockholm, that was first opened in 1958. Its first manager was Pontus Hultén. On May 2010, Daniel Birnbaum became the new director of the museum.

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