Malmö Konstmuseum is a special case: one of the country’s most important art collections, and most of it lies hidden in the archives. The other day I was talking with a woman who lives in Dulwich in South London. She reminded me that the Dulwich Picture Gallery is one of the world’s first museum buildings designed specifically for displaying an art collection. From the very beginning, in the early 1800s, they decided that the collection ought to be made available for the “inspection of the public.” Let that roll around on your tongue for a minute: “inspection of the public.” What does it mean? How can we make the collection accessible today? What stories have these works generated over the years, and what new tales do they have to tell us?