New Director of the Royal Collections appointed
Margareta Nisser-Dalman will be the new Director of the Royal Collections.
She has an international degree in economics and a doctoral degree in history of art from Uppsala University, and currently manages public activities at the Stockholm Palace Administration. "I am delighted and incredibly honoured to assume responsibility for the Royal Collections with the Bernadotte Library. As an art historian specialising in 17th, 18th and early 19th century royal and nobility architecture, interiors, furniture and craftsmanship, this is my ideal job. Essentially, it will involve managing and caring for the royal collections, but another important duty is to contribute towards generating new knowledge about the collections. My future colleagues are all experts within their fields, and I very much look forward to working with them." The Royal Collections with the Bernadotte Library is part of the Royal Court. In total, the collections comprise approximately 250,000 individual objects at the royal palaces. The Bernadotte Library is a classical research library, consisting of around 130,000 books and approximately 800,000 photographs. Margareta Nisser-Dalman will take over from Carin Bergström, who is retiring. Find out more about the Royal Collections here.