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No Man is an Island – The Satanic Verses @Aarhus, Denmark

May 31, 2016 - October 28, 2018

Boy in cramped conditions, Bjørn Nørgaard’s Hesteofringen (The Horse Sacrifice) in new set-up, and a Lamborghini whose paintwork you are allowed to scratch. New exhibition at ARoS featuring works from the collection wants to direct focus on contemporary society and challenge our ideas about Europe. The exhibition No Man Is an Island – The Satanic Verses presents works from the ARoS collection as well as a series of distinctive works on loan. The exhibition features carefully selected installations by a number of international artists. No Man Is…

Reykjavik Art Museum: Ásmundur Sveinsson: Art for the People @Reykjavik, Iceland

May 20, 2017 @ 8:00 am - December 31, 2019 @ 5:00 pm

Retrospective on the works of Ásmundur Sveinsson. The sculptor Ásmundur Sveinsson was born in 1893 and died nearly ninety years later, in 1982. He lived through some of the most intense times of history; he was born into the poverty of the of an agrarian colony, with most of the population was striving subsistence farming, but when he died Icelanders had become one of the richest nations of the world, and the country had long ago become a republic with…

Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum’s collection @ Tromsø, Norway

October 21, 2017 - December 24, 2020

Tegn V by Jan Groth (1990), photo Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum   What is North? Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum’s collection encourages reflection, play and exploration, and in so doing enhances our perspectives of the North. What shapes the North? What is its history and what does it hold for the future? We present North as an combination of people, places and stories, in three rooms that thematically presents diverse perspectives from two centuries of art. Bigger than ever The collection is now displayed on two floors.…


January 1 - December 31

ASTRUP FEARNLEY MUSEET 25 YEARS! In 2018 vi are celebrating the 25th anniversary of Astrup Fearnley Museet! In this regard, we wish to especially emphasize the Astrup Fearnley Collection and some of its most prominent artists. The foundation of Astrup Fearnley Museet is the collection, which is one of Norway’s most comprehensive private collections of international contemporary art. The Astrup Fearnley Collection dates back to the 1960s and has since then focused on individual works and artists rather than ism’s…


February 27 - August 19

Herning Museum of Contemporary Art Bright colours, big emotions and a brash devil-may-care attitude! This exhibition features one of Denmark’s greatest Expressionist painters; an artist who allowed his brush to dance across the canvas, his colours flowing freely, full of fierce temperament and great pathos. The expression ‘colour power, like bloody Hell’ was coined by Jens Søndergaard (1895–1957), tellingly describing how he regarded the empty canvas as a place where he could capture stormy autumn scenes by the windswept western…

The Henie Onstad Kunstsenter: Boyle Family –Nothing is more radical than the facts @Oslo, Norway

April 20 - September 2

Boyle Family, Untitled, 1964, photo by Øystein Thorvaldsen / Henie Onstad Kunstsenter   En utstilling med arbeider av Mark Boyle, Joan Hills, Sebastian Boyle, Georgia Boyle og Soft Machine. Works by Mark Boyle, Joan Hills, Sebastian Boyle, Georgia Boyle & Soft Machine. Henie Onstad was one of the first institutions which began acquiring works from Mark Boyle (1934-2005) on a large scale. Boyle started his artistic career as a poet, but then continued on to work with assemblages, film, events,…

Ateneum: STORIES OF FINNISH ART @ Helsinki, Finland

May 1, 2018 - December 31, 2020

The Collection Exhibition presents classics with a twist The Ateneum Art Museum has the country’s oldest and largest art collection. The new collections exhibition presents well-loved classics alongside seldom-exhibited works of art. It draws new parallels and highlights works that have not been on show for a long time. Stories of Finnish Art illustrates the development of art in Finland from 1809 until the 1970s. At the exhibition, the story of Finnish art is juxtaposed with international developments in art and contemporary…

Designmuseo: Utopia Now – The Story of Finnish Design @Helsinki, Finland

May 1, 2018 - December 31, 2020

In honour of the centenary of Finnish independence in 2017, Design Museum has open its completely renewed collections exhibition. This exhibition presents the integral role of design in the evolution of the Finnish welfare state. It has five themes illustrating the history of design through living stories. The exhibition’s digital applications permit the display of materials that have not been shown before and can provide amounts of information many times greater than previously. They will also enhance and deepen the…

Svenskt Tenn at Didrichsen: Estrid Ericson & Josef Frank – Rethinking Design @Helsinki, Finland

May 25 - September 9

The summer exhibition 2018 at the Didrichsen Art Museum will present the Swedish interior design company Svenskt Tenn and its history. It is the first exhibition ever dedicated to Svenskt Tenn at an art museum in Finland. Svenskt Tenn was established in 1924 by art teacher Estrid Ericson, who started the company with a range of pewter products. Together with the Austrian architect and designer Josef Frank, Ericson led the company to become the most elegant interior design store in Sweden. The…

Childrens Town, Helsinki City Museum @Helsinki, Finland

May 26, 2018 - December 31, 2020

Lobby and citybunny, photo by: Maija Astikainen   Near the Senate Square, in the oldest city blocks of Helsinki, you can find the blue-grey Sederholm House, built in 1757. It is the oldest house in Helsinki. In May 2016, Children’s Town, an exhibition especially targeted at the youngest citizens, opened up there as a part of the new Helsinki City Museum. In Children’s Town, children and their companions can learn more about Helsinki’s history through own experiences and joint activities.…

National Museum: Edvard Munch and “The Scream” @Oslo, Norway

May 26, 2018 - December 31, 2020

Photo: The National Museum / Børre Høstland The National Museum in Oslo holds the world’s most important collection of paintings by Edvard Munch (1863–1944), including such famous and iconic works as The Scream. The National Gallery’s unique Munch room is the permanent home of 15–20 of the artist’s works. Here you will find the earliest versions of The Scream (1893), as well as Madonna (1894–1895), The Girls on the Pier (around 1901), The Dance of Life (1899–1900), and The Sick Child (1885–1886) – artistic statements that are captivating in their…

Lillehammer Art Museum: THE PARISIANS. Jean Heiberg, Henrik Sørensen, Per Krohg, Axel Revold @Lillehammer, Norway

May 26 - September 30

In the summer of 2018 Lillehammer Art Museum will mount a major exhibition featuring the “Parisians”: Jean Heiberg, Henrik Sørensen, Per Krohg and Axel Revold. These artists were students of the French painter Henri Matisse (1896-1954) in Paris. The exhibition presents over 100 works that have been borrowed from art institutions all over Scandinavia and from many private collectors. Académie Matisse Henri Matisse is unquestionably regarded as one of the leading painters of the 20th century. For well over three years,…

Art in the subway @Stockholm, Sweden

May 27, 2018 - December 31, 2020

The Stockholm subway system is said to be the world's longest art exhibit - 110 kilometers long.Traveling by subway is like traveling through an exciting story that extends from the artistic pioneers of the 1950s to the art experiments of today. Over 90 of the 100 subway stations in Stockholm have been decorated with sculptures, mosaics, paintings, installations, engravings, and reliefs by over 150 artists. The Kungsträdgården subway station looks like an archaeological excavation, with the remains of the old…


June 17 @ 8:00 am - August 31 @ 5:00 pm

In the photo: Riikka Ahlfors, Blue Moment  oil on canvas, 2017   Organised since 1993, this festival is Finland’s leading summer reviews of contemporary art, with a new curator bringing a fresh perspective to the exhibition every year. For more than a decade the main exhibition venue has been Pekilo, a former animal feed refinery near the Mänttä mill chimneystack. This is an event that brings contemporary art down to earth at a family-friendly destination. Mänttä Art Festival has selected gallery owner,…


August 18, 2018 - March 4, 2019

#Dysturb poster at Horten Skatepark with photo by Eman Helal, photo: Benjamin Petit/Dysturb   #Dysturb presents photo journalism in a new and innovative way, completely independent from the restrictions of conventional news publishing channels. #Dysturb is an international group of freelance photographers who work on the streets and in urban spaces. They try to raise awareness about important political issues by the use of news photography. When documentary photography is blown up in very large formats and thus becomes a part of the urban space, it…

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