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Hanaholmen – the Swedish-Finnish Cultural Centre

11.6 klo 00:00 - 17.9 klo 23:59 — Hanasaarenranta 5

Hanaholmen – the Swedish-Finnish Cultural Centre
Hanaholmen works to develop co-operation between the countries in all areas of society. The building, designed by architect Veikko Malmio, was inaugurated on 1 June 1975. Art has always been an important part of Hanaholmen and the art collection, consisting of almost 300 artworks, was largely acquired already during the design stage. Later, the art collection expanded from the inside out to the surrounding nature, into a Nordic Art Park, which features internationally renowned Nordic contemporary art.

Nubben 100 – Robin Lindqvist, Lars-Gunnar Nordström, Jarkko Räsänen 2.6.2023-28.1.2024
Hanaholmen – the Swedish-Finnish Cultural Centre and the Pro Artibus Foundation are starting the celebration of Lars-Gunnar “Nubben” Nordström’s (1924-2014) 100th birthday with a joint exhibition. Nubben himself is of naturally one of the artists in the exhibition, which also includes works by Robin Lindqvist from Sweden and Jarkko Räsänen from Finland. Nordström is well known in the Nordic countries, where his Constructivist art has been much admired since the 1950s.

The contemporary artists in the exhibition draw on the tradition of abstract art and interest in music, in close relation to Nordström’s work. The works offer a glimpse into the broad scope of abstract art, and how non-presentational art can depict dynamic movement as well as stillness, and everything in between.


Hanaholmen – the Swedish-Finnish Cultural Centre
Hanasaarenranta 5, FI-02100 Espoo

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