What is Nordic-Art Co.operation
Nordic-Art Co.operation is a cooperation between artists from Nordic countries. The cooperation is to welcome artists to another Nordic country with a joint extrange exhibition in their own home country. The cooperation is intended to promote friendships and working community between artists in the Nordic countries and now is the first friendship exchange exhibition Denmark - Farao Islands - Finland - Sweden where sculptor and designer Kristian Venäläinen from Finland and visual artist Lotte Kjøller from Denmark are leader and curator in their own country. In these exhibitions both Danish and Finnish and swedish artists at must be represented. There must also be both men and women from these countries. Of couse skilled artists for a good show. And young talents.
Why do we call us Co.operation
We intentionally call the exhibition Nordic Art because we are from Nordic countries and because later we can open the exhibition to other Nordic countries if it becomes a success. And there are actually many exhibitions in all the Nordic countries together.
The exhibition is called Co.operation because it is exactly what it is - a cooperation in Nordic countries between artists and art forms. Co.operation also means co. with means again and again, and operation means fx., surgical operations which is a violent intervention. And that's the exhibition is ...
We believe that the artexhibition itself just should be called: Nordic.Art Co.operation
Where are we now
Right now, 10 artists are gathered from different deciplines. There are 4 artists from Finland, 5 from Denmark and 1 from Sweden. However, we are both men and women. We're enough now. We work with painting, photo, video, installation, sound and sculpture. The shape is laid. Now we have to find suitable exhibition venues for our Nordic group. Want your place to be our first exhibition venue?
Exhibition halls, museums and art galleries are welcome to contact us regarding an upcoming exhibition at the adress below.
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