3rd Floor Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 12 – 6 pm (Wednesday until 7 pm)
Saturday, January 24 through Saturday, April 4, 2015
Free admission | #VirtualVoyage
The first Scandinavia House exhibition dedicated to digital, moving image, and light-based Nordic art, Voyage to the Virtual takes the metaphor of “the voyage” – a concept deeply rooted in Nordic identity – as a starting point for an exploration into the ways contemporary artists are expanding on the human perceptual experience. Combining video, animation, sculpture, light, and interactive media, the exhibition invites viewers on expeditions to the far north, travels through time and space, and perceptual journeys into the realm of the virtual.
Voyage to the Virtual is curated by Tanya Toft, Curator and Ph.D. Fellow at Copenhagen University, and organized by The American-Scandinavian Foundation (ASF). The exhibition has been made possible by generous grants from Ny Carlsbergfondet, the Nordic Culture Point, and the Nordic Culture Fund. We gratefully acknowledge additional support from The Consulate General of Denmark in New York, the SWEA New Jersey Chapter, and the Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA).
Tuesdays, 6 – 8 pm, February 3 & March 3, 2015
The 3rd Floor Gallery is open late with extended hours once a month. Enjoy new Nordic music, grab a refreshment, and explore the exhibition Voyage to the Virtual after hours, while socializing with other art enthusiasts.
Transform! Where Tradition meets Tomorrow
Friday, April 17 through Saturday, August 1, 2015
Prize Prints celebrates The Queen Sonja Print Award, a biennial prize established to encourage young artists working in the graphic arts. The exhibition features recent work by the 2012 and 2014 prize winners, Tiina Kivinen (Finland) and Svend-Allan Sørensen (Denmark), as well as a selection of works by the prize’s founders, printmakers H.M. Queen Sonja of Norway, Kjell Nupen, and Ornulf Opdahl. The exhibition also recognizes the exciting international collaboration between the print shops Ateljé Larsen (Helsingborg, Sweden) and Universal Limited Art Editions (Long Island, NY).
Prize Prints is organized by Sune Nordgren, Project Leader for The Queen Sonja Print Award, and The American-Scandinavian Foundation.