• Beatrice Alemagna
    Vi går till parken, 2019

  • Martin Jacobson
    Katedralen, 2018

  • Jenny Holzer
    Wanås Wall, 2002

  • Katarina Löfström
    Open Source, 2018

  • Malin Holmberg
    I will stop loving you, 2010

  • Sarah Schwartz
    Mother, 1990

  • Beatrice Alemagna
    Vi går till parken, 2019

  • Martin Jacobson
    Katedralen, 2018

  • Jenny Holzer
    Wanås Wall, 2002

  • Katarina Löfström
    Open Source, 2018

  • Malin Holmberg
    I will stop loving you, 2010

  • Sarah Schwartz
    Mother, 1990

  • Beatrice Alemagna
    Vi går till parken, 2019

  • Martin Jacobson
    Katedralen, 2018

  • Jenny Holzer
    Wanås Wall, 2002

  • Katarina Löfström
    Open Source, 2018

  • Malin Holmberg
    I will stop loving you, 2010

  • Sarah Schwartz
    Mother, 1990

  • Beatrice Alemagna
    Vi går till parken, 2019

  • Martin Jacobson
    Katedralen, 2018

  • Jenny Holzer
    Wanås Wall, 2002

  • Katarina Löfström
    Open Source, 2018

  • Malin Holmberg
    I will stop loving you, 2010

  • Sarah Schwartz
    Mother, 1990

Art Projects 2023

The year offers both humorous and profound works by the prominent Swedish artist Carola Grahn and Art Weekends where you are invited to participate in creative activities together with the artists. In open workshops in the studio and activities outside in the park, we meet the artists Molly Haslund (March 4–5) and Jacob Dahlgren (April 7–8) who both have appreciated works with a permanent place outside the sculpture park to get to know their artistic process and be inspired for your own creative exploration

On May 6, the summer's sculptural art commission by artist Carola Grahn (b. 1982) launches in the sculpture park. In several site-specific installations, Grahn explores our relationship to nature, rites and sacred places. With traces of dark humor, and references to popular culture and Sami traditions, the artist prompt reflection on issues concerning power structures, land and ownership, the future of the planet and our way of life.

In September, Wanås Konst’s collaboration with MARC, Knislinge continues through new dance commissions. This year, choreographer Joanna Kotze who has invited internationally recognized dance duo Mina Nishimura & Kota Yamazki to create a new site-responsive outdoor dance work in dialogue with existing works in the sculpture park collection.

In October, we welcome autumn with a two-day literature & art festival, focusing on the wonderous world of mushrooms and myscelia networks. The festival is co-curated with a local youth council, and Canadian, Copenhagen-based David Zilber, chef, fermentation expert, critic and author of The Noma Guide to Fermentation.

MISSION

Wanås Konst produces and communicates art that challenges and changes the view of society.

VISION

Contemporary art and culture for all. Everyone—regardless of background, capacity or functional variation—should have access to the art and the experience.

CORE VALUES

Excellence and accessibility. Everything produced and conveyed should be of the highest quality and accessible to all.