Three Artistic Must-Sees in Sweden

Published Date Author: , November 21st, 2011

Fotografiska: Located in a magnificent Art Nouveau building overlooking Stockholm harbor, Fotografiska opened in May 2010 with an exhibition of 194 Annie Leibovitz photographs, and shows the world’s best contemporary photography, as well as encouraging up-and-coming artists through seminars, courses, and minor exhibitions. Oh, and the food at the bistro, with panoramic harbor views, is top notch, too.

Sculpture at Pilane: Located on the island of Tjoern in western Sweden, this 20-acre sculpture park is set on an ancient burial ground featuring 90 stone circles that date back to the Iron Age and which were likely used for sacrifices and legal hearings. You will weave through those, and hundreds of unmarked graves (plus a herd of around 50 friendly black-faced sheep) as you take in sculptures designed by international artists.

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