Nordea Art Foundation Finland

Helene Schjerfbeck: My Mother (1909); Silence (1907); Antti Favén: Midsummer Night Dance (1911); Magnus von Wright: Honkola Manor, Detail (1867); Akseli Gallén-Kallela: Lament of the Boat (1907). Nordea Art Foundation collection.

 

Nordea Art Foundation Finland is a non-profit organization that supports research and preservation of Finnish art, art history, and the history of commercial banking.

The foundation maintains and develops its own art collection, arranges exhibitions featuring its works of art, loans works for exhibitions, participates in exhibition activities of the Association of Finnish Fine Arts Foundations and awards an art prize to one artist in Finland each year. It also manages Nordea’s Bank Museum and history archives.

Nordea’s open art competition

The winners of the open art competition have been decided. We received 22 competition proposals – interesting and different interpretations of the goals of the competition program. When deciding on the winners of the high-level competition, the jury gave particular attention to the artistic quality and vision of the proposals.

Read more about the winners and the art competition

Contact Info

Mailing address

Nordea Art Foundation Finland 
c/o Nordea Bank Oyj
Aleksis Kiven katu 7
FI-00020 Nordea, Finland 

Tours and collection loans

Tour bookings
Tel. +358 20 515 6100 / 
E-mail: opastusvaraukset [at] fi.issworld.com

More info here.

Loan requests:
Director Kukka-Maaria Nummi
kukka-maaria.nummi [at] consult.nordea.com (kukka-maaria[dot]nummi[at]consult[dot]nordea[dot]com)
Tel. +358 40 550 5516

Social Media

Facebook: Nordean Taidesäätiö, https://www.facebook.com/artnordea

Instagram: @artnordeafinland

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