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Nordea Art Foundation Finland

Helene Schjerfbeck: My Mother (1909); Silence (1907); Antti Favén: Midsummer Night Dance (1911); Manus 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, provides scholarships to artists and art history researchers, develops collection related to commercial banking and manages Nordea history archives.

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Invitation to Nordea’s open art competition

Nordea is organising an open art competition for professional visual artists and groups of professional visual artist operating in Finland. The purpose of the competition is to find proposals for new work to be exhibited at the new office building at the Nordea Campus in Vallila. Entries can be submitted until 12 January 2024 at 12 noon, and the winning entry will be revealed in early 2025.

Contact Info

Mailing address

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

Tour and loan requests


More info here.


Loan requests:

Director Anu Kehusmaa
anu.kehusmaa [at] (anu[dot]kehusmaa[at]consult[dot]nordea[dot]com)

+358 41 4377 566

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