Nordic Pavilion

Nordiska Paviljongen

Photo Åsa Lundén/Moderna Museet.

The Nordic Pavilion at the Biennale in Venice was created in 1962 by Norwegian architect Sverre Fehn (1924–2009). It consists of a single hall of 400 sqm, open on two sides. Huge trees grow through the roof, wich is made of overlapping layers of conrete beams. It is a wonderful place, and during the Art Biennale 2013 work by Finnish artist Terike Haapoja will highlight the interplay beteween art and nature.
Don´t miss it when in Venice!

Here’s another fine building by Sverre Fehn

During the Art Biennale there´re several interesting exhibitions in the town of Venice.
At the marvellous Museo Fortuny you´ll find
Tàpies – The eye of the artist
Venice, Palazzo Fortuny
1st June – 24th November 2013

And at the ever-so wonderful Ca’Pesaro
The Sonnabend Collection
Venice, Ca’Pesaro – Galleria Internazionale d’Arte Moderna
31st May – 29th September 2013

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