Eric Lennarth
Miljöaktiverare, 1987/2017

Jacob Dahlgren 
Primary Structure
2011
Kari Cavén 
Cow Chapel, 1993

Wanås

Anne Thulin 
Double Dribble, 2010

Robert Wilson
A House for Edwin Denby, 2000

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REVISIT 1987 - 30 YEARS OF ART AT WANÅS IN THE ART GALLERY & SCULPTURE PARK
The first exhibition of the season has opened, Revisit 1987 - 30 Years of Art at Wanås. That year marked the first art exhibition at Wanås, and now, 30 years later, there is a permanent collection comprised of 60 artworks. But what did the first exhibition look like? Through an indepth look at archival material such as photographs, films, we turn back time to 1987.

Special program April 14 - 23:

Free entrance to the Art Gallery and the Sculpture Park! The new Wanås Restaurant opens April 14 - 23, daily 11am - 4pm.

Sunday April 23

Wanås in 1987 and today - a talk between Marika Wachtmeister, Founder, The Wanås Foundation, Thomas Kjellgren, Freelance Curator, and Elisabeth Millqvist, Artistic Director, The Wanås Foundation. In the Art gallery, Sunday April 23, at 1pm - 2pm. In Swedish.

Sneak peek and book signing of Marika & CG Wachtmeister's a Konst, kor och kärlek på Wanås slott (Art, cows and love at Wanås Castle) published April 26 by Bokförlaget Langenskiöld. In the Art Gallery, Sunday April 23, 2pm - 3pm. In Swedish.


COWS CAN DREAM BY MARIA BAJT & JASON DIAKITÉ MIGRATE TO THE US
American Swedish Institute welcomes Swedish visual artist Maria Bajt who is creating a three-dimension installation and immersive play environment that explores the inner-world story of Sam, a "girl cow" in this instance, who dreams and wanders through the sculpture park, sometimes appearing in artworks. Inspired by the innovative and imaginative children's book, Cows Can Dream, with text by Jason Diakité, a Swedish Grammy winning rap musician also known as Timbuktu, and with illustrations by Bajt, the book is part of the Wanås Konst Children’s Book series featuring images by contemporary artists and texts by influential writers who aren't usually associated with children's books. Read more

Maria Bajt, Cows Can Dream 
American Swedish Institute, Minneapolis, USA 
Exhibition Period: January 21 – October 31, 2017



THE SCULPTURE PARK
Welcome to a magical place! The Sculpture Park is open daily all year round. Springtime in the Park - experience the collection as the beech trees turns bright green! Admission is free when the Art Gallery and the Reception is closed but you are welcome to make a donationThe Collection

MOVEMENT AS SCULPTURE WHEN WANÅS CELEBRATES 30 YEARS
The exhibition program at Wanås is turning 30 in 2017, and the celebration marks the passage of time – a movement from then until now. With the feature exhibition of 2017, SculptureMotion, The Wanås Foundation highlights sculpture in motion and sculpture that invites action. Program


WANÅS RESTAURANT HOTEL
Wanås Restaurant opens April 14 - 23, then daily from May 2. The hotel opens May 5. More information and bookings Wanås Restaurant Hotel.


ONGOING CONSTRUCTION FOR WANÅS RESTAURANT HOTEL
Please watch out for heavy traffic and do not enter the construction sites.


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