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Sculpture in Nature

Outdoor Exhibition
Permanent exhibition

Sculpture in Nature is Artipelag’s permanent outdoor exhibition. The artworks can be seen along the walking paths in the surrounding forests and meadows, along the seashore, on the jetty and the headland.

Information

Buy an audio guide to the exhibition in Artipelag’s webshop and listen to it on your smartphone or tablet.
The audio guide is available in Swedish and English. You will be able to choose the language after you have purchased the audio guide.

Purchase a guided map with information about each artwork at the reception. The map is available in English and Swedish.

Adults & students: 50 SEK
Art.Pass Members: free admission
Children/youths (0-17 years): free admission

Karta över utomhusutställningen Skulptur i natur

Some areas are accessed via the wooden boardwalk, but some works are placed in light terrain. During wet or icy conditions, using the boardwalk and paths is at your own risk. Walking shoes are recommended.

Please respect nature and use the paths in the woods. Do not climb on the artwork.

Here, you will find all the practical information about your visit to Artipelag.

About The Exhibition

As the name suggests, Sculpture in Nature is all about the interaction that occurs when art is placed in nature and not as customary in the neutral white cube. This interaction has always been of great importance at Artipelag, not only through the position of the artworks but also through the architecture and how nature’s elements find a place inside and are allowed through walls and ceilings.

Sculpture in nature includes artworks by Nordic and international artists. In the permanent exhibition, we find Jaume Plensa, Maria Miesenberger, Berlinde De Bruyckere, Lars Nilsson, Klara Kristalova, Joel Fisher, Per Kirkeby and more.

Sculpture in nature is an ongoing process, and new artworks – both permanent and borrowed – are continuously added to the exhibition. The artworks are sometimes also given new positions to form new contexts and keep the exhibition's dynamic format. 

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