Across three locations on Sarvisalo, an island in Loviisa, Finland, the Zabludowicz Collection has initiated an international residency programme for invited artists. The residency programme offers an open-ended and discursive environment for the production of art.
Activities in the collection’s three hub locations – London, Sarvisalo and New York – have guided the selection of participating artists. And the three locations on the island: Herman's, the Carpenter's House and Suvikunta – their names acknowledging their previous owners and histories – have become places where artists and practitioners from many disciplines will find space to work.
“What the collection is doing in terms of projects with artists is extremely important, in particular in this region of the world.”
Claire Gould, Curator, Helsinki Art Museum
The residencies offer an open-ended and discursive environment for the production of art.Read More