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Wanås Konst Scultpture Park
“Eleven Minute Line”, from 2004 by artist Maya Lin, at Wanås Konst Sculpture Park in Skåne.
Photo credit: Maya Lin, Eleven Minute Line, 2004. Photo Per Pixel

Wanås Konst, Skåne

Wanås Konst has a clear vision: contemporary art and culture for all.

Everyone, regardless of background should be able to access and experience art, and the space is run by an independent, non-profit foundation. The setting fits this description perfectly – at Wanås you view contemporary art both outdoors in the forest and inside the farm buildings.

The sculpture park's permanent collection, which includes 70 site-specific artworks by artists such as Djurberg & Berg, Ann Hamilton, Yoko Ono and Ann-Sofi Sidén, is a magical space that opens up thoughts about the Swedish way of life where “allemansrätten” – everyone’s right and responsibilities when accessing the freedom to roam – has formed parts of our identity. Artists from all over the world come to create large scale works on site in the sculpture park that is a designated nature reserve with majestic old beech and oak trees.

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Art exhibition at Wanås castle, Skåne

"Wish Trees for Wanås" by artist Yoko Ono.

Photo: Yoko Ono, Wish Trees for Wanås, 1996 /2011. Photo Carolina Romare

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Art exhibition at Wanås castle, Skåne

Photo: Yoko Ono, Wish Trees for Wanås, 1996 /2011. Photo Carolina Romare

Wanås Konst Scultpture Park

Photo: Jeppe Hein_Modified Social Bench #11, 2012. Photo Mattias Givell

Wanås in Skåne

Photo: Dan Graham, Two Different Anamorphic Surfaces, 2000. Photo