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„Emerging Nordic Printmaking: Finland, Norway, Sweden" shows the works of nine students from three schools: Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki, Oslo National Academy of the Arts and Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. The idea underlying the exhibition is to bring together students who approach their work using contemporary ideas in printmaking and invite them to experience the installation and exhibition process internationally.

T-Gallery is the only gallery in Slovakia presenting primarily printmaking works and providing space for emerging artists and art students. The exhibition „Emerging Nordic Printmaking: Finland, Norway, Sweden" is an ambitious project, bringing together artists from Northern Europe, who did not know each other before the day of the installation and who were asked to create a collective exhibition under the gallerists' supervision. The exhibition will showcase both the uniqueness of the Nordic printmaking style and tradition, and the diversity of approaches and works ranging from artist to artist and from school to school.

Printmaking tradition in Finland, Norway and Sweden is anchored in the character of the Nordic landscape, providing the artwork with particular metaphysicality, calmness, sophistication and maximum purposefulness of every line and surface. Nordic printmaking has many shared characteristics with current trends in Slovak printmaking. This can be seen especially in applications of new media and processes to traditional printmaking modes.

The exhibition is organized in collaboration with the Embassy of Finland in Bratislava, the Embassy of Sweden in Vienna and The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Bratislava.