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CROSSROADS SAKSALANHARJU

IAN NEWBERY - UK/SWEDEN


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  • IAN NEWBERY - SWEDEN - COLLABORATION PROJECT CROSSROADS SAKSALANHARJU

  • The international collaboration project CROSSROADS SAKSALANHARJU has started in August 2009.
    The first two artists were exploring how to collaborate in artistic way and to find inspiration from the environment and each other.

    The sculptor Ian Newbery is born in the UK, has studied at Helsinki Academy of Fine Arts and lives in Sweden. His sculptures are monumental and strong and these monolithic artistry are remarkable signs in the landscape. His drawings are sensitive and spiritual. The sculptor has a great international experience and respect together with his migrant background his participation in the collaboration project CROSSROADS SAKSALANHARJU will contribute to new experiences.   

    His participation in the collaboration project CROSSROADS SAKSALANHARJU is postponed indefinitely until a new part of this project.

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    choice 1

    budkavel

    Latvian Hot Seat

    Egg archway

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    Arts Council Finland
    AllaprimA foundation the Netherlands



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