Wanås Castle

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Wanås Castle
Wanås slott
Östra Göinge Municipality
Vanås.jpg
Wanås castle
Wanås Castle is located in Skåne
Wanås Castle
Wanås Castle
Coordinates 56°11′10″N 14°02′43″E / 56.1860°N 14.0454°E / 56.1860; 14.0454
Site information
Open to
the public
No
Site history
Built 15th century

Wanås Castle (Swedish: Wanås slott) is a castle in Östra Göinge Municipality, Scania, in southern Sweden. It is situated to the west of Knislinge, approximately 20 kilometres (12 mi) north of Kristianstad.[1]

A selection of the outdoors exhibitions[edit]

Kari Cavéns Cow Chapel
Pål Svenssons Sprungen ur (1996), diabas
  • The little bridge (1988), diabas, by Stefan Wewerka
  • Black line (1988), Raffael Rheinsberg
  • Terra Maximus (1989), by Sissel Tolaas
  • Gray Clam (1990), by Jene Highstein
  • Pyramiden (1990), by Gunilla Bandolin
  • Stigma (1991), by Gloria Friedmann
  • Observatorium (1992), by Icelandic sculptor Rúrí (f 1951)
  • Cow Chapel (1993), by Kari Cavén
  • Wanås (1994), by Per Kirkeby
  • Sprungen Ur (1996), by Pål Svensson
  • Parables (1998), by Allan McCollum
  • The Hunt Chair for Animal Spirits (1998), by Marina Abramović
  • Imposter (1999), by Roxy Paine
  • A House for Edwin Denby (2000), by Robert Wilson
  • Fideicommissum (2000), bronze, by Ann-Sofi Sidén
  • Two Different Anamorphic Surfaces (2000), by Dan Graham
  • Together and Apart (2001), by Antony Gormley
  • Wanås Wall (2002), by Jenny Holzer
  • Vertigo (2002), by Charlotte Gyllenhammar
  • lignum (2002), by Ann Hamilton
  • I Am Thinking About Myself – Wanås 2003 (2003), Marianne Lindberg De Geer
  • 11 Minute Line (2004), by Maya Lin
  • The eighth chimney (2007), tegel, by Jan Svenungsson

A selection of the permanent indoors exhibition[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wanås" (in Swedish). Slottsguiden.info. 17 September 2007. Retrieved 30 November 2009. 

External links[edit]