Wallensköld Viggo

Curriculum Vitae

Born 1969 in Porvoo, Finland.
Works and lives in Tampere and Helsinki, Finland

STUDIES

  • 1997 – 2000 University of Industrial Arts, Helsinki, Finland / pedagogic studies
  • 1990 – 95 Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, Finland / Master of Fine Arts Degree in Painting
  • 1989 – 90 University of Helsinki, Art Studio
  • 1988 – 90 University of Helsinki, Department of Art History

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

  • 2016 Taidesalonki – Konstsalongen, Helsinki, Finland
  • 2014 Variations. Hämeenlinna Art Museum, Finland
  • 2013 Edsvik Konsthall, Sollentuna, Sweden
  • 2012 Taidesalonki – Konstsalongen, Helsinki, Finland
  • 2009-2010 Taidesalonki – Konstsalongen, Helsinki, Finland
  • 2008-2009 Invisible. Ludwig Museum in the Russian Museum – Marble Palace, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
  • 2007 Taidesalonki – Konstsalongen, Helsinki, Finland
  • 2006 Gallery Vanha Kappalaisentalo, Porvoo, Finland
  • 2005 Tampere Art Museum, Tampere, Finland
    Forum Box, Helsinki, Finland
    Taidesalonki – Konstsalongen, Helsinki, Finland
    Amos Anderson Art Museum, Helsinki, Finland
    Aquatinte, Strasbourg, France
  • 2002 Taidesalonki – Konstsalongen, Helsinki, Finland
  • 2000 Taidesalonki – Konstsalongen, Helsinki, Finland
  • 1998 Gallery Katariina, Helsinki, Finland
  • 1996 tm • gallery, Helsinki, Finland
  • 1995 Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, Finland
  • 1994 The Porvoo Art Exhibition Hall, Porvoo, Finland
    Graduating Students´ Exhibition, Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, Finland
  • 1993 Gallery Segerman, Loviisa, Finland
  • 1992 Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, Finland
  • 1989 Kukko ja Kana, Helsinki, Finland

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

  • 2016 Freehand, Art Center Purnu 2016, Orivesi, Finland
    From Heino with Love, HAM Helsinki Art Museum, Helsinki, Finland
    Salon Maila Talvio, Hartola, Finland
    Authors Choice, Pinxinmäki, Sysmä, Finland
  • 2015 Uudisrakennus / Nybygge / New Building, Taidesalonki, Helsinki, Finland
    Man and Woman XXII, The Museum of New Art in Pärnu, Pärnu, Estonia
    MAP OF THE NEW ART. Imago Mundi, Fondazione Giorgio Zini, Venice, Italy
  • 2014-15 Nordisk Salong 2014, Dunkers Kulturhus, Helsingborg, Sweden
  • 2014 Contemporary Finnish, Bukowskis, Helsinki, Finland
  • 2013 Man and Woman XX, The Museum of New Art in Pärnu, Estonia
    Pop Up Art Näsilinna, Tampere, Finland
  • 2012-2013 The 7th Wave – Wihuri and Visual Art, Kunsthalle Helsinki, Finland
    Lönnström Art Museum, Rauma, Finland
  • 2012 Pirkanmaan 5. Triennaali, The Lenin Museum, Tampere, Finland
    Man and Woman XIX, The Museum of New Art in Pärnu, Pärnu, Estonia
    Art is So Gay, Forum Box, Helsinki, Finland
  • 2011-2012 Mazzano!Amos Anderson Art Museum, Helsinki;Tampere Art Museum,Tampere;
    Rotermann´s Salt Storage – The Museum of Estonian Architecture,Tallinn,Estonia
  • 2010 Posh painting, Gallery Kalhama& Piippo Contemporary, Savonlinna Temporary, Savonlinna, Finland
  • Camilla Pyk, Viggo Wallensköld, Grafström Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2009 (un)naturally, Kiasma, Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland
  • 2008-2009 Synligt-Osynligt, Galleri Elverket, Tammisaari, Finland;
    Kajaani Art museum, Kajaani, Finland; Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art, Vaasa, Finland;
    Observatory, Turku, Finland; Rackstadsmuseet, Arvika, Sweden.
  • 2008 ”som en tjuv om natten”, Galleri Elverket, Tammisaari
  • 2007 Transgressio, South Karelia Art Museum, Lappeenranta, Finland
    Paavo Paunu, Viggo Wallensköld, Raisio Museum Harkko, Finland
    Boogie Woogie. Art and Jazz, Kunsthalle Helsinki, Finland
    Self Portrait, Gallery Katariina, Helsinki, Finland
  • 2005 Unmentionables – Men´s Underwear Culture, The Helsinki City Art Museum, Finland
  • 2004 IX Mäntän kuvataideviikot – Art festival, Mänttä, Finland
    Alaston/Naked/Nude, Sara Hildén Art Museum, Tampere, Finland
  • 2003 Market: Young Artists Biennial, Kunsthalle Helsinki
  • 2002 Biennale Balticum 02, Basic elements, Rauma Artmuseum, Rauma, Finland
    107. Annual exhibition of Finnish Artists. Kunsthalle Helsinki, Finland
    Auf dem Spuren von Jean Sibelius, Landeskulturzentrum Salzau, Germany
    Zeitzeichen II, Kommunale Galerie, Berlin, Germany
    Wald und Feld, Galerie Classico, Berlin, Germany
  • 2001 106. Annual exhibition of Finnish Artists. Keski-Suomen museo, Jyväskylä, Finland
    Finnischer Sommer 2001, Galerie Dekorat / Papierfabrik, Neumünster, Germany
  • 2001 – proArtists web-gallery
  • 1999 – 2000 Painting. Finnish Painters´ Union 70th anniversary exhibition, Amos Anderson
    Artmuseum, Helsinki, Finland
  • 1999 Paloja – Bitar 99. Galeria Pintura / Hörhammer, Helsinki, Finland
  • 1998 Cut. 102. Annual exhibition of Finnish Artists. Kunsthalle Helsinki, Finland
    Bonzai-project 2. Hotel, Zürich, Switzerland
  • 1997 Lädt Ein, IAAB-ateliers, Basel and Liestal, Switzerland
  • 1996 Maan kuva – Exhibition. Hanko, Finland
  • 1993 Paunu, Pynnä, Wallensköld. Gallery Valkoinen huone, Tampere, Finland
  • 1992, 1991 Young Artists´ Exhibition, Kunsthalle Helsinki, Finland

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

  • Amos Anderson Art Museum, Helsinki, Finland
  • Helsinki City Art Museum, Finland
  • Kiasma. Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland
  • Ludwig Museum in the Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
  • Saastamoinen Foundation Art Collection / EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art, Finland
  • Sara Hildén Art Museum, Tampere, Finland
  • Tampere Art Museum, Finland
  • Hämeenlinna Art Museum, Finland
  • Vexi Salmi Collection of Art, Hämeenlinna Art Museum, Finland
  • Wihuri Foundation, Rovaniemi Art Museum, Finland
  • Lars Swanljung Collection of Art / Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art, Vaasa, Finland
  • The Museum of New Art in Pärnu, Pärnu, Estonia
  • Finnish State Collection of Art
  • Christoph Merian Stiftung, Basel, Switzerland
  • Nelimarkka-foundation, Finland
  • Paulo Foundation, Finland
  • Foundation Pro Artibus, Finland
  • Svenska litteratursällskapet i Finland
  • Villa Urpo, Finland
  • Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, Finland
  • Apoteket Konstförening, Sweden
  • The Artists´ Association of Finland
  • Carl Gustaf Ehrnrooth Collection of Art, Finland
  • The City of Porvoo, Finland
  • The City of Loviisa, Finland
  • Nokia Corporation
  • SOK Group, Helsinki, Finland
  • Imago Mundi

PRIZES

  • 2014 Marcus Collin prize, Society of Swedish Literature in Finland
  • 2013 The William Thuring Foundation´s main prize
  • 2009 Stina Krook Foundation
  • 2005 Young Artist of the Year, City of Tampere and Nokia Plc
  • 2002 Award “Ducat” of the Finnish Art Society
  • 2000 Stina Krook Foundation

GRANTS

  • 2016 Taike, Public Display Grant to Visual Arts
    Taike, Travel grant
    Foundation for Swedish Culture in Finland, Travel grant
  • 2012 Foundation for Swedish Culture in Finland, Travel grant
  • 2011 National Council for Visual Arts, 5-year grant for artistic work
  • 2010 Foundation for Swedish Culture in Finland, Travel grant
  • 2009 Foundation for Swedish Culture in Finland, 1-year grant for artistic work
    The Board for Public Display Grant to Visual Arts
  • 2008 FRAME
  • 2007 H & W Grönqvist stiftelse
    Aktia Art Grant
  • 2006 The Finnish Cultural Foundation, 3-year grant for artistic work
    Arts Council of Finland and FRAME
  • 2003 Finnish Art Society, grant, Young Artists Biennial
  • 2002 National Council for Visual Arts, 3-year grant for artistic work
  • 2001 The City of Helsinki
  • 2000 National Council for Visual Arts , 1 year 3 months grant for artistic work
  • 2000 Arts Council of Finland
    The Board for Public Display Grant to Visual Arts
    Foundation for Swedish Culture in Finland
  • 1999 National Council for Visual Arts, 1-year grant for artistic work
  • 1998 Foundation for Swedish Culture in Finland, ½-year grant for artistic work
    Arts Council of Finland
  • 1997 Arts Council of Finland and The Artists´ Association of Finland, Artist-in-residence grant
    Foundation for Swedish Culture in Finland
  • 1996 The Finnish Cultural Foundation
  • 1994 Alfred Kordelin Foundation
    Foundation for Swedish Culture in Finland