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

  • 2018 Taidesalonki – Konstsalongen, Helsinki, Finland
  • Mindful Portraits, Maison Louis Carré, Bazoches-sur-Guyonne, France
  • Two Series for Ink, Cultural Centre Sofia, Helsinki, Finland
  • 2016 Ladies. Hölgyek. Finnish Institute FinnAgora, Barabás Villa, Budapest, Hungary
  • 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

  • 2018 Nude, Galleri Elverket, Tammisaari, Finland
  • Man and Woman XXV, The Museum of New Art, Pärnu, Estonia
  • 2017 Minun Suomeni, Kajaani Art Museum, Kajaani, Finland
  • Me: Self-Portraits Through Time, Kunsthalle Helsinki, Finland
  • In-Out, Art Center Haihatus, Joutsa, Finland
  • Pyhäniemi 2017, Pyhäniemi Manor, Hollola, Finland
  • 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 – Konstsalongen, 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
  • 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
  • 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 Rex, 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
  • Aine Pictorial Art Foundation, Tornio, Finland
  • Kajaani Art Museum, Kajaani, 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
  • Cultural Centre Sofia, 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, 2000 Stina Krook Foundation
  • 2007 Aktia Art Grant
  • 2005 Young Artist of the Year, City of Tampere and Nokia Plc
  • 2002 The Ducat Prize of the Finnish Art Society

GRANTS

  • 2018 Arts Promotion Centre Finland, 5-year grant for artistic work
  • FRAME
  • 2016 Arts Promotion Centre Finland, Public Display Grant to Visual Arts
  • Arts Promotion Centre Finland, 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 Foundation
  • 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, 1⁄2-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