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The Scandinavian powerlist in the arts and business
A series of conversations with fascinating people
Welcome to the world of Artworks. We are a platform where we mix the arts and business from around the world. The arts may be the most powerful way to effect change, whether political, commercial, social or personal.
Our mission is to change the way you imagine arts and business together. So our work is about connecting individuals, companies, and societies to cultural organisations. Not for the sake of looking good, but for the sake of better and more sustainable business.
On this website you find all the projects that we are currently running and the various ways you can support our work.
“A fantastic resource to improve business activity in the arts” Noah Horowitz, Executive Director at The Armory Show
“Without a doubt, Artworks is the best looking and also editorially the most important platform in Scandinavia” Pontus Silfverstolpe, arts and antiques expert and co-founder of Barnebys.com
“Excellent quality, I look forward to sharing with my peers” Charles Saumarez Smith, Secretary and Chief Executive at Royal Academy of Arts, London
“This is certainly very timely and has some great contributors” Jeremy O’Sullivan, Cultural Attaché at European Commission
“Have to say that Artworks is the most energetic and inspiring platform that I’ve come across in a long time!” Helene Stallin, curator at Regionmuseet Kristianstad, Sweden
“Impressive” Lars Nittve, Executive Director at M+ Hong Kong
“It’s fab! I think it looks really cool and it’s a pertienent concept. Lars Hemming Jorgensen, Publisher & CEO VICE & VIRTUE Worldwide
“This is not bad at all, truthfully, it deserves world-wide attention” Jan Widlund, art collector, lawyer, vice chairman The Friends of Museum of Modern Art Stockholm
“Love the Artworks platform, very proud to be involved” Ajaz Ahmed, Founder at AKQA
I’ve only skimmed, but the pieces that I have read is really encouraging and presented well as a call-to-action. Congratulations on the fine work!” Professor Lars Strannegård, Vice President at Stockholm School of Economics