Pakkhúsið, Hornafjörður, Iceland, May - June 2002
Pakkhúsið is situated on the harbour of the fisher town Höfn í Hornafjörður in south-east Iceland. Until 1972 the town was only connected to Reykjavik by boat. The building stems from 1930 and it was originally a storehouse. A few years ago, in 1999, after a gentle rebuilding that preserved the original wooden walls, floor and ceiling; it became the culture house of the town.

Charlottenborg Exhibition Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark, September, October 2002
Charlottenborg Exhibition Hall is situated on Kongens Nytorv, the central square of Copenhagen. Since 1883 an important part of the Copenhagen established art scene has taken place here. Throughout the year Charlottenborg shows alternate Danish and international exhibitions of contemporary art in the lofty rooms.

Vitehall Exhibition Hall, Kungsbacka, Sweden, September - October 2003
Kungsbacka, a commercial town just south of Gothenburg, dates from the 13th century. In 1846 the old wooden town was more or less destroyed by fire and was rebuilt around the turn of the following century. In 1994 the Exhibition Hall Vitehall with its characteristic round form was erected by architect Christer Håkansson. Vitehall is a part of the very active culture centre Fyren which also houses a large library, a concert hall, a café and a culture school for children.