“Nordschau III” presents contemporary works by North German and Scandinavian artists

Hamburg/Kiel, March 30, 2010 - HSH Nordbank will be showing the third part of the “Nordschau” exhibition series with works by North German and Scandinavian artists at its Hamburg offices until 27 August .

“Nordschau III” presents 45 exhibits in a wide variety of styles from the 1960s to 1980s and from the 2000s. The exhibition includes a rural landscape on the Elbe, artistically captured in a glitter ball, as well as the Hamburg minaret in Steinstrasse as a miniature on a scale of 1:50, painted by the artist Boran Burchhardt.

"Nordschau III" forms part of an exhibition series that puts on show works of art from the Bank's own collection that are connected with HSH Nordbank's home region of northern Germany.

Exhibition data and facts:

“Nordschau III – a new look at HSH Nordbank's art collection”

open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

HSH Nordbank AG, Gerhart-Hauptmann-Platz 50,

1. 1st floor, 20095 Hamburg, Info +49 40 3333-12858

Additional visual material in digital form available on request.

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