Senko Studio is a space in which art, architecture and design unite in a celebration of contemporary art and ideas. Since it opened its doors in 2002, the gallery has held host to a wealth of exciting international artists from across the board of contemporary image making. From painters to sculptors, photographers, fashion designers to filmmakers. From emerging artists to international icons.
Behind this creative phenomenon is the Ukrainian/Danish artist Sergei Sviatchenko. Since moving to Denmark in the early 90’s, Sergei has set his heart on establishing a new arts community in the small but perfectly formed town of Viborg one of the oldest town in Denmark and drawing from his architectural background and an inimitable passion for emerging art, Senko Studio, a brave new world of contemporary art, was born. More than a gallery, Senko is an ideology. The gallery’s multi-media ethos embodies the spirit of contemporary creative culture. Like a box of treats filled with art, ideas and imagination, Senko is a feast for the eyes and hearts of any passionate creative.
Senko Frame Project is an addition to Senko Studio shows contemporary video films in the public space and gives more possibilities to connect changing visual images and towns' structure. There is a big screen (150 x 250 cm) placed facing the street, which makes it possible to show the video during the evening hours.