QSPA and Hurtigruten

QSPA has collaborated with Hurtigruten, providing art of the highest quality, adorning the ships MS Roald Amundsen and
MS Fridtjof Nansen.

Hurtigruten's CEOs and HM Queen Sonja

Hurtigruten's CEOs and HM Queen Sonja
Photo:: Tom Kolstad
© Hurtigruten/QSPA/Press forlag

On board both ships the QSPA highlighted artists using printing processes as a means of expression. On MS Roald Amundsen, young Norwegian artists, in particular. Onboard MS Fridtjof Nansen, former Award Winners and nominees from all over the world. The QSPA places primary importance on quality. In Hurtigruten, the QSPA has had a positive partner that has supported our proposals throughout.
In this way, we believe we have secured the highest level of variation and expression, emphasizing the interaction between the artworks and the passengers on the ships.

There are prints in the cabins, and all public spaces, such as the corridors, the staircases and the restaurants. 28 different artists adorn the ships with their work, showing a wide range of prints, and the many possibilities this field has to offer.

The Queen Sonja Print Award has filled MS Roald Amundsen and
MS Fridtjof Nansen with art, thereby participating in offering modern explorers ground breaking cultural experiences.

Art by Fuki Hamada in Wellness Centre, MS Fridtjof Nansen

Art by Fuki Hamada in Wellness Centre, MS Fridtjof Nansen
Photo: Tom A. Kolstad
©Hurtigruten / QSPA / Press forlag

MS Roald Amundsen

MS Fridtjof Nansen