New Foundation Named in Princess Estelle’s Honour

  February 4, 2020 at 8:47 pm by

Seven year-old Princess Estelle of Sweden has a new foundation named after her as has been announced on February 4 ahead of her birthday on February 23.

The Princess Estelle Cultural Foundation was formed in 2019 by Princess Estelle’s parents, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel, who hope the foundation will promote the significance of art and culture in modern society. The first project of the foundation is a temporary exhibition of sculptures at Kungl Djurgården, which will take place in the summer of 2020.

Sara Sandström Nilsson has been announced as the business manager of the Princess Estelle Cultural Foundation, and she said in a press release that “the hope is that the art experiences will lead to many unexpected conversations and generally increased curiosity for culture”.

Elin Annwall, who directs operations at the Crown Princess Couple’s Foundation, Lena Josefsson, the chair of the Friends of the Modern Museum in Malmö, Lars Nittve, a former director of the Tate Modern in London, England, Moderna Museet in Stockholm and M+ in Hong Kong have all joined the board.

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