Sara Korshøj Christensen is part of the new exhibition at Akershus Kunstsenter
Kunstnere: Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Andrea Bakketun, Sara Korshøj Christensen, Nils Norman, Slavs and Tatars, Allyce Wood
Hvilke strukturer bærer språk med seg? Hvordan forstår vi dem, dets fenomener, uttrykk og virkninger? Språk finnes ikke uten kontekst eller støtte, men hva skjer når konteksten eller selve språkets natur utfordres? Ved å lage nye språklige visualiseringer gjennom fysiske, eteriske, private, kollektive, digitale, politiske, lokale, geografiske og strukturelle virkemidler, stiller kunstnerne i utstillingen spørsmål ved eksisterende vokabularer. I så måte oppfordrer utstillingen til en revidert forståelse av språk, dets opplevelse og iboende tankemessige verdi, og ikke minst kunstens potensielle rolle i dette.
Are Blytt, `Sensitive´ in WIELS Project Room, Brussel, November 6 at 6 PM
Former WIELS resident Are Blytt (° 1981) presents Sensitive in the Project Room.
Are Blytt, Galerie Alber, Cologne, Opening November 8 at 7 pm
GALERIE ALBER presents the double show #2009 featuring Norwegian artist ARE BLYTT and Chinese artist YIY ZHANG.
Thomas Struth exhibition at Guggenheim Bilbao Museum
October 2, 2019 - January 19, 2020
A comprehensive journey through more than four decades of work by the acclaimed German photographer Thomas Struth (b. 1954), this exhibition will offer examples of the different stages of his work and the social concerns that have driven the evolution of his influential art. With more than 130 works, the exhibition, first seen at the Haus der Kunst in Munich, is the most extensive showing of his artistic career to date and contains early works that have never been exhibited before. Research materials from his archive will also help to present the ideas he has been working on for the past years
Else Marie Hagen mottar Høstutstillingsprisen 2019
Verkene The average of four boys and their shadows (2018) og The opposite directions of one single girl (2018) er fotografier montert i glass. Verkenes utgangspunkt og kunstnerens interesse ligger i et skjema som er utarbeidet for å fange opp atferdsavvik hos barn og ungdom. Skjemaet fylles ut av foresatte og er basert på et system hvor atferden rangeres i forhold til det man selv oppfatter som et gjennomsnitt. Med dette skjemaet som et konkret utgangspunkt, har kunstneren undersøkt begreper som normalitet og avvik, autoritet og innordning, individ og system.
Anne-Karin Furunes: Together but Apart, RYAN LEE Gallery
June 19 - August 9, 2019
Anne-Karin Furunes's exhibition Together but Apart at RYAN LEE Gallery in New York will shed light on the increasingly urgent threat of climate change, particularly as the indigenous inhabitants of Fennoscandia, the Sámi people, experience it. Together but Apart includes a selection of portraits, landscapes, and monumental paintings rendered in Furunes’s signature technique of perforated painted canvas.
MOMENTUM 10, the Emotional Exhibition
Eirik Senje participates
JOHANNES WOHNSEIFER | POLAROIDS, ALUMINIUM-PAINTINGS AND ALL THE SCULPTURES OF A YEAR | OPENING: 6TH JUNE
KÖNIG, LONDON, 7 June - 13 July
Anne-Karin Furunes at Spazio Thetis in Venice
EXHIBITION : April 17 - November 24, 2019
Anne-Karin Furunes is participating in the exhibition FRIENDS Artist, Curators & Gallerists for Spazio Thetis in Venice, Italy with the work Kongsbreen, Svalbard, Norway 2003. Longitude:12.90093, latitude: 78.92.92104, 2019.
Curator: Elena Povelatto, Galleria Traghetto Installed by Kalle Eriksson
Concierto arquitectónico "Fear of the Object", Museo Diego Rivera-Anahuacalli, Mexico City
Kjell Bjørgeengen, Chris Cogburn, Judith Hamann, Juan García
Concierto arquitectónico "Fear of the Object",
Museo Diego Rivera-Anahuacalli, Mexico City
May 16, 2019
Gertsch - Gauguin - Munch
Cut in Wood 12.05 - 22.09.2019
On the occasion of the upcoming 90th birthday of Franz Gertsch, MASI invites the artist to plan an exhibition devoted to his oeuvre. This has led to a remarkable and striking meeting between Gertsch's outstanding woodcuts and the wood engravings by two artists whom he regards as much more than simply pioneer revolutionaries of xylography, Paul Gauguin and Edvard Munch. Despite their historical distance and stylistic divergences, these three artists display profound and unexpected affinities, which extend far beyond the technique they share.
Are Blytt & Dirk Steven, "Beautiful Wreck" at MLF Marie - Laure Fleisch in Brussels
OPENING : Thursday, February 28, 6pm to 9pm
EXHIBITION : March 1 - April 13, 2019
MLF l Marie-Laure Fleisch is pleased to announce the exhibition BEAUTIFUL WRECK, a duo show with Norwegian artist Are Blytt and German artist Dirk Stewen. This is not only the first occasion the artists have had to exhibit together, but also the first time they are each showing in Brussels. Both using photographic, text-based, and abstract materials, Blytt and Stewen are keen observers of the world around them, presenting their findings to the viewer without judgement, preferring to create an opening to the world outside of the gallery. These two artists bring our attention to certain aspects of humanity, such as desires, flaws or quirks. Working primarily with paper, in the case of Dirk Stewen, or with painted canvas, in the case of Are Blytt, neither artist limits himself to traditional methods, addressing their support with a mixed media approach which creates delicate and poetic relationships and tensions between the various elements.