Sweet Poetry

Posted to Exhibitions, Kunstformidling with 1 images on 06.10.2015, 13:01 by Hilde Berteig Rustan with

And finally, above all else, it is about leaving a mark that I existed: I was here. I was hungry. I was defeated. I was happy. I was sad. I was in love. I was afraid. I was hopeful. I had an idea and had a good purpose and that is why I made art.
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The Dreamcatcher

Posted to Publikasjoner, Kunstformidling with 1 images on 29.09.2015, 08:17 by Hilde Berteig Rustan with

A naked infant is seated upright with one hand placed on his heart on a soft grey-white carpet, and looks at the viewer with a devious and excessively focused and intense blue-green stare. This photograph, which at the moment is viewable on the cover of the September issue of the art magazine Artforum, was taken by Torbjørn Rødland and he is one of the few Norwegians who have the honour of adorning the publication.
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For the first time in Scandinavia!

Posted to Exhibitions, The Collection with 1 images on 24.09.2015, 15:37 by Astrup Fearnley Museet with

Astrup Fearnley Museet is honored to have gotten the unique chance to borrow Damien Hirst’s iconic artwork – the diamond skull ‘For the Love of God’ (2007) which you have the opportunity to see in Oslo until 15th November! Previously, this artwork has been shown at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam (2008) and Tate Modern in London (2012). This exclusive loan to Astrup Fearnley Museet constitutes the centerpiece in an exhibition, which also includes the museum’s own significant collection of Damien Hirst’s art.
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Welcome to our new Infolounge!

Posted to General, Kunstformidling with 1 images on 17.09.2015, 15:37 by Renate Thorbjørnsen with

In Building 2, The Collection, we have opened an Infolounge. The museum wanted to establish a room where our visitors can sit down during their visit and familiarize themselves with everything the museum has to offer. The lounge is a collaboration between the museum and Montana by KiiL, who have furnished the room with their noteworthy design products and have created both an inspiring and comfortable reading area.
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Marte Johnslien - The Paris Abstractions

Posted to Bildeblogg with 6 images on 27.04.2015, 12:44 by Anne K. Pettersen with

There are many historical links between abstract art and spirituality, examples being the works of Wassily Kandinsky, Piet Mondrian and Hilma af Klint. An interest in this artistic current forms an important part of Marte Johnslien’s artistic practice and her research on the relation between abstract art, spirituality, politics and social action.
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New Press contact

Posted to General with 1 images on 15.04.2015, 09:51 by Renate Thorbjørnsen with

Ida Moen has started as the museums new press contact.
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