Poster workshop and tour of the collection with Blikkåpner Oslo

In this event the Blikkåpners take as their starting point four different works from the collection, each with their own political message. For 16-19 years old.

These works by Gardar Eine Einarsson, Felix Gonzales-Torres, Cindy Sherman, and Rashid Johnson touch in their own way upon topics concerning identity, discrimination, and political discourse.

Blikkåpner Oslo is a collaboration between Kunstnernes Hus and Astrup Fearnley Museet, and starting from autumn 2023 we welcome  UKS (Unge Kunstneres Samfund) as our new collaborating partner in the project.

Blikkåpner Oslo consists of 15 young adults from the city of Oslos 15 different districts. During 2023/2024 Blikkåpner Oslo will work as a team to mediate the artistic program of the institutions to other young adults at the age of 16 – 19 years old. By producing their own events, workshops and tours, Blikkåpner Oslo mediates art on its own terms.

Børre Sæthre, My Private Sky, 2001. Exhibition view, Before Tomorrow. © Astrup Fearnley Museet, 2023. Photo: Christian Øen.

Astrup Fearnley Collection

The Astrup Fearnley Collection is one of Europe’s most comprehensive collections of international contemporary art.