Art Bag Leonard Rickhard

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Exhibition: Leonard Rickhard: Between Construction and Collapse
Material: Cotton Canvas
Technique: Digital printing
Size: 42 x 36 cm
Handle drop: 29 cm
Limited edition

© Astrup Fearnley Museet


Art Bag Leonard Rickhard made for the exhibition Leonard Rickhard: Between Construction and Collapse, is a unique accessory for every art lover. The cover artwork shows details from the painting Dørgløtt med to figurer i sommerlyset 1, 2007

Art Bag Leonard Rickhard, combines design with art. Exclusively available at the Astrup Fearnley Museum in a limited run. The tote bag is made from quality materials that have been carefully selected to ensure that it is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. The cover graphic of the Art Bag is digitally printed on durable cotton canvas. Whether you’re going to work, training or an art exhibition, this tote bag is perfect for adding style and personality to your outfit.

About the artists: Throughout a long artistic career, Leonard Rickhard has cultivated a distinctive, easily recognisable style—a visual signature all of its own within recent Norwegian art history. This exhibition both reviews an artistic practice spanning half a century, while demonstrating how Rickhard has tirelessly pursued his painterly project far into its sixth decade.

Leonard Rickhard (1945–2024) lived and worked in Arendal, Norway. He was educated at the National Academy of Applied Arts and the National Academy of Fine Arts (Oslo, Norway, 1966–1972). Earlier solo exhibitions include, among others, Trondheim Kunstmuseum (2020), ARoS (2016), Bomuldsfabriken Kunsthall (2012), Festspillutstillingen, Bergen Kunsthall (2009), Sørlandet Kunstmuseum (2005), Astrup Fearnley Museet (2001), and Lillehammer Kunstmuseum (1996).

As an extension of most of the exhibitions shown at the Astrup Fearnley Museum, sturdy textile tote bags known as Art Bags are produced. The graphics for these tote bagene are a result of a close collaboration between Astrup Fearnley Museum and the artists. As part of a limited edition, you won’t find these bags anywhere else.