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Exhibitions 2017 at Astrup Fearnley Museet

Posted to Exhibitions with 2 images on 11.01.2017, 14:15 by Susanne Roald with

Welcome to an exciting 2017 at Astrup Fearnley Museet! Last year was a success with over 125,000 visitors and several inspiring moments with our audience. Now we are looking forward to share new, creative experiences with you!
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Interview with Rodney McMillian

Posted to Exhibitions, Kunstformidling with 1 images on 09.01.2017, 13:27 by Susanne Roald with

Rodney McMillian is an interdisciplinary artist who explores oppression and racism from the point of view of his African American background. In this interview, we have talked with McMillian about his paintings in "Los Angeles – A Fiction".
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Thank you!

Posted to Exhibitions, The Collection with 1 images on 21.12.2016, 16:27 by Susanne Roald with

We have had a wonderful 2016 at Astrup Fearnley Museet with excellent visitor numbers, exciting exhibitions and success with our new event series Art Night!
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Interview with Meg Cranston

Posted to Exhibitions, Kunstformidling with 3 images on 09.12.2016, 08:54 by Susanne Roald with

The strange thing about my work is, the more order and control I impose on it’s manufacture, the more light hearted it appears.- Meg Cranston
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Interview with Nicole Miller

Posted to Exhibitions, Kunstformidling with 1 images on 22.11.2016, 14:43 by Susanne Roald with

As a visual artist working primarily in video, Nicole Miller addresses the issue of identity and self-understanding, her point of departure in the presentation of African American figures in popular culture, and explores the influence Hollywood films have on our cultural identities. In this interview, we have talked with Miller about her work Anthony Aquarius, which is on view in the exhibition Los Angeles – A Fiction.
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Interview with John Divola

Posted to Exhibitions, Kunstformidling with 1 images on 08.11.2016, 14:41 by Susanne Roald with

"These photographs are not meant to be documents of painting, or sculpture, or even of environmental works. When photographing the space I saw my painting as only an aspect of what was there." –John Divola
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