David Hockney

Posted to Exhibitions, Kunstformidling with 1 images on 13.06.2017, 14:07 by Susanne Roald with

This year, one of the most popular and influential British artists of the 20th century; David Hockney. Tate Modern in London, Le Centre Pompidou in Paris and The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York present an all-encompassing retrospective of his life’s work.
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Traveling Artworks

Posted to The Collection, Kunstformidling with 2 images on 01.02.2017, 18:56 by Susanne Roald with

Works from the Astrup Fearnley Collection are often traveling and can be seen in exhibitions worldwide! Several times a year, the museum frequently loans art from its collection to selected exhibitions and institutions, both national and international. Currently, several works from the Collection are traveling and can be enjoyed at locations in the following exhibitions:
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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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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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