Exhibition Archive

2013/5: Dolk

 

DOLK

Aug 30 - Nov 03, 2013

Dolk Lundgren (b. 1979) is a Norwegian artist, reputedly among the ten most popular street artists worldwide. He was first introduced via Wooster Collective and Pictures on Walls (POW). The artist remains anonymous and little is known about his true identity. His works have been exhibited globally in cities such as New York, London, Berlin, Oslo, Stavanger and now finally in Bergen.

This exhibition was visited by 3922 people and is the most successful event since the gallery opened in 1995.

 

2013/1: Øivin Horvei

 

 

Project Space:

ØIVIN HORVEI MOON PALACE

A palace is a grand residence.

The martian desert consist of dunes in the forms of half-moons.

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Moon Palace is a novel written by Paul Auster

 

Visit the artist´s website here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2014_project: Art Stage Singapore

 

 

Art Stage Singapore 2014

JAN 16, 2014 - JAN 19, 2014

DOLK

FRODO MIKKELSEN

THOMAS PIHL

TOM SANFORD

SUPERM

Galleri S.E: Booth D17

 

 

 

2014/1-Groupshow

 

Groupshow Art from The Treasury

MAR 06 - MAR 20, 2014

Frodo Mikkelsen, Mona Eckhoff Sørmo, Hilde Kjønniksen, Zoltan Tombor, Ronald Versloot, Emil Holmer, Sverre Koren Bjertnes, Annamaria Nemes, Jacob Brostrup, Andreas Glad, Jacob Alrø, Regin Hjertholm, Mark Harrington and Dolk

The gallery is open Tue to Sun, 12:00 - 16:00

 

 

2013/4: Ed Moses

 

Ed Moses

May 22, 2013 - June 23, 2013

Ed Moses (April 9, 1926 - ) is an American artist based in the Los Angeles area and considered one of the most innovative and central figures of postwar West Coast art.

Moses exhibited at the legendary Ferus Gallery in 1957 along with fellow prominent artist figures including Wallace Berman, Billy Al Bengston, Robert Irwin, Craig Kauffman, John Altoon, Larry Bell (artist) and Ed Ruscha. Over the next 5 or 6 decades, Moses would soar to prominence, gaining attention not only throughout Los Angeles and the United States, but internationally as well. Moses was the first to do so of his generation since John McLaughlin, Richard Diebenkorn and Sam Francis. While these artists developed a mature style, Moses has managed to resist any stylized approach and remain more experimental, playing to his curiosities by moving past what he already knows.

 

Visit the artists main page for more images and information: Ed Moses