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CHINESE SUMMER 中国夏天

Art by Luca Sørheim — 3 months ago
Personae profile — June 2nd, 2017
Art by Luca Sørheim — 3 months ago



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Behind the scenes “Towards the Forest – Knausgård on Munch”

Art by Luca Sørheim — 4 months ago
Personae profile — May 2nd, 2017
Art by Luca Sørheim — 4 months ago



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TAKASHI MURAKAMI opening

Art by Luca Sørheim — 4 months ago
Personae profile — April 13th, 2017
Art by Luca Sørheim — 4 months ago



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+ Munch

Art by Maren Serine — 7 months ago
Personae profile — January 7th, 2017
Art by Maren Serine — 7 months ago

The Munch Museum has been collaborating across borders for a while now in order to get the right pieces for their Munch + exhibition series. In the Munch + exhibitions, selected pieces by Edvard Munch are put together with pieces by fellow artists from their individual time periods. The juxtaposed artists have certain similarities in their artistries and perhaps also some kind of connection in their persona with the world-famous Norwegian artist. The Munch + Jorn exhibition marks the ending of the Munch + exhibition series and is the last time for now that Edvard Munch is juxtaposed with other artists.

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Recap: #AlexIsrael at Astrup Fearnley Museet

Art by Maren Serine — 11 months ago
Personae profile — September 22nd, 2016
Art by Maren Serine — 11 months ago

Photos Luca Sørheim

Big chill with ice cream, sunglasses, palm trees, sunsets and Spanish architecture. Early September in Barcelona was full of Alex Israel moments like these. Especially with the artist’s profile outline on my pastel colored bag that came with me almost everywhere. We spent long, lazy days at the beach, visited Samy the Parisienne in her sneaker shop and danced to a late night set by Sven Väth. Back in Norway the summer is over in the calendar, but Indian summer is in the air. Alex Israel’s exhibition of his Los Angeles portrait has closed, but here is the monDieu recap.

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An evening with Pasenau and Luksengard

Art by Maren Serine — 1 year ago
Personae profile — June 7th, 2016
Art by Maren Serine — 1 year ago

Maria Pasenau came smiling into the foyer dressed in a blue and white football shirt with delicate gold necklaces camouflaging the Italian flag on her chest. Maria’s dark hair was parted in the middle and drawn tight back in her neck, a hairstyle that made her look a little bit of Wednesday from The Adam’s Family. Her neck was piled with three tattoo chokers in black, brown and transparent. Maria ferociously hugged Maren Serine and explained that she had just sold an old camera to the guy that Maren Serine had seen her meet up with outside and now she really wanted them to celebrate with drinks.

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Matthew Barney – Bildungsroman

Art by Maren Serine — 1 year ago
Personae profile — May 14th, 2016
Art by Maren Serine — 1 year ago

Photos: Luca Sørheim

My aunt wrote and asked me if I wanted to go to an art exhibition. She was traveling from the south-west coast this weekend to spend some time in Oslo, and we had already planned to get together. I got curious immediately and asked her which exhibition she had in mind. She wanted to go to the Astrup Fearnley Museum, and the idea thrilled me right away knowing that this would be last day of the exhibition Bildungsroman by Mathew Barney and said yes.

At first I had been totally unaware of Mathew Barney’s ability of magnifying ideas and objects out of proportion, and the massive amount of details in his works transforming his imagination to materialize in reality.

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Happening: RUN RUN RUNWAY

Art by Maren Serine and Luca Sørheim — 2 years ago
Personae profile — January 28th, 2016
Art by Maren Serine — 2 years ago

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«All fashion victims have a right to die. Giorgio Moroder: “And the highest mountain is the one that you have climbed.” Sentiments of occasions were its just right here right now. The compulsion to repeat is the one that also constitutes really deep friendship. You have only one or two friends in your whole life. Nobody is perfect, but in a friendship you have to really set aside your contempt and fear for your friend to stay loyal and dignified». – From Bjarne Melgaard’s text for the exhibition.

The other day mon Dieu went by Gard Eiklid who is hosting the exhibition «Run Run Runway» that has its opening tonight at Rod Bianco Gallery in Oslo, Norway.

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