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CANON NO CANON

International conference organised by NIA and OCA

 

November 23 at the Vigeland Museum, Oslo.

 

Does art from the Nordic region have a place in what has been considered as a

global canon? Which mechanisms are deciding the place of certain

regions, or groups, in an overall art history? What tensions, if any,

are particular to the Nordic canon (/canons)?

Fairs, biennials and similar big events are important, as they often give us a representative overview of the art world. What the Venice biennial is for contemporary art, one could claim that TEFAF is for historical art.


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STRONG NORDIC PRESENCE IN MAASTRICHT


by Knut Ljøgodt , March 12, 2018

OLAF LANGE (1875 - 1965)

Makt og mytologier

STAVANGER KUNSTMUSEUM,

Stavanger, NO

02 November 2018 – 22 April 2019 

Edward Burne-Jones

TATE BRITAIN,

London, UK

24 October 2018 – 24 February 2019

Inger Johanne Grytting: Selected Works


Essay by Joakim Borda-Pedreira

 

Inger Johanne Grytting: Selected Works

Inger Johanne Grytting (b. 1949 in Lofoten), left her Native Norway in 1970 to study art in New York. Soon she settled permanently and became a part of the pulsating arts community that emerged on Manhattan in the 70s and 80s. She received first-hand impulses from the Abstract Expressionists and gradually developed an aesthetic that today is often described as post-minimalist, as it merged the sparseness of Minimalism with an intuitive and emotive approach.

 

Author: Teknisk Industri AS

Published: 2018

Language: English

Price: NOK 299

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