nordic institute of art


FALL 2022

  • 19-23 September Hosting Norwegian study trip for director and curator of Synebrychoff Art Museum – Finnish National Gallery, Helsinki.
  • 25 November Participation in opening of Nordover art space, Longyearbyen.
  • December Seminar:

    The Society of Jesus between Betica and the Indies (Seville, 30 Nov-2 Dec 22).




  • 21 May Opening of Eva Bull Holte, "Works", Haugar Vestfold kunstmuseum, Tønsberg.
  • 11 June Norwegian Study trip for specially invited Spanish art institutions.
  • 25 June NIA's VIP tour of Nordic art at TEFAF Maastricht.



Current publications

Eva Bull Holte / Hanne Borchgrevink. Irma Salo Jæger, Mari Slaattelid, Aase Texmon Rygh, Mouche Thomsen, Tone Vigeland

By Erlend Hammer & Knut Ljøgodt (Eds.)

 A critical revision on Norwegian late-modernism, with essays by Erlend Hammer, Frida Forsgren & Knut Ljøgodt. Published in collaboration with Haugar Kunstmuseum.


Author: Erlend Hammer & Knut Ljøgodt (Eds.)

Published: Uten Tittel, 202

Language: English /Norwegian

Peder Balke: Sublime North. Works from The Gundersen Collection.

By Knut Ljøgodt


The Norwegian painter Peder Balke (1804–1887) is perhaps one of the most enigmatic artists of the Nordic Romantic movement. A journey to the Northernmost parts of Norway in 1832 was of great importance, and the dramatic Arctic landscape came to haunt the artist’s production. In particular during his later years, Balke developed a unique, highly experimental manner of painting. Never acknowledged by the domestic art milieu of Norway, he still enjoyed the patronage of royal collectors such as Louis Philippe, King of the French.
Drawing from  the paintings in The Gundersen Collection as well as works in museums and other collections, the book presents a comprehensive study of Peder Balke’s art and his development as a painter.


Author: Knut Ljøgodt

Published: Skira Editore, 2020

Language: English

Price: € 45.00