Tag: visual arts

Ikea Art Event 2016

Posted on March 8th, by Dorthe Smeby in Visual arts.
In April Ikea presents 11 limited edition artworks form photo artists around the world, with the intention to make art available and affordable for everyone.

102 Water colours

Posted on February 23rd, by Dorthe Smeby in Visual arts.
Himmerland Art Museum at Jylland in Denmark presents the exhibition 102 Watercolours by the highly acclaimed Danish artist Finn Naur Petersen.

Yayoi Kusama – In Infinity

Posted on October 10th, by Dorthe Smeby in Visual arts.
The major exhibition of the autumn at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is the first comprehensive retrospective exhibition in Scandinavia of works by Japanese born Yayoi Kusama (b.1929).

Le Corbusier in Denmark

Posted on September 29th, by Dorthe Smeby in Visual arts.
The 50th anniversary of the famous architect Le Corbusier's death is marked with an exhibition that goes behind the facade of his life, his art and architecture, in dialogue with his former assistant Asger Jorn.

Photo Studio Exhibition

Posted on August 17th, by Dorthe Smeby in Visual arts.
The gallery of photography, Fotogalleriet at Møllergata in Oslo, presents a five days happening with five young artists this week.

The Munch Museum & Snøhetta

Posted on February 19th, by Dorthe Smeby in Visual arts.
The recently opened Melgaard+Munch exhibition kicks off an exciting collaboration between the Munch Museum and Snøhetta.

Arrivals

Posted on November 20th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design, graphic design, Visual arts.
Arrivals was started in 2012 by Swedish Antonia von Euler and Irena Steindorsdottir, and is an online art shop offering limited edition prints from up and coming artists, illustrators and photographers.

Winners of banknote competition

Posted on October 8th, by Dorthe Smeby in Visual arts.
Motifs for the new banknotes series by Norges Bank was announced yesterday - congratulations to The Metric System and Snøhetta Design.

Surfaces and patterns

Posted on March 31st, by Dorthe Smeby in Visual arts.
Surfaces with colors and motifs. Sometimes symmetrical, sometimes organic and unpredictable, sometimes carefully planned, and sometimes totally by coincidence.