SISSEL TOLAAS RE________
Exhibition Period: October 08 — December 30, 2021
In the course of a single day, each of us breathes in and out around 24,000 times. With every breath, irresistible signals are sent straight to the brain – smells, which in a matter of nanoseconds trigger emotions and memories, stirring up the subconscious in turn. For Sissel Tolaas, smell is a vital yet often overlooked tool for communication.
Astrup Fearnley Museet reopens with Nicole Eisenman – Giant Without a Body
The Astrup Fearnley Museet is delighted to announce that it will reopen on Friday 28 May. Originally scheduled to open in February 2021, Nicole Eisenman – Giant Without a Body has been extended through August 29, and we are thrilled to welcome visitors again throughout the summer.
Giant Without a Body is a major presentation of the work of Nicole Eisenman and her largest solo exhibition in Euro
Nicole Eisenman – Giant Without a Body is extended until August 29
We are very pleased to announce that the exhibition period of Nicole Eisenman – Giant Without a Body has been extended from the original closing date May 23, and will now be on view to August 29.
The opening of the exhibition was originally scheduled for February 5, but it was postponed due to the Norwegian authorities’ coronavirus measures. It is therefore gratifying that we are able to keep t
Nicole Eisenman – Giant Without a Body
Astrup Fearnley Museet’s exhibition programme for 2021 begins with a major presentation of the work of American artist Nicole Eisenman. Eisenman’s largest solo exhibition in Europe to date, Giant Without a Body delves deeply into the artist’s practice from 2006 to the present and includes a number of new paintings and sculptures created over the last year.
Since the 1990s, Nicole Eisenman
EXHIBITION PROGRAMME 2021
It is with pleasure that we announce Astrup Fearnley Museet’s exhibition programme for the full 2021. This is also the first year with director and chief curator Solveig Øvstebø in charge of the museum’s programme.
“In planning the exhibitions, I have considered the museum’s history and institutional position, which in recent years has had one foot firmly planted in the American contemporary ar