Antoni Tàpies
    Antoni Tàpies. The Practice of Art
    Sep 15, 2023 – Jan 7, 2024

    A self-taught artist during the interwar period, Tàpies reflected on the human condition, his historical situation and the artistic practice, especially the limits and contradictions of painting.

    Dorothea Lange, Migrant Worker on A California Highway, 1935
    Dorothea Lange. Tales of Life and Work
    Prescription .143 / Jul 19 – Oct 8, 2023

    Dorothea Lange’s photography, now nearly a hundred years later, continues to resound in its portrayal of a time and a people, calling for compassion, inspiring understanding, and invoking hope.

    Thomas Iversen
    Momentum 12: Together As To Gather
    Jun 10 – Oct 8, 2023

    For the biennale, Tenthaus practices a gathering methodology. The intention is to begin from the practices of the artists and work from there, coming together to find the common threads of connection.

    Joel Sternfeld: American Prospects
    Joel Sternfeld: American Prospects
    Sep 28, 2023 – Jan 21, 2024

    American Prospects has enjoyed a life of acclaim. Its pages are filled with unexpected excitement, despair, tenderness and hope. Its fears are expressed in beauty, its sadnesses in irony.

    Angela Blažanović, Fragments of a River
    Jun 23 – Dec 10, 2023

    With REGENERATE as its theme, the festival brings together works that explore the changes modern society must face, seeing the world as built around reciprocal relationships that benefit all parties.

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    White heat. A Green River.

    A bridge, scorched yellow palms from the summer-sleeping house drowsing through August. Days I have held, days I have lost, days that outgrow, like daughters, my harbouring arms. –Derek Walcott

    • Before Tomorrow / Museet 30 Years
      Jun 22 – Dec 3, 2023
      Astrup Fearnley Museet
      Oslo, Norway

      Astrup Fearnley Museet is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary in 2023. To mark this significant milestone we present an extensive exhibition featuring iconic works, hidden treasures and recent acquisitions to the Astrup Fearnley Collection, across the museums two buildings. The selected works represent various time periods and highlight a number of key directions that have come to define the identity of the collection (more…)