Shoot Gallery
Oslo

Shoot Gallery is the first private gallery in Oslo dedicated to Fine Art Photography, launched in 2013. Our ambition is to always present the best of Norwegian Fine Art Photography in combination with International artists, via curated shows in the gallery as well as a rich selection of photographs in our market section.

Helene Gulaker Hansen launched the gallery in October 2013 with a solo exhibition by the Norwegian photographer Sølve Sundsbø. Shoot Gallery has been well received in Oslo showcasing contemporary Fine Art Photography from emerging and established international and Norwegian artists.

Helene Gulaker Hansen has been an active researcher of the international photomarket for years, both as a photographer herself and as an advisor and purchaser on behalf of clients. She participates in international art fairs and has a broad international network throughout the industry collaborating with high end galleries.

Stig Marlon Weston

Stig Marlon Weston
Stig Marlon Weston
Shoot Gallery
Oslo

Shoot Gallery is the first private gallery in Oslo dedicated to Fine Art Photography, launched in 2013. Our ambition is to always present the best of Norwegian Fine Art Photography in combination with International artists, via curated shows in the gallery as well as a rich selection of photographs in our market section.

Helene Gulaker Hansen launched the gallery in October 2013 with a solo exhibition by the Norwegian photographer Sølve Sundsbø. Shoot Gallery has been well received in Oslo showcasing contemporary Fine Art Photography from emerging and established international and Norwegian artists.

Helene Gulaker Hansen has been an active researcher of the international photomarket for years, both as a photographer herself and as an advisor and purchaser on behalf of clients. She participates in international art fairs and has a broad international network throughout the industry collaborating with high end galleries.

Stig Marlon Weston
  • Lydia Ourahmane: 108 Days
    Nov 28, 2023 – Apr 1, 2024
    MACBA
    Barcelona, Spain
    Like many of her projects, 108 Days relates to the artist’s immediate surroundings and engages with the social, political and experiential, while being invariably rooted in personal histories and experiences, whether individual or collective. The installations, videos, sculptures and sound works of Lydia Ourahmane address contemporary issues such as migration, colonialism and geopolitics. (more…)
  • Tutto Questo Sentire
    Feb 14 – Mar 3, 2024
    Recontemporary
    Turin, Italy
    Recontemporary and Seeyousound International Music Film Festival present, in conjunction with the 5 years of the association and the 10 years of the festival, an articulated cross-media program that celebrates the 10 years of the international collective TUTTO QUESTO SENTIRE (TQS).The intention is to consolidate a dialogue that began in 2019 between the research supported by Recontemporary regarding video art and new media and the increasingly important connection between cinema and music promoted by Seeyousound (more…)
  • Adrián Balseca: Routing Rubber
    Jan 19 – Mar 30, 2024
    Canal Projects
    New York, USA
    ROUTING RUBBER (January 19th – March 30th, 2024), showcases Ecuadorian artist Adrián Balseca’s (Quito, b. 1989) research on the plantation rubber industry in the Amazon. Produced on black and white, 16mm film, The Skin of Labour (2016) and its accompanying archive, provide a historical revision of the Amazon’s rubber boom, which saw its highest production from the years 1879 to 1912. Through the project, Balseca challenges the idea of the Amazon as a natural horizon, centering this territory as the origin of industrial modernity. (more…)