Comma - Master of Fine Art degree show - Trondheim Academy of Fine Art
Exhibiting artist: Kate Bell, Naomi Chan, Hilde Edvarsen, Berke Ence brooke, Maria Eriksen, Pål Lersveen, Tuda Muda (Samrridhi Kukreja), Erin Murphy, Trond Nesheim, Mari Oseland, Shiva Sherveh, Valgerður Ýr Walderhaug og Jianing Zuo.
Lorck Schive Kunstpris 2019
Nominees: Gunvor Nervold Antonsen, Børre Sæthre, Eline Mugaas, Torbjørn Rødland. Read more here.
Art Academy Masters Degree show 2020
Lisa Størseth Pettersen, Mahsa Hamed Mousaviyan, Qianhui Qian, Per Stian Monsås, Bella da Silva Buxbom, Lili Zaneta, Màtè Labus, Erina Kawachi, Sigrid Voll Bøyum, Hedda Kristine Bremseth and Oscar Debs.
Leonard Rickhard - Before and after sunset
For 40 years he has distinguished himself as one of Norway's most prominent painters. Leonard Rickhard's pictorial world is characterized by his upbringing after World War II, with motifs such as military barracks, fighter jets and other vehicles, cross-sections of landscapes and buildings, interiors with model aircraft building and bird collections. Rickhard's paintings have been called melancholic and are often perceived as enigmatic and at the same time analytical. Read more here.
Meriç Algün / Oddvar Daren / Luca Frei / Alexander Gutke / Toril Johannessen / Ragnar Kjatansson / Vida Lavén / Falke Pisano
Fadlabi - Birds of Metal
"In this exhibition I am going to try to paint like I am singing the calypso. I will tell you stories about migration, about politics, and about my crises of identity. I will talk about my children and about my failed love relationships." - Fadlabi
Discover the collection! Here you can experience artists such as Harald Sohlberg, Edvard Munch, Inger Sitter and Lotte Konow Lund. See how art has developed through the centuries, from the museum's first purchase to today.
Katinka Goldberg - Shtumer Alef
Shtumer Alef, a Jewish sign of silence, is based on the story of the artist Katinka Goldberg's grandmother, Assne Kahn. At the age of 21, she fled to Sweden from Trondheim to escape the Nazis. Read more here.
Extended opening hours during the exhibition Harald Sohlberg. Infinite Landscapes.
During the exhibition Harald Sohlberg. Infinite Landscapes. TKM Gråmølna will have extended opening hours: Tuesday: 12 - 18. Wednesday: 12 - 20. Thursday - Sunday: 12 - 18. Monday: Closed.
Amdam and Andersen + Håkon Bleken
Exhibition: Jakob Weidemann
In this comprehensive presentation of Jakob Weidemann you are invited into his colorful and abstract universe painted with the nature as an inspiration source. Weidemann was born in Steinkjer, Trøndelag, and is considered a pioneer in modern Norwegian arthistory. The exhibition presents his entire career with a main focus o his early works and unknown paintings from the 40's and 50's. The exhibition is produced by Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, in collaboration with Sørlandet Art Museum and Trondheim kunstmuseum.
Harald Sohlberg. Infinite Landscapes.
Experience the painting that has been voted Norway's National painting in the exhibition Harald Sohlberg. Infinite Landscapes! In his art, Harald Sohlberg (1869–1935) focused primarily on the Norwegian landscape. Although his pictures show speciﬁc places, they also represent landscapes of the mind, of thought and eternity. This exhibition explores the full breadth of Sohlberg’s artistic career.
MFA Gradiation show 2019: Bridges are Burning
Bridges Are Burning presents 12 international artists graduating from Trondheim Academy of Fine Art (KiT) at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). The show is the result of two years of thinking and practising artistic research with a focus on the creation of new pasts, presents and futures. In a time of political polarization and burnt bridges, how can we reflect afresh upon the act of exhibiting models for the future whilst still intervening in our divided present and contested past? The show invites the audience to travel with us, across boundaries, as we seek to build new pathways and explore unknown topologies through the media of installation, video, sound, text and site-specific intervention. The artists question the power of narratives, knowledge construction, and explore queer spaces and environmental issues. The exhibition presents works by Jane Pedersen, Kasper Holm, Trude E. Bekk, Letizia Balzi, Martin Palmer, Mika Haykowski, Katherine Butcher, Unnur Andrea Einarsdóttir, Anaclara Talento, Anton Benois, Ana Dunjic and Nanna K. Hougaard.