– Kant was a pioneer for the takeover of feelings in our culture, says Odd Nerdrum, surrounded in his studio by the theatre group which is about to stage The Last Days of Immanuel Kant in Norway for the first time, almost twenty years after the play was published in book form (Immanuel Kants … Les videre
On the 18th of January, the exhibition “After the Flood” with new paintings by Odd Nerdrum opens to the public at Patrick Painter Gallery in Los Angeles. Including a selection of works from the last decade, the exhibition reveals that Nerdrum has sharpened his vision of man’s rebirth in the desolated landscaped. In his own … Les videre
7th June 2018, the six part documentary-series on Odd Nerdrum’s life and work was released on Vimeo where you can rent and buy individual episodes or the entire series.
A student of mine met an old art collector at an art fair. They exchanged a few words and the collector agreed to visit the young man’s studio. The old collector struggled up all the stairs to the young painter’s loft studio, but was at last at the doorstep.
The painter … Les videre
On a small farm at the cusp of the Norwegian seaside, in a rustic wood-paneled studio strong with the … Les videre