An exquisite book with more than sixty paintings by Odd Nerdrum from the past twenty years. Foreword by Professor Einar Duenger Bøhn and a text by Öde Nerdrum.
Publisher: Fineart AS
Size: 34,5 x 30,5 cm
Binding: Hard cover
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Odd Nerdrum and ten selected students will exhibit paintings at Horten Kunstforening’s summer exhibition in Kihlegalleriet. The exhibition is titled “Alone in the World” and opens on the 25th of June at 1 pm. A selection of prints by Odd Nerdrum will also be on display in the side building. Exhibitors:Melisa CalabriaCassander André StraumsgaardSiri Balke HveemWilliam HeimdalTurid SpildoOdd NerdrumSebastian SalvoJan Ove TuvKaja NorumGunnar HaslundKristine Onsrud Exhibition Address:KihlegallerietFalkenstensveien 293189 HortenNorway Exhibition duration:25th June – 31st July 2022The gallery is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 12 pm – 3 pm.
Tonight at 6pm, the solo exhibition You see we are blind, part II opens at BGE Contemporary Art in Stavanger. This is the second solo exhibition by Odd Nerdrum in Norway in almost twenty four years, and follows after the recent retrospective at Fineart Gallery in Oslo. The exhibition includes a handful of paintings from You see we are blind, part I, as well as new paintings. It will be on view from the 27th of April until the 25th of May. “The Back” is one of several paintings that will be on dispay at BGE Contemporary Art in Stavanger, Norway.
A new book by Carl Korsnes, the editor of Sivilisasjonen magazine, will be launched on Thursday 31st of March at Bakgården på Løkken in Oslo. The title of the Norwegian publication is “Samtaler fra Memorosa” and consists of thirteen philosophical dialogues between Korsnes and Odd Nerdrum. Carl Korsnes and Öde Nerdrum (Odd’s son) will both speek at the event. Reviews The philosopher Einar Duenger Bøhn, who wrote a foreword to Odd Nerdrum’s recent painting book published by Fineart Gallery, says the following about Sivilisasjonen’s first book: Korsnes presents a collection of short and beautiful conversations with Nerdrum, which calls for hope that beauty can actually save the world. Einar Duenger Bøhn The poet and model for Odd Nerdrum’s painting Transfiguration wrote with pathos: The dialogues are a tribute to taking pride in one’s craftsmanship. To the intoxication of beauty. To the nobility of creation. Glittering with blink shot anecdotes. Reading through it arouse both the urge to create and the urge to live. Viva Nerdrum. Viva Korsnes.Bertrand Besigye