Oslo, Norway

Urfolkshistorier | Histórias indígenas 

The exhibition presents different accounts of indigenous experience from South America, North America, Oceania, and the Nordic region, through art and visual culture, curated by artists and researchers who are indigenous or of indigenous descent.

The show will bring together around 285 works of multiple media, typologies, origins and periods, from the period before European colonization to the present, by more than 170 artists.

Read about the exhibition team here
Team: Indigenous Histories is curated by Abraham Cruzvillegas, artist (Mexico City); Alexandra Kahsenni:io Nahwegahbow, Jocelyn Piirainen, Michelle LaVallee and Wahsontiio Cross, National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa); Bruce Johnson-McLean, National Gallery of Australia (Canberra); Edson Kayapó, Kássia Borges Karajá and Renata Tupinambá, MASP (São Paulo); Irene Snarby, Kode (Bergen/Tromsø); Nigel Borell, Auckland War Memorial Museum (Auckland) and Sandra Gamarra (Lima).

Designed by +groma (Andrea Pinochet, Ingrid Dale).

On view:
26. April – 25. August 2024
KODE Bergen, Stenersen

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Oslo, Norway
Atlanterhavet - Myter, kunst, vitenskap
The Atlantic Ocean is a large-scale celebration of the northern sea that has shaped Norway and made the country an international actor, but also critically examines human practices on and in the sea. The exhibition includes around 140 works and objects ranging from original maps from the 15th century to contemporary works. By examining themes such as mapping and extraction, work and leisure at sea, ecology, and migration, the exhibition conveys the importance of the sea for humans across time and space.

The exhibition is part of a series of interdisciplinary exhibitions in which Henie Onstad delves into current societal issues across culture and nature.

26. April 2024 – 15. September 2024

Team: Curated by Susanne Østby Sæther, Stefanie Hessler and Knut Ljøgodt. Designed by +groma (Andrea Pinochet, Ingrid Dale).

Oslo, Norway
Fifty Shades of Black
What is black? Is black a colour, a mixture of all colours, or the absence of light? This exhibition presents artists who are all concerned with the colour black, with Pierre Soulanges as its starting point. 

+Read exhibition review here (NRK)

1. March 2024 – 4. August 2024

Team: Curated by Caroline Ugelstad and Hilde Berteig Rustan. Designed by +groma (Andrea Pinochet, Ingrid Dale).

Oslo, Norway
Magdalena Abakanowicz
This winter, Abakanowicz's pioneering textile sculptures are on display at the Henie Onstad Art Center. The abakans hang from the ceiling, inviting the audience to move through and close to a fibrous sculptural landscape. The exhibition offers a unique opportunity to experience the Polish artist's extraordinary work.

+ Read more about Abakanowicz here

27. October 2023 – 25. February 2024

Team: Curated by Caroline Ugelstad (HOK), Ann Coxon (Tate Modern) and Mary Jane Jacob. Designed by +groma (Andrea Pinochet, Ingrid Dale).

Oslo, Norway

Small extension to a tomansbolig house in Tåsen, Oslo. The extension ocupies the Northwest corner of the site. 

Team: Studio Vatn (Espen Vatn), +groma (Andrea Pinochet, Trym Langeggen, Roman Kekel)

Andrea Pinochet
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