Bergen Kunsthall

Bergen Kunsthall


Bergen Kunsthall is one of Norway’s premier arenas for contemporary art. With a variety that spans large solo exhibitions of international and Norwegian artists to curated group exhibitions and thematic productions, Bergen Kunsthall wishes to reflect the latest trends in the art scene. The institution also actively produces its own projects and is in that way an independent player in the development of contemporary art. Bergen Kunsthall wishes to maintain a varied and continuously up-to-date programme through exhibitions, talks, artist presentations, catalogue publications and a wide range of dissemination activities.

With its three sections - Kunsthallen, Gallery NO.5 and Landmark – Bergen Kunsthall is a flexible art institution that accommodates all directions in a broad range of artistic practice. Our activities include both large-scale exhibitions, small exhibitions in Gallery NO.5, and a wide range of weekly events at Landmark. Its institutional model has made Bergen Kunsthall a very active arena for cultural production and it is today the most important meeting place for innovative culture in Bergen across genre boundaries.

Posts from Bergen Kunsthall

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    Platform presents: Haegue Yang book launch

    This catalogue accompanies two parallel solo exhibitions held in the autumn of 2013 by Haegue Yang: Journal of Bouba/kiki at Glasgow Sculpture Studios, Glasgow, Scotland (5 October–20 December 2013); and Journal of Ech[...]

    December 12, 2013

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    Book release: Bergen Kunsthall in Perspective, 2001–2013

    The book Bergen Kunsthall in Perspective, 2001–2013 looks back at Bergen Kunsthall's exhibitions, publications and events in the period 2001–2013. A total of 15 newly written articles and reprints of earlier texts d[...]

    August 20, 2013

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    Book release: Gardar Eide Einarsson, Versuchsstation des Weltuntergangs

    This book is published on the occasion of Einarsson's solo exhibition Versuchsstation des Weltuntergangs at Bergen Kunsthall, and is the artist's first comprehensive monograph. The book contains documentation of a large[...]

    May 22, 2013

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    Book release from Bergen Kunsthall: Rosa Barba

    Rosa Barba - Time as Perspective is published by Hatje Cantz in collaboration with Bergen Kunsthall and Kunsthaus Zürich. In the book, the two exhibition chapters, Time as Perspective - Chapter 1 at Kunsthaus Zürich an[...]

    April 4, 2013

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    Bergen Kunsthall seeks a new Director

    Bergen Kunsthall is one of Scandinavia’s most prominent institutions for contemporary art, housed in its own building designed by the architect Ole Landmark in 1936. Through close cooperation with artists, writers, r[...]

    January 24, 2013

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    Brannon, Büttner, Kierulf, Kierulf, Kilpper: Book release from Bergen Kunsthall

    In 2012, with the group exhibition Brannon, Büttner, Kierulf, Kierulf, Kilpper, Bergen Kunsthall presented five artists, all of whom have focused on graphic printing tech­niques in their otherwise composite and highly [...]

    September 25, 2012

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    Marianne Heier’s Surplus: publication and seminar at Bergen Kunsthall

    For the first time in the almost 60­-year history of the Festival Exhibition, the 2012 project was moved in its entirety out of the institution’s exhibition spaces. With the exhibition Surplus, Marianne Heier showed[...]

    September 18, 2012

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    Bergen Kunsthall

    2011 Tauba Auerbach Folds Santu Mofokeng Chasing Shadows. 30 Years of Photographic Essays Cerith Wyn Evans Details What, How and for Whom Sergej Jensen Vlatka Horvat In Other Words, In Other's Words And Other Wor[...]

    February 29, 2012

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    Book Release: What, How and for Whom/ WHW—Details

    The point of departure for the exhibition and accompanying publication "Details" is Slovenian theorist Rastko Močnik's collection of texts entitled 'How Much Fascism?.' In the midst of the disintegration of Yugoslavi[...]

    November 18, 2011

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    Book Release: Tauba Auerbach

    In connection with the exhibition "Tetrachromat" by Tauba Auerbach, Bergen Kunsthall and Sternberg Press are publishing a new book that presents Auerbach's ongoing series of Fold paintings for the first time in book f[...]

    November 11, 2011

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Royal Academy of Art, The Hague
Emily Carr
St. John\'s University
St Moritz Art Academy
Vermont College of Fine Arts