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September 8-11, 2022   Javits Center
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Galleri Brandstrup

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Apichaya Wanthiang
Driftwood and Ghosthunters
2018

Presented
Artists

Marina Abramović
Diana Al-Hadid
Sverre Bjertnæs
Lars Ø. Ramberg
Apichaya Wanthiang

Represented
Artists

Marina Abramović
Diana Al-Hadid
Paola Angelini
Li Binyuan
Sverre Bjertnæs
Håkon Bleken
Anna Daniell
Lars Elling
Elena Engelsen
Erik A. Frandsen
Christer Glein
Amalie Jakobsen
Kjell Erik Killi Olsen
Per Kirkeby
Kåre Kivijarvi
Per Kleiva
Ola Kolehmainen
Joseph Kosuth
Steinar Haga Kristensen
Michael Kvium
Christian Lemmerz
Per Maning
Trine Lise Nedreaas
Michael O'Donnell
Fredrik Raddum
Lars Ø. Ramberg
Inger Sitter
Øyvind Sørfjordmo
Kjell Torriset
Apichaya Wanthiang

Galleri Brandstrup Oslo was founded by Kim Brandstrup and Marit Gillespie in 2000 at the historic site of Madserud Gård in Oslo. In March 2010 we were the first gallery to move to Oslo’s new gallery district, Tjuvholmen. In addition to representing several of our Nordic masters and some of the driving forces within Nordic contemporary art, we pride ourselves on working with some of today’s most groundbreaking and internationally renowned artists. The gallery exclusively represents Marina Abramović and Joseph Kosuth in Scandinavia, a result of our close collaboration with the Sean Kelly Gallery in New York. All of our artists are represented with conviction based on their unique conceptual and visual expression. The gallery displays monthly exhibitions year-round in our gallery space. We work closely and continuously with the Norwegian and Scandinavian museums and foundations; to illustrate, in 2011, Brandstrup organised an exhibition by Mark Quinn, alongside White Cube Gallery in London and Kistefos Museum (Norway). A few of our most notable museum collaborations is Fredrik Raddum ́s solos show “Get Lost” at Aaros (Denmark) in 2011, Marina Abramović ́ “Entering the Other Side” at Kistefos Museum (Norway) in 2014, Sverre Bjertnæs at Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseum (Norway, 2018), Håkon Bleken at Hennie Onstad Museum (Oslo, Norway, 2018), the late Per Kleiva ́s memorial exhibition at Kunstnernes Hus (Oslo Norway, 2018), and the upcoming exhibitions: Lars Ramberg at Bomuldsfabriken Kunsthall (2021), Apichaya Wanthiang at the Munch Museum (2021) and Diana Al Hadid at Bomuldsfabriken Kunsthall (2022).

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