Jakob Weidemann and the breakthrough of post-war modernism in Norway // 30 january – 9 may 2017
Works from the Museum’s collection
HEDEVIG ANKER // 29 October 2016 – 18 February 2017
Hedevig Anker is known for her poetic analogue photographs of abandoned, empty rooms. Her work, which abstracts the subject while bringing out the memories and associations inherent in a building, has gained a further dimension in her new series, based on the Norwegian writer and Nobel Prize-winner Sigrid Undset’s home, Bjerkebæk.
ISOTHERME. Olav Christopher Jenssen in Engebretsens Collection // 18 June – 9 October 2016
Olav Christopher Jenssen (b. 1954) lives and works in Berlin, and is Professor of Painting at the Braunschweig University of Art. Svein-Erik and Anne-Lise Engebretsen have been collecting Jenssen’s art for 40 years. Their collection comprises works from 1977 until today.
LILLEHAMMER. GATHERING POINT FOR ARTISTS // Summer 2016
Sommeren 2016 viser museet et utvalg av Lillehammermalere; Frederik Collett, Thorvald Erichsen, Lars Jorde, Kristen Holbø m.fl.
HIGHLIGHTS from our collection // summer 2016
Our collection consisting of approx. 1500 works by Norwegian artists dating from the 1800s and until today.
SLOW PICTURES – Contemporary photography // 26 may – 11 september 2016
In recent years we have seen steadily increasing interest in handcraft, tradition, and the material qualities of objects, a pattern that has included art photography.
DIALOG 1961. Arnold Haukeland og Jakob Weidemann // 31 January – 8 May 2016
Jakob Weidemann made his breakthrough with a series of paintings of the forest floor, which were shown in the 1961 exhibition at the art gallery Kunstnernes Hus.
HANNE BORCHGREVINK. En vegg. A Wall. A Surface. A Colour // 31 January – 29 May 2016
Hanne Borchgrevink (1951) skiller seg ut i den norske kunsthistorien ved sitt rendyrkede, og gjentagende formspråk med husformen som motivisk gjennomgangstema.
FACETS. JAKOB WEIDEMANN RETROSPECTIVE // 30 January 2016 – 29 January 2017
In connection with the opening of a new extension, which has been partly financed by an endowment from Anne Weidemann, Lillehammer Art Museum presents Facets, an exhibition in two parts based on works by Jakob Weidemann (1923–2001).