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).
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.
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.
HIGHLIGHTS from our collection // summer 2016
Our collection consisting of approx. 1500 works by Norwegian artists dating from the 1800s and 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.
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.
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.
IN THE LIGHT OF ITALY: A Danish-Norwegian artistic community, 1879-1886 // 4 March – 4 June, 2017
The exhibition “IN THE LIGHT OF ITALY: A Danish-Norwegian Artist Community 1879-1886” tells the story of a group of Danish and Norwegian artists who pursued their dream of Italy in two small towns near the Abruzzo Mountains, south-east of Rome.