osloBIENNALEN: A Five-year Art Programme in Public Space

Words by Carla Ingrasciotta
May 29, 2019

Curated by Eva González-Sancho Bodero and Per Gunnar Eeg-Tverbakk osloBIENNALEN 2019-2024 is an evolving five-year programme of art in public space.

Currently opened to the public for the inaugural weekend (25-27th May 2019), the osloBIENNALEN features a set of works and projects, complemented by a series of symposia, talks and public programmes. In October 2019, the second set of projects will be launched. The expanding programme for the years ahead will be announced at regular intervals as the biennial moves forward in time.

Participants of the first set include:
Michelangelo Miccolis (MEX), Mikaela Assolent (FR), Mônica Nador (BR), Øystein Wyller Odden (NO), Rose Hammer, Sigurd Tenningen (NO), Benjamin Bardinet (FR), Bruno Oliveira (BR), Carole Douillard (FR), Ed D’Souza (UK), Gaylen Gerber (US), Hlynur Hallsson (IS), Jan Freuchen (NO), Jonas Høgli Major (NO), Julien Bismuth (FR), Lisa Tan (USA), Marianne Heier (NO), Mette Edvardsen (NO), Michael Ross (USA)

In October 2019, a second set of projects will be launched, featuring confirmed works by Adrian Balseca (Ecuador); Marcelo Cidade (Brazil); Jonas Dahlberg (Sweden); Anna Daniell (Norway); Edith Dekyndt (Belgium); Tomaš Džadoň (Czech Republic); Oliver Godow (Germany); Javier Izquierdo (Ecuador); Graziela Kunsch (Brazil); Belen Santillan (Ecuador); Oliver Godow (Deutschland) Katja Høst (Norway) and Knut Åsdam (Norway).


Myntgata 2
0151 Oslo

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