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Thursday

April 24, 2014


Closed

Wednesday - Friday,
12 pm - 4 pm.

Saturday and Sunday,
11 am - 4 pm.

Closed Monday and Tuesday.

Flag of the Week: Tamara Henderson

In 2014, Kunsthall Stavanger is excited to host the entire range of curator Randi Berger’s flag project, now in it’s fourth iteration (previous sites include New York City, Bergen, and Nesflaten). Each flag (there are 53 altogether) has been individually commissioned by Berger from a wide range of Norwegian and international artists and collectives, and will be flown outside of the Kunsthall Stavanger one at a time, for one week each over the course of the year.

Sunday April 20- Sunday April 27: Tamara Henderson, Old Hag Flag

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​Flag of the Week: Steinar Haga Kristensen

In 2014, Kunsthall Stavanger is excited to host the entire range of curator Randi Berger’s flag project, now in it’s fourth iteration (previous sites include New York City, Bergen, and Nesflaten). Each flag (there are 53 altogether) has been individually commissioned by Berger from a wide range of Norwegian and international artists and collectives, and will be flown outside of the Kunsthall Stavanger one at a time, for one week each over the course of the year.


Sunday April 13- Sunday April 20: Steinar Haga Kristensen, The Spread of Dilettantism

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Flag of the Week: Kjersti Foyn

In 2014, Kunsthall Stavanger is excited to host the entire range of curator Randi Berger’s flag project, now in it’s fourth iteration (previous sites include New York City, Bergen, and Nesflaten). Each flag (there are 53 altogether) has been individually commissioned by Berger from a wide range of Norwegian and international artists and collectives, and will be flown outside of the Kunsthall Stavanger one at a time, for one week each over the course of the year.

Sunday April 6 - Sunday April 13: Kjersti Foyn, Cloud

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Elsebet Rahlff - Samliv, 1977

Elsebet Rahlff, exhibition publication from the exhibition Samliv in Bergen, 1977. Reprinted edition, 2013. Courtesy the artist and Kunsthall Stavanger. Photo: Erik Sæter Jørgensen.

The exhibition Samliv originally took place at the Bergen Art Society in 1977. Innovative, provocative, and most of all, informative, the exhibition utilized the visual arts as a way to communicate crucial issues around sexual health and identity, the effects of which can still be traced today. Documentation and artworks from the original Samliv exhibition are currently on view at Kunsthall Stavanger as part of Hold Stenhårdt Fast På Greia Di - Norwegian Art and Feminism 1968-89. Here, Samliv's head organizer, artist Elsebet Rahlff, writes about the background and implementation of the exhibition. 

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April 04, 2014

Happy Easter!

Happy Easter!

We will be open on the following days during Easter:

Saturday 12.04, 11.00 am – 4 pm.

Palm Sunday 13.04, 11.00 am – 4 pm.

Wednesday 16.04, Noon – 4 pm.

Monday 21.04, 11.00 am - 4 pm.

Visit us to see the exhibitions Hold Stenhårdt Fast På Greia Di - Norwegian Art and Feminism 1968-89; Amy Bessone; Ketchup and Blood - Videoperformances by Paul McCarthy; Wood Sculpture - an exhibition for kids by Merijn Hos; New Report by Wynne Greenwood and K8 Hardy; and Flo/Flow by William Wegman, which is part of our Art Video for Kids program. 

Our reading room has international art books an magazines available, and kids are welcome to sit down to draw and color. 

Welcome! 

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