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Tuesday

September 02, 2014


Closed

Wednesday - Sunday 11 am - 4 pm.

Closed Monday and Tuesday.

​Flag of the Week: Randi Nygård

In 2014, Kunsthall Stavanger is excited to host the entire range of curator Randi Grov 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 August 31 – Sunday September 7: Randi Nygård, Lesion – Climate Change, Human Brain Connections

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Exhibitions

HKH Queen Sonja visits Kunsthall Stavanger

Yesterday, HRH Queen Sonja of Norway visited Kunsthall Stavanger and Torbjørn Rødland's exhibition The Yellow Shell, which is this year's art exhibition in conjunction with ONS - the oil and energy fair in Stavanger. The Queen also visited the Swiss artist Nicolas Party's exhibition The Hertervig Rooms.

Additional visitors included Norway's Minister of Culture Torhild Widwey, County Governor Magnhild Meltveit Kleppa, and Deputy Mayor Bjørg Tysdal Moe.

Kunsthall Stavanger opened a year ago, and has had a very positive development both in terms of visitor numbers and memberships.

The Yellow Shell is open until September 28. This week's opening hours are noon - 7 pm, and admission is free during ONS.

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News

Flag of the Week: Santiago Mostyn

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 August 24 – Sunday August 31: Santiago Mostyn, Untitled (I Need a Miracle)

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Exhibitions

Interview with Randi Grov Berger

Flag Stavanger is the third iteration of an ongoing public project by Norwegian curator Randi Grov Berger, currently on view daily outside of Kunsthall Stavanger. The ever-evolving exhibition has grown to include over 60 Norwegian and international artists, each addressing issues of citizenship, power, identity and nationality with a personally designed flag. Here Randi Grov Berger talks with us about the ideas behind her flag project, the founding of her gallery, Entrée, in Bergen, and the importance of naiveté. 

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Interviews

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