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Friday

August 01, 2014


Closed

Wednesday - Sunday 11 am - 4 pm.

Closed Monday and Tuesday.

Flag of the Week: Sanya Kantarovsky & Liz Magic Laser

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 July 27 – Sunday August 3: Sanya Kantarovsky & Liz Magic Laser, Bow Flag

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Exhibitions

Interview with Nicolas Party

Brightly painted rocks emulating succulent summer fruits adorn the steps leading up to Kunsthall Stavanger’s newest exhibition, Landscape, by Swiss artist Nicolas Party. Inside, sprawling charcoal depictions of Norwegian landscapes combine with brightly colored graphic designs in a light-hearted tribute to Norwegian painter Lars Hertervig, the rich history of Kunsthall Stavanger, and the surrounding geography of the city. Below, the artist elaborates on his background, connection to graffiti culture, and his unique approach to figuration. 

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​Flag of the Week: Cameron MacLeod

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 July 20 – Sunday July 27: Cameron MacLeod, The State of National Disappearance

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Visit Kunsthall Stavanger this Summer!

This Summer, Kunsthall Stavanger is open Wednesday - Sunday from 11 am to 16 pm, with an exhibition by Swiss artist Nicolas Party, who has painted his way through our building in homage to Stavanger artist Lars Hertervig. We are also showing Chinese artist Liu Chuang's video Untitled (Dancing Partners) - and Japanese artist Yui Kugimiya's animations for our Art Video for Kids series. 

Outside the kunsthall, we fly a new artist flag on our flag pole every Sunday at 11 am, and visitors can hang out among Nicolas Party's "fruit stones" on the stairs leading up to our entrance. 

In addition to our exhibition program, you can visit our reading room to browse international art books and magazines, or purchase art and design items from a curated selection in our mini shop. All visitors receive free coffee and cookies. 

Welcome! 

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 Flag of the Week: Cato Løland

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 July 13 – Sunday July 20: Cato Løland, ONYX

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