The catalog launched in conjunction with our exhibition Kiki Kogelnik, Inner Life, is now available for purchase at Kunsthall Stavanger and from Hatje Cantz. It includes texts by Jenni Sorkin and Wendy Vogel, with an introduction by Kunsthall Stavanger director Hanne Mugaas. Read more about the exhibition here, and about the catalog here.
The current video in our Art Video for Kids program is Snap!, 2017 by Rhys Coren. Coren (b. 1983, Plymouth, UK) works across animation, writing, performance and painted marquetry; each media displaying an obvious pleasure in rhythm, form, color and texture, space and negative space. He completed a Postgraduate Diploma at the Royal Academy of Art in 2016 and lives and works in London, where he is represented by Seventeen Gallery. Read more about Rhys and his work in a recent interview with It's Nice That. Read More
We're open most days during the Easter Holiday. Our current exhibition is
Kiki Kogelnik - Inner Life. Read more about the exhibition here.
Palm Sunday April 9: 11 am - 4 pm
Monday April 10: Closed
Tuesday April 11: Closed
Wednesday April 12: 11 am -4 pm
Maundry Thursday 11 am -4 pm
Good Friday: Closed
Holy Saturday April 15: 11 am - 4 pm
Easter Day April 16: Closed
Easter Monday April 17: 11 am - 4 pm
Art, socio-political critique, the human body, feminism, new material technologies and the space age – there is little that escaped Kiki Kogelnik’s attention. The artist’s prolific creative period of the 1960s and 70s is the focus of Kiki Kogelnik: Inner Life, an extensive exhibition of the artist’s work at Kunsthall Stavanger.Read More
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Opening on March 30!
Kunsthall Stavanger is proud to present an exhibition of artworks by the Austrian artist Kiki Kogelnik. Organized in collaboration with the Kiki Kogelnik Foundation, the exhibition brings together artworks from the 1960s and 70s, and particularly generative period in the artist’s prolific career. Kogelnik, well-known for her idiosyncratic style, bright color palette, and close relationship to Pop art and first wave feminism, employed a variety of different media in her investigations into politics, social critique, the space age, and the human body. The works presented at Kunsthall Stavanger echo current curiosities and concerns regarding gender politics, globalization and the environment, and continue to be as relevant today as when they were first created. Read more here. Read More