Constance Tenvik (b. 1990) is a Norwegian artist based in Vestfossen and Berlin. She holds an MFA from Yale University School of Art and a BFA from Oslo National Academy of the Arts. Tenvik has exhibited at Loyal Gallery, Stockholm; Old Fortress, Livorno through LINC (Tableau Vivant Action); Deli Projects, Basel; and Kristiansand Kunsthall, among others. Her exhibition Soft Armour will open at The Young Artists Society (UKS) and Kunstnernes Hus in Oslo in December 2017. Lord Jim Publishing published Tenvik's Look Book in 2017, to coincide with the exhibition Conceptual Romance, which included works by Marcel Duchamp and Henriette Martinsen.
Tenvik has worked as an illustrator for numerous papers and magazines. Clients include Morgenbladet, Atlas and Billedkunst, among others. In 2015, her drawing Simone Weil Mindmap was acquired by The National Gallery in Norway through the poker performance Collection As Allocated Objects, organized by Sverre Gullesen and Tidenes Krav.