Earth, Wind, Fire, Water

Eyes as Big as Plates # Karin (Norway 2019) © Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen
Eyes as Big as Plates # Karin (Norway 2019) © Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

Earth, Wind, Fire, Water

You are invited to the opening of the exhibition

Earth, Wind, Fire, Water

Nordic Contemporary Crafts
44th edition of Tendenser
2 pm Saturday 28 March 2020

GALLERI F 15
Albyalléen 60, 1519 Moss

Artists:
Hildur Bjarnadóttir, Ebba Bohlin, Fellesskapsprosjektet å Fortette Byen, Alma Heikkilä, Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen, Guðjón Ketilsson, Kasper Kjeldgaard, Stian Korntved Ruud, Ivana Králíková, Valentin Manz, Britta Marakatt-Labba, Pekka Paikkari, Louise Sidelmann, Brynjar Sigurðarson & Veronika Sedlmair, Ida Wieth, Hedvig Winge and Charlotta Östlund

Curated by Randi Grov Berger.

Earth, Wind, Fire, Water - Nordic Contemporary Crafts is the 44th edition of the exhibition series Tendenser at Galleri F 15 in Moss, Norway. This year’s edition brings together seventeen artists and artist groups from the Nordic countries who use their craft, their tools and their deep material knowledge to address pending environmental issues. These practices explore the potential of materials and the elements to co-author artistic works; to participate in and at times control the process and outcome.

For nearly 50 years Tendenser has been one of the leading platforms for contemporary crafts in the Nordic region. The biennial contemporary craft exhibition Tendenser was first presented as an annual exhibition in 1971 at Galleri F 15 in Moss, Norway. Since then the exhibition has expanded from its initial focus on Norwegian contemporary crafts to incorporating trends from across the Nordic countries. By partnering with the Nordic Network of Crafts Associations (NNCA) the exhibition will solidify its Nordic focus further and give an in-depth exploration of the Nordic craft scene.

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Free round trip by bus Oslo - Moss
12.15: From Oslo S, track 19 to Galleri F 15
17.00: From Galleri F 15 to Oslo
Send reservation to se@gallerif15.no by Thursday 26 March.

Save the date
Seminar and publication launch in Moss 2–3 June 2020

Supported by Nordic Culture Fund and Nordic Culture Point.