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Sverre Bjertnaes was higly influenced by realistic painter Odd Nerdrum, although he now merges figurative and abstract painting. Mid-career overview of the work of one of the leading contemporary Norwegian artists today. Les mer

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Sverre Bjertnaes was higly influenced by realistic painter Odd Nerdrum, although he now merges figurative and abstract painting. Mid-career overview of the work of one of the leading contemporary Norwegian artists today. The development of the artist is presented across 14 chapters comprising work and exhibition views.

Sverre Bjertnaes is considered one of the leading contemporary Norwegian artists today. He himself often refers to his body of works as a fragmented 'stream of images' collected from art history, vernacular culture and his own life.

This authoritative monograph on the artist features his oeuvre from the 1990s to the present day, with more than 200 illustrations. The book presents the full range of Bjertnaes's works, covering painting and drawing as well as sculpture and the tableaux installations he has developed in later years. Bjertnas embraces the conceptual approaches of photorealism as well as merging figurative and abstract painting, and experimenting with the use of new media.

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Forlag
Arnoldsche
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9783897905566
Utgivelsesår
2019
Format
30 x 25 cm

Om forfatteren

Sverre Koren Bjertnaes (b. 1976 in Trondheim, NO) studied at the National Academy of Arts, Oslo (NO), and the ArtEZ hogeschool voor de kunsten, Enschede (NL). He has exhibited at several prestigious art institutions and galleries, and has also participated in biennales and group shows, both in Norway and abroad.

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