Discover the art of Therese Nortvedt

 Date:17/05/2008 - 02/06/2008

The Norwegian Artist Therese Nortvedt presents her art in St. Olav’s Gallery in The Norwegian Church from 17 May – 2 June.

Therese Nortvedt, who is one of the most famous Norwegian artists with an international reputation, has exhibited her work worldwide. The artist has been in London since 2002, where she has exhibited at The Riverside Studios in connection with Ibsen 2006, Art London (Islington Business Design Center) and a solo exhibition at A22 Gallery / Pollock Fine Art, amongst others. Nortvedt’s work is represented in large public and private collections both in Norway and abroad, such as the Astrup Fearnley Museum and the National Museum in Norway, as well as H.M. Queen Sonja’s Art collection.
Valperga is a keyword for the new works of Therese Nortvedt where the audience is introduced to a deep and dark female fantasy world. The works presented here in London are lithograps, monotypes and a few paintings.

17 May – 2 June
Norwegian Church
1 St. Olav's Square
Albion Street, Rotherhithe
London SE16 7JB

Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 12 to 6 pm
Sunday from 11 to 9 pm
(The church is closed on Mondays)

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