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Soli Brug

Soli Brug Summer Exhibition

Magne’s works are part of a summer exhibition opening at Soli Brug Galleri opening on June 14, which also includes works by Pablo Picasso, Nikolai Gorbashov, Ana Luisa Rebora and Karen Klim.

Kunstgalleriet Exhibition

Norwegian Wood Remix

Magne brings works derived from ‘Norwegian Wood’ to Kunstgalleriet in Stavanger for an exhibition opening on January 25.

Steel sculpture

Eucalyptus tree steel sculpture

Magne has created a massive sculpture out of a steel H-beam for Kjell Inge Røkke, which will be installed outside Røkke’s cabin in Oppdal. This type of work has never been attempted before.

Norwegian Wood

Norwegian Wood

‘Norwegian Wood’ is an exhibition of ten new woodcut prints in large format, which will be presented by Paul Stolper in London from May 3 – June 1, 2013.

Til ungdommen

Til Ungdommen Sculpture

Together with students from across the country, Magne created a time capsule sculpture, which has been placed in the lobby of the Norwegian National Archives (Riksarkivet) and will remain sealed until 2031.

Bouquet

Bouquet

A retrospective exhibition at Galleri Trafo encompassing 25 years of Magne’s works, to coincide with his 50th birthday on November 1.

Peer Gynt

Peer Gynt Festival

Magne and Håvard Vikhagen were chosen as this year’s artists for the annual Peer Gynt Festival, and had a joint exhibition in Vinstra which opened on August 2.

aglaia

Code One

Magne designed the Code 1 artwork sail for the yacht ‘Aglaia’, which is the worldwide largest artwork on canvas. The yacht was launched in March 2011 and the sail debuted in July 2012.

Olsokdagen

Olsokdagene Festival

Magne was chosen as ‘artist of the year’ for the annual Olsokdagene festival in the historic town of Stiklestad. The theme of the festival is ‘across borders’.

Blaafarvevaerket

Blaafarveværket

On May 19, a retrospective exhibition opened at the Blaafarveværket museum in Nyfossum, Norway. The Exhibition consists of works from different periods including ceramic jars, woodcuts and prints.

echo

Echo

The works consist of four large monotypes on hospital sheets, originally intended for Futura Plus, and a selection of twelve smaller monotypes on sheets and paper.

Futura Plus

Futura Plus

Magne’s previously unseen ‘Futura Plus’ works were represented in a group exhibition called ‘Under stor press’ (‘under pressure’), which included over 800 works from 80 artists.

Shed 13

Shed 13

A large warehouse in Tjuvholmen was covered on two sides by six huge butterflies made by Damien Hirst.

soddjazz

Soddjazz

Magne opened an exhibition of works from ‘Alpha Beta’ at Nils Aas Kunstverksted on the same day that SoddJazz 2010 opened with a concert by the Trygve Seim/Frode Haltli duo.

Umsteiger

Umsteiger Berlin

Date: April 29, 2010 Location: Friedrichstrasse 149, Berlin, Germany Last Updated: August, 16, 2014 This commissioned work of foil on glass is on permanent display and features a motif of English anagrams based…

Alpha Beta

Alpha Beta

This Magne F portfolio ‘Alpha-Beta’ is published by Paul Stolper and consists of 30 individual prints – one for every letter in the alphabet, including the 3 specifically Norwegian characters æ, ø, å, and an exclamation mark.

Confusion

Confusion

Magne designed several of the permanent decorative elements in the BØLGEN & MOI restaurant in Tjuvholmen, including a white tile wall covered with black painted letters from the word ‘confusion’ in various configurations. He also created the designs on the glass windows of the restaurant.

camera

Camera

This collection is marked by a return to color after several years of monochrome palettes. The key piece is a diptych entitled “Orpheus & Eurydice”, two paintings on hospital sheets; the oak frame is decorated with gold leaf.

Porsgrunn

Porsgrunn

In addition to works from ‘Monologues’, Magne’s exhibition at Porsgrunn included 200 hand-painted tiles with words and letters, which were rearranged in a new configuration for display in the gallery. Visitors could buy a tile straight from the wall.

Anti-Climax

Anti-Climax

‘ANTICLIMAX’ features prints of aluminium and black pigment on paper as well as an installation of unique temporary sculptures in snow and ice covered in aluminium. As the snow and ice melt, the changing pieces mirror the effects of global warming. (Hydro)

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