On September 16, a-ha.com hosted a day-long celebration of the legacy of ‘Take On Me’, including a live Q&A with Magne on the a-ha Facebook page
“Nå har jeg ingen sperrer” Interview
This 6-page interview with Magne was published in the Saturday edition of Dagbladet on May 11, 2013. The interview took place in London on May 2 as Magne prepared for the opening of ‘Norwegian Wood’ at Paul Stolper gallery.
Norwegian Magazine Interview
The May issue of “N”, the in-flight magazine for Norwegian Airlines, included an interview with Magne which explored his many recent projects.
‘Bokstavelig Kunst’ Interview
In December, Magasinet KUNST published a long interview with Magne in connection with ‘Bouquet’ and his 50th birthday.
‘The Voice’ Television Series
The popular international talent show ‘The Voice’ premiered in Norway on January 27, 2012, and Magne is participating as one of the four coaches.
‘Dance for Daddy’ Documentary
The NRK program ‘Nasjonal Galleriet’ aired a 30-minute documentary about Magne, focusing on his art career and how the loss of his father at a young age influenced his creativity.
‘Mange Magne’ Interview
In August 2010, in connection with promotion around a-ha’s Norwegian stadium tour, Kamille magazine published a lengthy interview with Magne, including photos taken at his home and atelier outside Oslo.
‘Pakket og klar’ Interview
There was an extensive portrait of Magne in the Saturday ‘Magasinet’ section of Dagbladet. Promo for the interview said, “An open Magne Furuholmen talks about life after a-ha and his serious illness.”
Keyboard Player Interview
In connection with a-ha’s UK promotion of ‘Foot of the Mountain’, Magne was featured in Keyboard Player Issue 0340. It is possible to order a digital copy of the article or a physical copy of the entire magazine.
Dagbladet interviewed Magne at BØLGEN & MOI restaurant in Tjuvholmen, where they discussed a-ha’s ninth studio album, art, Magne’s health and more. At the time of the interview, Magne had recently finished desgining various interior elements for the cafe, including the ‘Confusion’ installation.