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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’ 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.
Apparatjik and interior designer Karina Holmen have furnished and decorated a guest suite at THE THIEF hotel based in the Apparatjik World. Read a press release about the suite here.
This new book is the first extensive publication to survey Magne’s career and works, and provide insight into the artist’s practice.
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.
Markus Lange and Falko Walter have produced a RISO printed magazine for Apparatjik, which is the focus of this exhibition.
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.
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.
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’.
Sir Peter Blake, known to many as the father of British Pop Art, created a new series of prints, entitled ‘The Oslo Suite’, inspired by his experience of the Norwegian City.
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