Tag: Oslo

Underhojar
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Rudolph the Chrome Nosed Reindeer

In connection with the ‘Under Stor Press’ print exhibition in Sweden, Yamaparts displayed motorcycles transformed into art by several artists at an exhibition called ‘Underhojar’. One of the motorcycles was done by Apparatjik.

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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.

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Shed 13

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

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Confusion

Magne designed several of the permanent decorative elements in the B├śLGEN & 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.

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On stage with Jason Mraz

Magne performed ‘A Beautiful Mess’ and ‘I’m Yours’ with singer Jason Mraz at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert at Oslo’s Spektrum Arena.

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On stage with Coldplay

As a special guest at a Coldplay concert at the Spektrum in Oslo, Magne performed ‘Hunting High and Low’ with Chris Martin.

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Rockefeller Music Hall

After the triple solo concert at Royal Albert Hall in London was announced, a series of ‘warm up’ concerts were announced for the preceding days in Oslo.

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Palace Grill
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Palace Grill

Prior to the triple solo concerts in Oslo and London in May 2008, Magne had three quietly announced ‘warm up’ concerts at the tiny but cozy Palace Grill in Oslo. He also did a warm up concert for Hove Festival here in June.

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Solo album painting performance

Magne’s second solo album was first offered as a limited edition of 300, the covers hand painted as part of a large canvas and dismantled into its parts – all of which was streamed on the web.

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Climax

Magne was commissioned by Hydro to create a sculpture for the Nobel Peace Center, and the result was a reclaimed aluminum work, ‘Climax’. The sculpture was unveiled by Nobel Prize Award winners Al Gore and Rajendra Kumar Pachauri on December 11, 2007.

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