Ingrid Halland er førsteamanuensis i kunsthistorie ved NTNU og ved Arkitektur- og designhøyskolen i Oslo (AHO).
Ingrid Halland is Associate Professor in Art History at NTNU and at The Oslo School of Architecture and Design.
The notable exhibition series Game of Life at Kristiansand Kunsthall concludes with a masterful, if sombre dissonance.
Light, dance, sound, life and fog. A-form was performed on the roof of the unfinished National Museum in Oslo, blurring the borders between object and environment.
Magnus Karlsson Gallery gives a rare and extended glance at Bruno Knutman’s particular form of radical play in a show focused exclusively on his drawings.
Santiago Mostyn’s exhibition at Andréhn-Schiptjenko in Stockholm is a hypnotic spatial montage which reveals the contours of an emergent Black subjectivity.
In highly ornamented pieces that seduce the eye, Ebony G. Patterson touches deep colonial wounds and stresses the need to discuss them – without ending up in a muddle.
Partner of ex-minister used all available channels to throw suspicion on the play Ways of Seeing, according to Oslo District Court. Director Pia Maria Roll is relieved over the verdict passed on Friday.