OSL contemporary (NO)

OSL contemporary was established in May 2011, in a former fire station in Oslo’s West End. The gallery aims to promote contemporary artists in an international context, as well as developing their Norwegian positions. The program emphasizes on conceptual art and the gallery represents emerging, mid-career and established artists; several of which have participated in internationally renowned exhibitions, such as Documenta; The Venice Biennale; The Istanbul Biennial; The Sao PauloBiennial; The Lyon Biennial; and Momentum – the Nordic Art Festival.

Curated for
CHART

For CHART 2021, OSL Contemporary will present a solo booth with works by Vibeke Tandberg.

Feberhode, 2020, plaster, dimensions variable

Feberhode, 2020, plaster, dimensions variable

Feberhode, 2020, plaster, dimensions variable

Vibeke Tandberg (NO)

Vibeke Tandberg has a MFA from the Department of Film and Photography, Göteborgs Universitet and a BFA from Department of Photography, Kunsthøgskolen in Bergen. She has exhibited extensively nationally and abroad since the mid 90’s. Her work is represented in a number of public and private collections, including Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville, Paris, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Collection, New York. She was the winner of the Lorck Schive Art Prize 2017 and in 2019 she had her debut as play writer for the play "Hunder" at the National Theatre in Oslo. She has published four novels and a collection of essays on Forlaget Oktober. Her latest novel, Feber, is released July 2021.

Vibeke Tandberg (b. 1967, Oslo) lives and works in Oslo and Berlin. Tandberg’s production has consistently revolved around issues relating to notions of the subject-position and notions of the self. While her early production takes the vantage point of staged and manipulated self-portraits, her practice has been increasingly directed towards an existential understanding of the subject-position, and notions of cycles.

Work from the series 'Living Together'

C-print digital montage, edition of 5 + 2 AP
1996

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Work from the series 'Undo'

C-print mounted on aluminium, 156 x 116 cm (unframed), Edition of 5 + 2 AP
2003

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Work from the series 'Beautiful'

C-print from negative, 74.6 x 74.6 cm (framed), unique works
1999

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Old man going up and down a staircase #81

B&W RC-prints from negatives, 104.5 x 69.5 cm (unframed), unique work, from a series of 114 unique works
2003

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Old Man 2015

Installation view
2018

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Courtesy of Prosjektrom Normanns

Candy Pool, installation view, 2018