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Thorbjørn Sørensen CV

 

Thorbjørn Sørensen

Born in Oslo 1961. Lives and works in Oslo, Norway
Professor at Kunstakademien in Trondheim, Norway
Education: 

  • 1987 – 91 The National Academy of Fine Arts, Oslo
  • 1982 – 86 SKHS, Oslo

 

Solo shows:

  • 2011 Galleri Flach, Stockholm
  • 2009 Kunstnerforbundet
  • 2008 Galleri K, Oslo
  • 2005 Galleri Flach, Stockholm
  • 2003 Galleri Wang, Oslo
  • 2001 Galleri Wang, Oslo
  • 2000 Galleri Flach, Stockholm
  • 1999 Galleri Wang, Oslo *
  • 1998 Galleri 54, Gothenburg
  • 1998 Galleri Flach, Stockholm
  • 1996 Galleri Wang, Oslo
  • 1995 Galleri Sølvberget, Stavanger

 

Selected group shows:

  • 2009 Kunstprojects Berlin,
  • 2008 Selection from the Hydro art collection, Henie Onstad kunstsenter, Høvikodde,
  • 2007-08 Carnegie Art Award,
  • 2007 Cluster, Nordeas Kunstsamling, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Oslo,
  • 2004 Galleri Haaken, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Oslo,
  • 2004 In a Norwegian Wood, The Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw
  • 2004 Galerie Kai Hilgerman, Berlin2002 Concret – Non Figurativ Art in Norway 1920-2000,
  • 2004 Lillehammer Art Museum *
  • 1999 Composite, The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Oslo *
  • 1998 Untitled, Konstepedemien, Gothenburg
  • 1998 Reconstruction’s, Galleri Wang, Oslo
  • 1998 Color between Art and Science, Stenersenmuseet, Oslo *
  • 1998 Profiles, The Artists Society, Oslo
  • 1998 Cultural Production in Norway in the Nineties, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo *
  • 1997 An exhibition for the benefit of the unhappiest person in the world, Galleri Wang, Oslo
  • 1994 Friends, Uddevalla Konsthall *
  • 1994 The Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius *
  • 1994 The Project in the Old Town (PiG), Oslo (with Tore Lyngseth) *
  • 1993 Galleri Wang, Oslo
  • 1991 Transitions, Galleri Rotor, Gothenburg
  • 1991 Three from the Academy, Galleri Heer, Oslo
  • 1989 Norwegian standard, Galleri Rotor, Gothenburg

 

Collections:

  • Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo
  • The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Oslo
  • The Norwegian Council of Cultural Affairs, Oslo
  • The Swedish Art Council
  • Nordea, Oslo
  • Telenor, Oslo
  • Hydro ASA, Oslo
  • ICA, Headquarters, Stockholm
  • H & M, Headquarters, Stockholm

 

Public Commissions:

  • Hydro, Bergen
  • Telenor, Bergen
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Oslo

 

* indicates publication