Oslo Opens Reference group
Astrup Fearnley Museum for Moderne Art
Atelier Nord
Billedkunstnerne i Oslo og Akershus (BOA)
Fotogalleriet / Forbundet Frie Fotografer (FFF)
Fellesverkstedet
Kunstnernes Hus
The National Museum of Art, Archtecture and Design
Norsk Billedhoggerforening (NBF)
Norske Kunsthåndverkere Oslo og Akershus (NKOA)
Norsk senter for teknologi i musikk og kunst (NOTAM)
Norske tekstilkuntnere/SOFT
Tegnerforbundet (TF)
Young Artists Society (UKS)


Supported by
City of Oslo, Agency for Cultural Affairs
Arts Council Norway
The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Norwegian Crafts
Adam Mickiewicz Institute
Norske Kunsthåndverkere

Galuzin, Ivan

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Since graduating from the National College of Art in Oslo in 2006, Ivan Galuzin’s multidisciplinary practice has generated a startling dialogue between his peculiar artistic interests, the history of art and the human body. The fragility of the human body is the subject of scrutiny in his painting, sculpture and video.
Ivan Galuzin lives and works in Oslo, Norway and Murmansk, Russian Federation. Selected exhibitions include Kristiansand Kunsthall (Upcoming 2017), Stavanger Art Museum (2016), Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art (2015), Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo (2015), Kunstnerforbundet (2015), UKS, Young Artists Society, Oslo (2014), Galleri Christian Torp (2012), The Armory Show New York (2012), and Moscow Museum of Modern Art (2010). As a curator he recently toured the exhibition Den røde armés tilbaketrekning / Возвращение Красной Армии / The Withdrawal of the Red Army, in collaboration with Northern Norway Art Museum (2015-2016).

Member of NBK, NBF

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Ivan Galuzin, To Arcadia or Wherever, 2017, 186x245, oil on linen
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Ivan Galuzin, installation view, Choice of Matter, 2017
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Ivan Galuzin, All that she has seen but wanted 2017 DVD Video 2:00 min. 4:3, loop
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Ivan Galuzin, Not yet titled 2012 - 2017 Lead, wax, straw and steel on wooden base with glass

Planned projects and exhibitions

2018 Book launch, The Withdrawal of the Red Army / Den røde armés tilbaketrekning / Возвращение Красной Армии. Orkana Forlag.
2018 Launch of Villa Romsli Fellesverksted, Oslo Open
2018 Book launch, Guestbook, Uten Tittel Forlag

CV

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Ivan Galuzin
b.1979, Murmansk, Russian Federation
lives and workes in Oslo, Norway and Murmansk, Russian Federation

Education:

2002-2006 Diploma, National Academy of Fine Arts, Oslo, Norway
2000-2002 Foundation course, Strykejernet Art School, Oslo, Norway

Solo Exhibitions:

2017 ‘Choice of Matter’, Gallery Christian Torp, The Island, Oslo, Norway
2016 ‘Good morning, Agamemnon!’, gallery Ч9, Murmansk, Russian Federation
2014 ‘Idiosyncracy Means Allergy’, UKS, Young Artist Society, Oslo, Norway
2013 ‘Yugoslavia as an Atlas of Your Body’, Konkret gallery, Vestfossen, Norway
2012 Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo, Norway
2012 ‘What Took You So Long?’, Galleri Christian Torp, Oslo, Norway
2010 ‘Concrete Particular Insecurity Breeds Sympathy Which Can Grow Into Content. Security Breeds Adornment’, Freddy Knox Project Space, Oslo, Norway

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017 ‘Concrete Island’, Island Oslo, Oslo, Norway
2017 ‘Gjenvinningen’, Kristiansand Kunsthall, Kristiansand, Norway
2016 ‘Trusselbildet’, group exhibition together with Glafira Severianova (RU), Sean Snyder (US), Norsk Luftfartsmuseum – National Norwegian Aviation Museum in Bodø, Norway
2016 ‘NN-A,NN-A,NN-A, New Norwegian Abstraction’, Stavanger Art Museum, Stavanger, Norway
2015 ‘An American, a German and a Russian walks into a bar… ’ together with Cornelius Stiefenhofer (GE), Vemund Thoe (NO), Murmansk, Russian Federation (curator/artist)
2015 ‘7-10/43‘ together with Oleg Samoylov, Murmansk, Russian Federation (curator/artist)
2015 ’Brännpunkt Barents’, Havremagasinet, Bodens Konstcentrum, Boden, Sweden
2015 ‘Krigens Skygge’, curated by Kari Brantzæg, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway
2015 ‘NN-A,NN-A,NN-A, New Norwegian Abstraction’, Astrup Fearnley Museum, Oslo, Norway
2014 Exhibition together with Morten Andenæs, Melk, Oslo, Norway
2014 ‘ZOO-ART territory – the art between human and animal’, National Centre for Contemporary Art, Moskow, Russia
2013 ‘1986 – 2013 / An artist collecting art’, Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Vestfossen, Norway
2012 ‘Who Cares?’, NCCA Kaliningrad branch, Public Art Project, Kaliningrad, Russia
2011 ‘Nordic Art Today’, Etagi Contemporary Art Centre, St. Petersburg, Russia
2011 ‘Aspects of Painting’, Akershus Kunstsenter, Lillestrøm
2011 ‘Situation As Object (Framed)’, Gallery D.O.R., Bruxelles, Belgium
2011 ‘The Return of The Losers’, curated by Martin Schibli, Kalmar Kunstmuseum, Kalmar, Sweden
2010 Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseum, Tønsberg, Norway
2010 ‘Qui Vive?’ 2nd Moscow International Biennale forYoung Art. curated by Martin Schibli, Moskow, Russia
2010 ‘The Drawing Biennale’, Momentum Kunsthall, Moss, Norway
2009 Hotch Potch@MKII, London, Great Britain
2009 ‘Authentic Forgeries’ Pre-creating an exhibition. KHM Galleri, curated by Max Ockborn, Örn Alexander Ámundason, Ellinor Aurora Aasgaard, Olof Nimar, Karen Gimle, Malmø, Sweden
2009 ‘Lessons In The Art Of Falling’, Preus Fotomuseum, Horten, Norway
2009 ‘SIK – spridd isolerad konst’, groupshow, Kalmar Konstmuseum, curated by Martin Schibli, Kalmar, Sweden
2009 “Speculation”, groupshow, Babel Kunstrom, Trondheim, Norway
2008 ’OPTIMISM’, Rakkestad Kunstforening, Rakkestad, Norway
2008 ‘Alone in the Dark’, Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo, Norway
2008 ‘Lights On’, Astrup Fearnley MOMA, Oslo, Norway
2007 ‘The Others’, Galleri Gathe, curated by Tommy Olsson, Bergen, Norway

Curated Projects

2015-2016 ‘Den Røde Armès Tilbaketrekning / The Withdrawal of the Red Army ‘, Northern Norway Art Museum (NNKM), Tromsø, Norway, Barents Spektakel, Pikene på Broen, Kirkenes, Norway, gallery Ч9, Murmansk, Russian Federation, Arkhangelsk exhibition Hall of Artists Union, Arkhangelsk, Russian Federation, Blaker gml.Meieri, Blaker, Norway
2016 ‘Hyperstate‘ by Lars Brekke (NO), Simon Daniel Tegnander Wenzel (NO), together with Glafira Severianova (co-
curator), gallery Ч9, Murmansk, Russian Federation
2016 ‘The other side ‘ solo exhibition by Sergey Chebotar (RU), together with Glafira Severianova (co-curator), gallery Ч9, Murmansk, Russian Federation
2016 ‘Deduction‘ video A K Dolven (NO), Yafei Qi (CH), Sean Snyder (US), Natalia Egorova (RU), Antonio Pauсar (PE/GE) together with Glafira Severianova (co-curator), gallery Ч9, Murmansk, Russian Federation
2015 ‘Induction‘, video Jouko Alapartanen (FI), Andrea Bakketun (NO), Lars Brekke (NO), Ivan Galuzin (NO), Ane Hjort Guttu (NO), Roderick Hietbrink (NO/NL), Kaia Hugin (NO), Vemund Thoe (NO) together with Glafira Severianova (co-curator), Murmansk, Russian Federation (curator/artist)
2010 Founder and manager of Brown, Dude.. Project Loft, Oslo, Norway
2010 ‘Barrabas Revisited’, Rod Bianco, Vestfossen, Norway
2005-2008 Founder and manager of Galuzin Gallery/TAFKAG (The Artspace Formerly Known As Galuzin) w/Kristian Skylstad
2008 ‘The Last Battle’, Galleri F15, Moss, (curator/artist)
2007 ‘All of it is meaningless, and chasing after the wind’, Smia Grafiske Verksted, Kristiansand, (curator w/Kristian Skylstad), Kristiansand, Norway
2007 ‘Against the Modern World’, LNM, Oslo, Norway
2007 ‘Old Bold Neuropa part II’, Area53, Wien, Austria

Bibliography

2012 ‘Referent’, monograph, published by Frenetic Happiness
2009 ‘Kurator?’, essay, Thale Fastvold og Tanja Thorjussen / LOCUS
2009 ‘My Negative Universe’, Spesial Nord, art magazine
2009 ‘PS: PB is DOA or how to confuse good catering with bad curating’, Kunstkritikk.no
2009 Catalogue text for Sigmund Skard, Graduation Show, Stenersen
2008 ‘OPTIMISM’, exhibition catalogue

Public collections and Commissions

2017 Guttorm Guttormsgaard Arkiv, Blaker Gml. Meieri, Blaker, Norway
2017 Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum, Tromsø, Norway
2015 Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway
2013 Norsk Kreditt, Oslo, Norway
2013 Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Vestfossen, Norway
2012 Norges Bank, Oslo, Norway
2010 Aana Prison, Stavanger, Norway
2009 Norwegian Museum of Photography, Horten, Norway
2008 Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Vestfossen, Norway

Grants and Awards

2017 Grant, Vederlagsfondet
2016 – 5 years working grant, Norwegian Arts Grant
2015 Norwegian Culture Council, together with Northern Norway Art Museum
2014 International Support, OCA (Office of Contemporary Art Norway)
2014 Barents Sekretariatet, together with Northern Norway Art Museum
2012 3 years working grant, National Arts Grant
2010 2 years working grant, National Arts Grant
2009 Travel Grant, International Support, OCA (Office of Contemporary Art Norway)
2009 Grant, Bildende Kunstnernes Hjelpefond, 1-year working grant
2008 Grant, Maleren Ambrosius Egedeius og hustrus legat (UKS)
2008 Grant, Chr. Lorch Schive og hustrus legat
2007 Grant, Chr. Lorch Schive og hustrus legat
2007 Grant, Norsk Kulturråd
2006 Grant, Vederlagsfondet
2005 Travel Grant, International Support, OCA (Office of Contemporary Art Norway)
2005 Travel Grant, NIFCA

Presentations and keynotes:

2017 Creative industries of Arctic region: experience and development perspectives, Russian State Arctic University, Murmansk, Russian Federation
2016 Residency Network Hub for Cultural Intermediaries, lecture, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
2016 VII Norwegian-Russian Culture Forum “Cultural landscape: a resource for the preservation of the cultural heritage of the regions and the development of cultural and educational tourism”, Murmansk, Russian Federation
2016 Arctic Art forum, seminaret 20-25 September 2016, Arkhangelsk, Russian Federation
2014 Contemporary Art in the European North, Arkhangelsk, Russian Federation

Occupation:

2014 – present time Project manager, coordinator of Murmansk High North AiR Network: AIR Barents is a three-year program for professional artists, curators, art critic and researchers in the visual arts field in North-Norway and Northwest-Russia
2015 – present time Project manager, coordinator in Murmansk TRANSFER NORTH is a knowledge transfer network forindependent/institutional curators and art critics in the contemporary art field in the European North
2016 – present time Project manager, coordinator in Murmansk Curatorial and critical writing Residencies in the European North (CCW residency programme 2016-2017)
2016 – present time Director and curator in the contemporary art gallery Ч9 (Ch 9), Murmansk, Russian Federation
2013-present time Chairman of Villa Romsli Kunstnersenter, Oslo

Residencies:

2014 Rupert Centre for Art and Education, Vilnius, Lithuania
2011 La Cité internationale des Arts, Paris, France
2009
 Banff International Arts Centre, Banff, Canada

Teaching:

2018 Prosjektskolen, Oslo, Norway
2015 Severomorsk Art School, Russian Federation
2014 HISK, Ghent, Belgium

2014 Oslo Art Academy, Norway

2013 Tromsø Art Academy, Norway
2012 Berlevåg Art School, Norway
2007-2011 Prosjektskolen, Oslo, Norway

Open on: Saturday

Address

Villa Romsli Kunstnersenter

Odvar Solbergs vei 83, 0973 Oslo
Romsås T-bane