21 & 22 April 2018

Oslo Opens Reference group
Astrup Fearnley Museum for Moderne Art
Atelier Nord
Billedkunstnerne i Oslo og Akershus (BOA)
Forbundet Frie Fotografer (FFF)
Fotogalleriet
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)


Partners
Norwegian Crafts
Atelier
B-Open
OCA
Plot
Subjekt


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

Eid, Martine

Painting

Martine Eid is interested in visual factors that determine whether we find someone attractive. She wants to increase awareness of how these factors largely are a construct of our contemporary. The work is usually described as brutal but delicate and are meant to explore what portrayals are deemed worthy of an audience.

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Martine Eid, untitled, charcoal, 30x30cm, 2017
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Martine Eid, untitled, oil painting, 120x120cm, 2017
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Martine Eid, untitled, charcoal, 20x20cm, 2016
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Martine Eid, untitled, pencil on paper, 40x30cm, 2016

CV

Education:
2009-2012 BA Hon. Fine Arts, Painting, ved University of the Arts, London.

Recent publications:
2017 Martine Eid og det maskuline andre, Magasinet Kunst.

Selected shows and exhibitions:
2017 Open Studio, i eget atelier, Oslo.
2016 Parc Peinture, Parc George Braque, Paris
2012 Painting Summer Show, Camberwell College of Arts, London.
2011 Peek Show, The Biscuit Factory, London.

Open on: Sunday

Address

Torggata 11, 0181 Oslo
Oslo S, Kirkeristen, Stortorvet

www.martineeid.no

Event

Pop culture has pulled a Pavlovs Dogs on us creating the idea that womens social value rests heavily on how sexually appealing she is. What in turn defines this is so constructed and categorised that it is absurd.

I am interested in the ‘momentary ugliness’ that is rarely captured, what we never see portrayed or glorified in the same way an over-posed bum would be.

https://www.akerbrygge.no/hva-skjer/avkledd/

The exhibition is open starting 14.04.2018 ending 24.04.2018
Tuesday – Friday 11.00-17.00
Saturday 11.00-16.00
Sunday 11.00-15.00

You will find the exhibition on the third floor of St√łperigata 3, 0250 Oslo