The Art of Every Day

Anette Krogstad make plates that look like paintings. Moa Håkansson crafts every day objects for the gallery. This year they both take part in the Norwegian design exhibition in Milan.

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When two become one

What happens when a woodcutter and a ceramist fall in love? Quite a lot, it turns out.

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Of Gods and Monsters

Yesterday I saw Robert Wilsons production of Edda in Oslo. I wish I could see it again today.

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Five New York favourites

A good bed, great coffee and stars on stage. Among other tings.

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A joyful, modern Mozart

Everything comes together perfectly in Jonas Corell Petersen’s production of Così fan tutte at the Norwegian Opera.

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The music of falling leaves

Agnes Obel makes the most beautiful songs for dark autumn nights.

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State and sound

Norwegian choreographer Ingri Fiksdal looks at dance rituals through time, with spectacular costumes by Danish designer Henrik Vibskov.

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Art and fashion come together in Oslo

The art and fashion festival Uncontaminated is held for the second time in Oslo this week, with guests coming from all over the world.

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An artist who cares

The most impressive aspect of Lotte Konow Lunds exhibition at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter is her social engagement.

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Who is there for you when everything falls apart?

Arne Lygre’s new play asks that very question.

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