Previous exhibitions (selection)
2022 – 2022
Beyond Beauty Buer Gallery Oslo
Buer Gallery presented the solo exhibition Beyond Beauty by Ingeborg Stana. The exhibition was on view through November 2022.
2021 – 2021
Telemark Kunstsenter presented the group exhibition FOREST. The exhibition is a collaboration between NK Sør-Norge and Telemark Kunstsenter, Spriten Kunsthall and the art festival Greenlightdistrict. During the festival, the exhibition wias presented at both Spriten Kunsthall and Telemark Kunstsenter.
2020 – 2020
Grimstad Kunstforening presented new works of Ingeborg Stana in her solo exhibition. The exhibition was on view from 19th. September until 11th. October 2020.
2019 – 2019
The exhibition and booklaunch of Ingeborg Stana, Landscape, Painting (Uten tittel, 2019) were presented at Gallery Fineart in collaboration with the Agency Uten Tittel.
The book Ingeborg Stana Landscape, Painting is by far the most comprehensive presentation of Ingeborg Stana's artwork. The 240 pages book includes Norwegian and English essays by the art historian Jørgen Bakke, the authors Erlend Loe, John Erik Riley, Nikolaj Frobenius and philosopher Espen Hammer and gives various introductions to the understanding of her work. The design is by Halvor Bodin and it's published by Marcus Bøhn, Uten Tittel.
2018 – 2018
Gallery Fineart Oslo
Gallery Fineart presented the group exhibition and the book launch Kunstnerliv, with 19 Norwegian contemporary artists, text by Anne Marit Muri and photo by Bjørn Wad. The nineteen artists who are represented in the book are Sverre Bjertnes, Håkon Bleken, Kenneth Blom, Frank Brunner, Lars Elling, Jan Groth, Liv Heier, Håvard Homstvedt, Svein Johansen, Anki King, Ida Lorentzen, Thorvald Lund -Hansen, Hilde Mæhlum, Martine Poppe, Vebjørn Sand, Tore Bjørn Skjølsvik, Ingeborg Stana, Marie Storaas and Elisabeth Werp. The opening speech was held by the arthistorian Gunnar Danbolt. For more information please have a look at the website http://www.kunstnerliv.no
2018 – 2018
The Østfold Museum
The Østfold Museum presented new works of Ingeborg Stana in her solo exhibition Landscape. The exhibition was on view from 23th. June until 2th. August 2018.
2017 – 2017
THE 10TH KOCHI INTERNATIONAL TRIENNIAL EXHIBITION OF PRINTS
The Kochi Triennial Exhibition of Prints was first organized with the purpose to contribute to the evolution of woodblock art and returning to one of the origins of the fine arts in order to rethink what they really mean in the modern world, where they are becoming increasingly diverse. Since the exhibition is hosted in Kochi, a world-class producer of Japanese traditional paper, artwork submissions are limited to those that use paper as the primary material. Every three years, the Exhibition unfolds new worlds of woodblock art with its warmth and richness of expression. Accepting high-quality submissions from artists around the world, the Triennial Exhibition of Prints has gained renown as an international exhibition. Ingeborg Stana exhibited his graphic works from 2015-2017 and won one of the significant prices for her lithography The Arctic. For more information please have a look at http://kamihaku.com/triennial-en
Gallery Fineart Oslo
Gallery Fineart in Oslo presented new works of Ingeborg Stana in her solo exhibition Landscape Changed. The exhibition was on view from 22th. Aprile until May 3th. 2016. Fore more information please have a look the openingspeech Landscape Changed by the norwegian writer Erland Loe and the interview The point of meaninglessness by Linn Carin Dirdal. Here you can have a look at the video from the opening https://vimeo.com/163917058
SGC International 2015 Knoxville, Tennessee
The exhibition Scandinavian Spheres present works by 15 selected members of the Association of Norwegian Printmakers. It is organized and curated by printmaker Martin Due with assistance from the Norwegian Printmakers gallery. The exhibition reflects some of contemporary Scandinavian printmaking in various media, as well as some expressions stretching into new forms of multiplied art communication. Though a wide diversity of expression the works are all selected in relation to the SGC International 2015 theme Sphere and our own ‘arctic’ inner or outer point of view.
International Video Festival VIDEOMEDEJA in Serbia is an annual non-profit event since 1996. The festival focuses on art projects that combine images and sound, advanced communication, objects, in a symbiotic or avant-garde style; of videos, documentaries and short films, digital animation, media installations, interventions in the exhibition area, interactive and robotic objects, url projects, open source applications, live audiovisual performances, electronic music, advanced technologies in artistic practice.
Ingeborg Stana´s solo exhibition The Arctic consisted of paintings, prints and the short film Ny-Ålesund. The motifs are inspired by several trips to Svalbard. For more informations please have a look here.
Pune Short film festival
HAUGESUND BILLEDGALLERI (MUSEUM OF FINE ART) AND HAUGESUND KUNSTFORENING
Håkon Bleken, Kjell Nupen and Ørnulf Opdahl invites 3 younger artists Sverre Koren Bjertnes, Ingeborg Stana and Tiina Kivinen.
Artevideo on the road
White Box Museum of Art Beijing
White Box Museum of Art presented InsideOut Step2 – Latest trends in Western Videoart, an international selection from the editions of Arte Video Roma Festival proposed by C.A.R.M.A. - Applied Multimedia Art and Research Center (Rome, Italy). The selection included works collected by the curatorial board Le Momo Electronique during its several years monitoring work on Italian and foreign productions, with a special attention to works from artists under 40. Although quite young, many of the artists have already won important awards in Italy and in other countries, and several are widely known into international circuits.
Nine Artists from America, North Europe and Italy were screened in the prestigious Media Center of White Box Museum of Art. As the curators explain, "Even if each artist has his own particular characteristics, specific methods of work and personal research directions, they have in common some precise elements, some specific trends, a certain approach to technologies and some theoretical understandings. In all cases, these works show a "narrative" level that is clearly and radically experimental, not just from the technological point of view (even if they often use the most advanced devices and methods of production), but especially with regard to construction of metaphors: no dialogue, no story, no drama... These artists, by using the language of "pure audiovision", are trying to bring to reality possibilities of meaning forbidden to forms of expression that are centered on the word... It is never a surrogate of reality but an original phenomenon, readable in its natural evolution of the form... Exactly by reading the directions of these mutations, conceived and practiced as writing, symbolic but yet mobile, we can often find their main access points to its sense”.
For more information please have a look at http://www.798whitebox.com/EnExh_Details.aspx?id=109
GAD, Gallery Alexandra Dyvi Oslo
Ingeborg Stana´s solo exhibition "Lost in the Woods" consisted of paintings and the short film Lost in the woods. Fore more information please have a look at the review of Harald Flor, Dagbladet and the review of Lars Elton, VG.
Norwegian Short Film Festival in Grimstad Norway “Ny-Ålesund”
GAD Gallery Alexandra Dyvi Oslo Norway “Going nowhere”
Ingeborg Stana´s solo exhibition Going Nowhere consisted of paintings and the short film Getaway.