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Oslo [GALLERY]

From architecture to fashion and art – the Nordics have always had the guts to experiment, enthrall and even scandalise. So when Norwegian artists Steffen Håndlykken (below right, pictured on left) and Stian Eide Kluge (pictured right) decided to transform a former lumberyard in Grønland, downtown Oslo, into a gallery space, the capital’s art society applauded the idea and awaited the results. 1857 opened its doors in May 2010 with Like Eskimo Space displaying works by Falke Pisano, Haegue Yang and Timothy Furey…

Monocle 24

×The Sessions at Midori House

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