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Galleri Brandstrup

The gallery boasts a rich representation of Nordic masters and influential figures within Nordic contemporary art, and collaborates with some of today's most groundbreaking and globally recognized artists.
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Tjuvholmen allé 5

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Tue - Thursday
Fri - Saturday

Bringing contemporary art to public and private spaces.

Experience today's most groundbreaking and internationally recognized artists.
In 2000, Gallery Brandstrup was established by Kim Brandstrup and Marit Gillespie at the historic location of Madserud Gård in Oslo. In March 2010, the gallery became the first of many to move to the emerging gallery district, Tjuvholmen.

The gallery is committed to promoting artists based on their unique conceptual and visual expressions, which is reflected in their regular exhibitions. Thanks to close and strong ties to Scandinavian museums and foundations, many significant exhibitions can be experienced in their gallery space. For example, Brandstrup organized the exhibition "Mark Quinn" in collaboration with the White Cube Gallery in London and the Kistefos Museum in Norway in 2011.

In addition to their exciting gallery exhibitions, Brandstrup specializes in bringing contemporary art to both public and private spaces. The focus is on site-specific and thematically driven installations, often realized in collaboration with internal or external artists.

Among our memorable site-specific projects is Joseph Kosuth's "A Monument of Time" at the Krona Cultural and Knowledge Center in Kongsberg, Norway. It stands as the largest commissioned contemporary art project in Norway, with 136 neon elements integrated into the walls as a tribute to the city's history.

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