We welcome you to the opening this Friday November 15th at 8pm for a new exhibition entitled Lost Allusions with new works by André Tehrani. This is the middle part of his trilogy of solo exhibitions which follows the recent first presentation at NoPlace (Oslo) and is concluded with a final exhibition Tegnerforbundet next year. They are all linked together by the accompanying catalogue, Popular Disorder, where you’ll find essays from Anthea Buys and Natasha Marie Llorens.
André Tehrani (b. 1980 in Tønsberg) currently lives in Brussels, Belgium where he is artist-in-residence at WIELS Contemporary Art Centre. Recent exhibitions include Game of Life, Kristiansand Kunsthall, Kristiansand, Norway, 2012; The Limits of Language Means the Limits of My World, Platform Stockholm, Sweden, 2013; This House, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France, 2013, MONIKA STRICKER, CAB Art Centre, Brussels, Belgium, 2013; Idiot Cards For a Bygone Revolt, NoPlace, Oslo, 2013 and Sound Versus System, Kunsthall Oslo, Oslo, Norway 2013.
Interview with André Tehrani by Kunstforum (18.11.13)
//Q&A with André Tehrani//
Detailed list of works in Lost Allusions
//All works Lost Allusions//
Online version of exhibition catalogue
Mémoires (failed remake), 2013
BUILT BY AN IDIOT FULL OF SOUND AND FURY SIGNIFYING NOTHING, 2013
Alternate Routes, 2013
Alternate Routes, 2013 (detail)
A Radically Condensed Timeline of French History from March 22nd to May 13th, 1968. (2013)
Sent, Filed, Aborted, 2013 (detail)
Storyboard (Hurlements en faveur de Sade), Behind: The Letter V in Various Media 1963-1998. (2013)
Late November night view in Nøstegaten 42, Bergen City
Exhibition catalogue with essays by Natasha Marie Llorens and Anthea Buys. Online version of exhibition catalogue //Popular Disorder//