Fresco for the NYT

Steinar Haga Kristensen s a Norwegian artist who earlier this month, presented a piece at Oslo City Hall.

An unfinished fresco and an opera about its creation. The piece is called: “The Loneliness of the Index Finger (Part II): The Specialization of Sensibility in the Raw Conceptual State into Stabilized Theatrical Sensibility (Consensus Image),”

Read the story in  The New York Times here.

OSLO, NORWAY - SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 The Norwegian artist Steinar Haga Kristensen is currently doing a two-year residence in in the City Hall in Oslo. His project is to paint an enormous fresco. CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times

OSLO, NORWAY - SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 The Norwegian artist Steinar Haga Kristensen is currently doing a two-year residence in in the City Hall in Oslo. His project is to paint an enormous fresco. CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times OSLO, NORWAY - SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 The Norwegian artist Steinar Haga Kristensen is currently doing a two-year residence in in the City Hall in Oslo. His project is to paint an enormous fresco. CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times OSLO, NORWAY - SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 The Norwegian artist Steinar Haga Kristensen is currently doing a two-year residence in in the City Hall in Oslo. His project is to paint an enormous fresco. CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times OSLO, NORWAY - SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 The Norwegian artist Steinar Haga Kristensen is currently doing a two-year residence in in the City Hall in Oslo. Dress rehearsal before the opening.  CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times OSLO, NORWAY - SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 The Norwegian artist Steinar Haga Kristensen is currently doing a two-year residence in in the City Hall in Oslo. Dress rehearsal before the opening. Smoke break.  CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times OSLO, NORWAY - SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 The Norwegian artist Steinar Haga Kristensen is currently doing a two-year residence in in the City Hall in Oslo. Dress rehearsal before the opening.  CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times

 


After the July 22 attack

Three years have gone after the terror attack in Oslo and Utøya, where 77 people where killed.
We met up with the lawyers in the historical trial that got Anders Behring Breivik convicted. Portraits for VG.
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