Entrée Invitation
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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. 


Entrée is currently also at Performa 13 Biennial (New York) with following projects

Nov 1- 24  
Flagg New York City
With artists Jørund Aase Falkenberg, Azar Alsharif, Rosa Barba, Javier Barrios, Are Blytt, Marco Bruzzone, Danilo Correale, Espen Dietrichson, Leander Djønne & Lars Korff Lofthus, Ida Ekblad, Sammy Engramer, Serina Erfjord, Juan Pedro Fabra Guemberena, Kjersti Foyn, Ulrika Gomm, Steinar Haga Kristensen, Jeannine Han & Dan Riley, Tamara Henderson, Lisa Him-Jensen, David Horvitz, Marianne Hurum, Toril Johannessen, Annette Kierulf & Caroline Kierulf, Ingeborg Kvame, Erik Larsson, Else Leirvik, Malin Lennström-Örtwall, Gabriel Lester, Lewis & Taggart, Klara Sofie Ludvigsen, Anna Lundh, Cato Løland, Cameron MacLeod,  Sanya Kantarovsky & Liz Magic Laser, Jumana Manna, Dillan Marsh, Kyle Morland, Santiago Mostyn, Randi NygÃ¥rd, Raqs Media Collective, Borghild Rudjord Unneland, Athi-Patra Ruga, Arne Rygg, Andrea Spreafico, André Tehrani, Sandra Vaka Olsen, Mathijs van Geest, Kjersti Vetterstad, Lina Viste Grønli, Christian von Borries, Bedwyr Williams, Magnhild Øen Nordahl and Stian Ã…dlandsvik.

Nov 22 & 23 
Pedro Gómez-Egaña

A Performa 13 Project. Object to be Destroyed is a performative response to research of Man Ray’s iconic piece of the same name, and Gómez-Egaña's extensive work on cultural notions of motion and temporality. By putting an eye on the pendulum of a metronome, Man Ray associates measured time with the gaze and the violence of emotions. Gómez-Egaña’s new piece builds upon these sensations by devising an experience where the audience witnesses the construction and dissolution of a fragile image. However, the structural integrity of this image dissolves from the object-based installation piece into the conditions devised for its viewing.