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Artist talk w/Maria Pasenau & Andrea Kroksnes Thursday 10.1 2019 5 pm

PINK CUBE and Tenthaus Oslo invite you to the artist talk with PINK CUBE-artist Maria Pasenau in conversation with Andrea Kroksnes, curator at The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design. The conversation will be held in Norwegian.

MARIA PASENAU was born and raised in Mjøndalen, Norway. She graduated from the Norwegian School of Photography in 2015, and has since exhibited her work in national and international galleries and institutions. Pasenau has participated in the group exhibition "Faithless Pictures" at The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, as well as "Early Works" at New Gallery, Paris and Gallery Thaddaeus Ropac´s online exhibition platform. She has previously been in-house photographer for the renowned youth culture magazine RECENS PAPER and is now Photo Editor at Natt & Dag Magazine. "Whit Kind Regrets Pasenau" - her photographic monography - was published in 2018. Pasenau lives and works in Oslo and takes part in the exhibition "Battle #22: Maisie Cousins (UK) vs. Maria Pasenau (NO)" presented by PINK CUBE at Tenthaus until 13 January 2019.

ANDREA KROKSNES is a German-Norwegian Senior Curator at The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo, as well as an art historian and art critic. She studied Cultural Studies in Lüneburg and did her PhD in Art History and Criticism at The State University of New York in Stony Brook. Kroksnes has curated monographic solo exhibitions with artists such as Thomas Ruff (2002 with Kunsthalle Baden Baden), Paul McCarthy (2003 with Yilmaz Dziewior, Kunstverein in Hamburg), Nick Relph/Oliver Payne (2003-2004 with Hans Ulrich Obrist, Musée d´Art Moderne de La Ville de Paris), Remy Zaugg (2004), Louise Lawler (2005), Kirstine Roepstorff (2010 with Kunstmuseum Basel), Ida Ekblad (2013 with Kunstmuseum Luzern and De Vleeshal, Middelburg) in addition to thematic group exhibitions like "Faithless Pictures" (2018) with works by more than 30 artists, reflecting on the fate of the image in artistic practice since the 1980s.