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Skinless exposure

Margreth Olin, Katja Høgset, Espen Wallin: self Portrait

anorexia: shameless uses Lene Marie Fossen's own tormented body as a canvas for grief, pain and longing in her series of self-portraits – relevant both in the documentary self Portrait and in the exhibition Gatekeeper.

Back to the people

EXHIBITIONS: William Blake, the visionary poet-painter, seems to be more advanced than ever. In London, a large exhibition of his work opens at Tate Britain on September 11, in Norway his graphic series inspired by Job's book will be shown at Haugar as part of the exhibition «Metafysica».

The explosive power of the snapshot

Maria Pasenau: Whit Kind Regrets

ABOUT THE PHOTO BOOK: An intense and ambiguous conversation in several layers about the photo book, which with its context premise elevates the snapshot.

Happiness is being genderless

DISPLAY: The artist Rona Yefman explores gender freedom in the transformative exhibition The Strongest Girl in the World at the Oslo Art Association.

Camera women in the firing line

PHOTOGRAPHY: A varied selection of talented war photographers is highlighted from oblivion in two new exhibitions at the Preus Museum: Wartime (1935–1950) and Lee Miller.

People without filters

Astrid Johannessen: video Essay

TRAVEL LETTER: Some films have a rare ability to move the viewer in time and space. Visual artist Astrid J. Johannessen's last two video essays have this marvelous power.

Nostalgic outsiders

: Three female documentary photographers – Lisette Model, Diane Arbus and Nan Goldin – exhibit their contemporary photographs of marginalized and completely ordinary human imperfections.

Realists Stanley Kubrick

: He is a filmmaker who has meant a lot to many of us. In a world that is being technically engineered and militarized, Kubrick is still relevant.

The Moon – The New Suburb of Earth

: Future optimism goes hand in hand with a critical look at humanity – at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter.

The knot in the heart

: Photographer Eugene Richards has documented fates in crack environments, in emergency rooms and mental hospitals for over 50 years. What has driven him?

National Library: It's as if the building has been waiting for this

: The National Library recently opened an exhibition on Norwegian sci-fi. "Perhaps more than ever we need a genre that can accommodate philosophical and difficult questions about our lives," writes author Hanne Ramsdal.

Under Brooklyn bridge for #Metoo

: Seven female photographers in a tough macho industry comment on the #Metoo debate by encouraging dialogue.