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May 5th- 8th, 2016

Linn Pedersen

Bjørn Mortensen

terence koh

NADA New York
Booth 3.12

May 5–8, 2016

Bjørn Mortensen
46 cm x 25 cm
glazed stoneware

Linn Pedersen
from Sedimentality
Artists' Book

terence koh
fear nothing but fear
30 x 25 cm
beeswax, tumeric, glass, oak frame

Thursday, 12–4pm

Opening hours
Thursday, 4–8pm
Friday, 11–7pm
Saturday, 11–7pm
Sunday, 11–5pm

Pier 36 | Basketball City
299 South Street
New York, NY 10002

Linn Pedersen (b.1982 in Sortland, Norway) lives and works in Kristiansand, Norway. She received her Master degree from Central Saint Martins College of Fine Arts in London (2009), and Bergen Academy of Art and Design (2006). Previous solo exhibitions include Plain Air at Entrée, Bergen; Frokost i det grønne at Kristiansand Kunsthall; Sedimentality at MELK, Oslo; Floor Arrangements at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin; Echo Chamber at Volt, Bergen (with Jan Freuchen), and The Trouble with Matter at MELK, Oslo. In 2011 Pedersen curated the Biennial, Lofoten International Art Festival (LIAF), together with Thora Dolven Balke.

Bjørn Mortensen (b.1977 in Bergen, Norway) lives and works in Bergen. His work has been exhibited most recently at Format, Oslo; Entrée, Bergen; Norwegian Sculpture Biennial; Global Committee, New York; Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo; New York Art Book Fair; Tag Team, Bergen and Passatge, Barcelona. He received his Master degree from Bergen Academy of Art and Design (2011) and Central St. Martins in London (2008). He runs the project Tollbodallmenningen 39, where he infrequently shows other artists work from his studio in a residential building in the city center of Bergen. Together with artist Mathijs van Geest he also runs the small publishing house, Apis Press.

terence koh is a New York-based artist with a diverse practice, spanning from large room installations and transgressive performances to tiny drawings and subtle poetry. His work seems to reveal a sort of restless searching or a sense of yearning for something indefinable, often expressed through juxtaposing religious, cultural and historical symbols in a poetic – and sometimes absurd – visual universe. Previous solo exhibitions include the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York, US), Kunsthalle Zürich (Switzerland), Schirn Kunsthalle (Frankfurt, Germany) and the Vienna Secession (Austria).

Entrée Booth 3.12 at NADA New York 2016. Photos by Paula Abreu Pita.