Astrid Sleire, Yellow and Blue Construction, ceramic clay, 2019.
Photo: Inger Marie Grini
RAM at CHART Design fair in Copenhagen
Den Frie, Copenhagen 30 August – 1 September.
RAM will participate in CHART Design in Copenhagen, with a selection of artists and designers that are representative of our cross-disciplinary ethos. Welcome to our stand at Den Frie Center of Contemporary Art, on Oslo Plads 1.
Per Christian Brown (NO/DE)
Brown (b. 1976) is a photographer and filmmaker based in Berlin. In his work he explores existential and philosophical themes in a highly aestheticized visual language. Brown is represented in a vast number of private and public art collections, including the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, Northern Norway Art Museum, Tromsø, Rogaland art museum, Stavanger, and Statoil Collection.
Astrid Sleire (NO)
Sleire (b. 1961) teaches in the Ceramic Department of Bergen Art Academy, and is represented in many public art collections across Norway, including the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, KODE art museum, Bergen, and Sørlandets kunstmuseum, Kristiansand.
Marthe Elise Stramrud (NO)
Stramrud (b. 1984) graduated in 2018 from the Oslo Art Academy, and has already gained much attention for her playful and colourful ceramics, inspired by everyday life and rooted in the modernist avant-garde. Stramrud participated in CHART Design in 2018 with RAM and is currently being shown in our gallery space in Oslo together with late modernist painter Eva Bull Holte (1922-1993).
Kiyoshi Yamamoto (NO/BR)
Yamamoto (b. 1982) studied fashion design at London College of Fashion and fine art at Bergen Art Academy. He works in a wide range of media, such as graphics, performance and installation, while always remaining true to his foundation as textile designer. Yamamoto has garnered a lot of attention in recent years and is represented in the collection of KODE art museum, Bergen, Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum, Trondheim, and University of Bergen.
CHART is the leading event for contemporary art and design in the Nordic region. Building on Copenhagen’s strongholds of art, design and architecture, CHART explores the cross-fields between contemporary artistic practices. Presenting an art and a design fair, a number of curated exhibitions and a vast public programme of talks, film screenings, concerts and performances, CHART offers a single entry point to the Nordic art and design scene.
Located in the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts at Charlottenborg, and Den Frie Centre for Contemporary Art, CHART is committed to exploring new frontiers in art and design, and celebrating artistic practices as an important reservoir for rethinking society and connecting individuals.
RAM´s participation is supported by