Paris Internationale 2017
18/10 – 22/10/2017
1857 presents new works by Tora Dalseng and Nancy Lupo at the third edition of Paris Internationale. Find us in booth 6D, on the 6th floor of the converted car park tower in the Haut–Marais at 11, Rue Beranger.
We are happy to show a new work by Nancy Lupo in collaboration with Antenna Space, Shanghai and Kristina Kite, LA. Be sure to catch the full presentation, which continues in booths 5U (Antenna Space) and 5E (Kristina Kite).
About the artists:
Tora Dalseng (b. 1982, Norway) lives and works in Oslo. Recent solo exhibitions include "LUCKY NIGHT" at Noplace, Oslo; "Psycho Analytic" at Oslo Utmark; “X4" at Kunsthall Stavanger; "Snow White" at Podium, Oslo; and “Symmetry" at UKS, Oslo. Group shows include "Uummannarsuaq" at 1857, Oslo; "The 9th Norwegian Sculpture Biennale" at Vigeland-museet, Oslo; "DNB Savings Bank Foundation Artist Grant" at Oslo Kunstforening; "Walk like a giant" at QB Gallery, Oslo; and "Pattern Drill" at Hacienda, Zürich.
Nancy Lupo (b. 1983, US) lives and works in Los Angeles. Recent solo exhibitions include: "All Always Already" at Kristina Kite Gallery in Los Angeles; "Bench 2016" in a white Dodge Caravan, license plate 7KAA008, which was parked near 2130 – 2178 Castillian Drive, Los Angeles; "Parent and Parroting" at Swiss Institute New York (2016); and "The Third Badger" at 1857, Oslo. Current and recent group shows include Sequences 8 festival at Kling & Bang, Reykjavík; "The Forecast" curated by Laura McLean-Ferris at Croy Nielsen, Vienna; and Camille Henrot's Days are Dogs at Palais de Tokyo, Paris.