Bjarne Melgaard

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Gallery of Bjarne Melgaard
3 Pictures et 1 vidéo

Gallery of Bjarne Melgaard

3 Pictures et 1 vidéo

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As Bjarne Melgaard puts it, “I’d rather tell a good storythan a boringly truthful one.” Defying established narrative norms, his overlapping scenes, ideas and digressions confront us with reality in all its chaotic splendour. Driven by the purest creative impulse, Melgaard plunges the viewer into a surfeit of words and ideas, drawings and sculptures, paintings and installations. For the Biennale, Melgaard is “writing”a novel which is also an installation, or vice versa. Like a tide that cannot be pushed back, his narrative invades the space to the point of becoming, in all the violence of its beauty, a total environment.

With the support of the Office for Contemporary Art Norway and the Royal Embassy of Norway.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


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As Bjarne Melgaard puts it, “I’d rather tell a good storythan a boringly truthful one.” Defying established narrative norms, his overlapping scenes, ideas and digressions confront us with reality in all its chaotic splendour. Driven by the purest creative impulse, Melgaard plunges the viewer into a surfeit of words and ideas, drawings and sculptures, paintings and installations. For the Biennale, Melgaard is “writing”a novel which is also an installation, or vice versa. Like a tide that cannot be pushed back, his narrative invades the space to the point of becoming, in all the violence of its beauty, a total environment.

With the support of the Office for Contemporary Art Norway and the Royal Embassy of Norway.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller
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As Bjarne Melgaard puts it, “I’d rather tell a good storythan a boringly truthful one.” Defying established narrative norms, his overlapping scenes, ideas and digressions confront us with reality in all its chaotic splendour. Driven by the purest creative impulse, Melgaard plunges the viewer into a surfeit of words and ideas, drawings and sculptures, paintings and installations. For the Biennale, Melgaard is “writing”a novel which is also an installation, or vice versa. Like a tide that cannot be pushed back, his narrative invades the space to the point of becoming, in all the violence of its beauty, a total environment.

With the support of the Office for Contemporary Art Norway and the Royal Embassy of Norway.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller
Untitled 2012

As Bjarne Melgaard puts it, “I’d rather tell a good storythan a boringly truthful one.” Defying established narrative norms, his overlapping scenes, ideas and digressions confront us with reality in all its chaotic splendour. Driven by the purest creative impulse, Melgaard plunges the viewer into a surfeit of words and ideas, drawings and sculptures, paintings and installations. For the Biennale, Melgaard is “writing”a novel which is also an installation, or vice versa. Like a tide that cannot be pushed back, his narrative invades the space to the point of becoming, in all the violence of its beauty, a total environment.

With the support of the Office for Contemporary Art Norway and the Royal Embassy of Norway.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller