Dr. Mary Jo Thorsheim of Norway Art in Minneapolis offers her insights on Bergen paintings from five different neighborhoods there.
Bergen-based artist Marianne Skjelbred takes the readers of The Norwegian American on a pictorial journey of her hometown.
Longtime contributor Marit Fosse is not only a writer covering the UN in Geneva, but in this interview, she reveals her artistic self.
New studies show that moisture, not light, is the primary cause for deterioration in Edvard Munch’s renowned painting, “The Scream.”
Inspired by her travels and time living in Norway, Seattleite Beth Kollé finally realized her dream of living in her own Sveitserhus.
Mary Jo Thorsheim of Norway Art discusses painter Isak Ræfsnes and how his youth as a fisher boy in Western Norway informed his work.
New York City’s annual Design Pavilion, held virtually in 2020, included a three-part panel, “Norway Design,” with top Norwegian designers.
The Kistefos Museum has pushed the envelope of form and function in its new structure, “The Twist,” by the Danish firm Bjarke Ingels Group.
CEO of the National Nordic Museum Eric Nelson, named Swedish American of the Year in 2018, has worked hard to bring Nordic culture to America.
Snøhetta is known for its striking new buildings, but they also reimagine existing ones, like the AT&T building at 550 Madison Ave.