As part of Fotografiets Dag / Photography Day 2021, Eyes as Big as Plates is invited to give an artist talk at Preus Museum in Horten in Norway. We look forward to sharing field notes, process images and snippets from the upcoming book, along with our favourite tips on how to best approach strangers, where to go (and where not to go) hunting for beach cabbage, and how to shoot with medium format cameras in all weather conditions. … Artist talk tomorrow at Fotografiets Dag / Photography Day 2021
Hope you all have been enjoying sweet summer days and maybe even holidaying a little bit? We would like to give you an update on the progress of Eyes as Big as Plates 2, thanks to everyone who have pre-bought a copy and are now patiently waiting! … Book update
We are proud to share the news that the most comprehensive Eyes as Big as Plates exhibition to date will be presented at the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow as part of the 12th International Photography Biennale!
Artist talk May 25th at 8pm Norwegian time/ 7pm GMT/ 2pm EST. Live stream invite to come!
The first ever Eyes as Big as Plates portrait was created in May 2011 together with Halvar on the southwest coast of Norway. Ten years and over a hundred portraits later, Galleri Dropsfabrikken in Trondheim is proud to present brand new works alongside Halvar in an exhibition celebrating the first decade of the project!
The Dedee Shattuck Gallery is pleased to reopen with their 2021 inaugural exhibit Eyes as Big as Plates: A Second Look at the Work of Riitta Ikonen & Karoline Hjorth. Visitors to the gallery will recognize these photographs from their 2019 group show, Should We Go Outside? A Nordic Quartet. There will be no formal opening reception for this exhibition, but you are welcome to visit the gallery from tomorrow, 1st of May until 30th of May. Opening hours are Wednesday-Saturday from 10 am – 5 pm and Sundays from 12-5 pm. Welcome!
Eyes as Big as Plates’ very own Karin, one of the five works that was recently acquired into the permanent collection of Preus Museum in Horten, Norway, is gearing up for Sunday’s opening of the museum’s new exhibition titled TIME, PLACE, ROOM.
Who would have thought that our humble meeting on the doorstep of a small wooden house in a park in Norway ten years ago would lead us around the world on a decade-long adventure, giving us over a hundred unforgettable meetings with incredible humans and landscapes? This pinnacle requires several post-covid-style cheers! But as we are all getting impatient, let’s kickstart the festivities pre-covid-style already next month in the name of a solo show at Galleri Dropsfabrikken in Trondheim, Norway opening May 8th! … 10-year anniversary exhibition coming up in May!
The Norwegian Photography Museum Preus has acquired five Eyes as Big as Plates photographs to their collection! … Joining the Norwegian Museum of Photography’s collection!