Blank Space is opening its newest show, Compositions, featuring photographic works from Norwegian and international artists.
Artists live a different life, full of different rules, constraints, and abilities. They see things differently – simple actions that others would gloss over become experiments in observation. Colors are more vibrant, diagonals point to interesting intersections, and lone discarded objects suddenly become relevant when viewed by an artist.
In this show, the fundamental differences between artists and non-artists will be visually shown: The way they perceive life as if consistently through a lens. Photographers from Norway and around the world have been selected to submit photos that bring this awareness to realization so that others can understand the beauty, if not curse, of being an artist for a day.
Artists highlighted in this show include both domestic Norwegian and international artists, such as Andreas Helland, Jose del Castillo, Lauren Cassidy, Cristian Quezada, and Kevin Blagrave.