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Ida Lorentzen. Photo: Agnete BrunBorn in New York City Dec. 11, 1951. Lives and works on Nesøya, near Oslo.
Known for her paintings of interiors, light and space.

EDUCATION
Boston University College of Fine Arts, Boston 1970-74
Statens Kunstakademi, Oslo 1974-79.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017    Galleri Haaken, Oslo
2015    ART+HOUSE, Nesøya
2014    Chess Olympiad, Tromsø Kunstforening: Chess Performance
2012    Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Indiana
2012    Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, Florida
2011    The Norwegian International Film Festival, Haugesund
2009    Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseum
2008    Baroniet Rosendal, Rosendal
2008    Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum, Tromsø
2006    Konsthallen Millesgården, Lidingö, Stockholm
2006    Galleri Bouhlou, Bergen
2005    Rogaland Kunstmuseum, Stavanger. Hamlet’s Kronborg
2005    Blaafarveverket: Ida Lorentzen og Vilhelm Hammershøi
2004    Asker Kunstforening, Asker
2002    Ida Lorentzen Museum, Blaafarveværket
2001    Nyfossum, Blaafarveværket, Modum
2001   Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Høvikodden
1989    Babcock Galleries, New York
1998    Bomuldsfabrikken, Arendal
1998    Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo
1995    Babcock Galleries, New York
1995    Nordic Heritage Museum, Seattle
1995    Babcock Galleries, New York
1994    Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo
1991    Galleri Andersson Sandstrøm, Umeå
1990    Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo
1987    Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York
1987    Galleri Wang, Oslo
1984    Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York
1984    Galerie Wentzel, Köln
1984    Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo
1982    Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York
1980    Galleri Haaken, Oslo

COLLECTIONS – SELECTED LIST
Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, Arkansas
Asker kommune, Asker
Astrup Fearnley Museum, Oslo
Chase Manhattan Bank, New York
Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Indiana
Chemical Bank, New York
Det Kongelige Slott, Oslo
Det Norske Teateret, Oslo
Gjensidige Forsikring, Oslo
Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseum
Haugesund Billedgalleri, Haugesund
H.M.Queen Sonja Art Collection, Oslo
Luther College, Iowa
Nasjonalmuseet for kunst, arkitektur og design, Oslo
National Academy of The Arts, Oslo
Nationaltheatret, Oslo
Norges Bank, Oslo
Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum, Tromsø
Norrköping kommune, Norrköping
Norsk Kulturråd, Oslo; Nyfossum – Ida Lorentzen Museum, Modum
Oslo kommunes kunstsamlinger
Palmer Museum, Penn State University, Pennsylvania
Rikshospitalet, Oslo
Rita Rich Collection, New York
Royal Norwegian Consulate General , New York
Statoil ASA, Stavanger
Storebrand, Oslo
University of Agder, Kristiansand
University of Tromsø, Tromsø

RESEARCH PAPERS – SELECTED LIST
Ida Lorentzen, Fra det ytre til det indre rom, written by Marina Gerner-Mathisen, spring 1999, Master Dissertation, University of Oslo
Ida Lorentzen, En reise gjennom tid og rom, written by Elen Lauvhjell, autumn 2004, Master Dissertation, University of Bergen
Flertydige rom. Møter med tre malerier av Ida Lorentzen, written by Stine Lundblad, spring 2008, Master Dissertation, University of Tromsø

BOOKS AND CATALOGUES – SELECTED LIST
Ida Lorentzen: The Story of Seven Paintings, written by Donald Kuspit, artist statement included, Gyldendal Norsk Forlag A/S 1995
Ida Lorentzen: Views of a Room, written by Gaven Janties and Selene Wendt, interview with the artist included, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter 2001
Ida Lorentzen: Huset – Rommene – Fortellingen, written by Gunnar Danbolt, artist statement included, Blaafarveværket 2002
Ida Lorentzen: Hamlet’s Kronborg, written by Ellen Sæthre, artist statement included, Rogaland Kunstmuseum 2005
Ida Lorentzen and Vilhelm Hammershoi, written by Bente Scevenius, artist statement included, Blaafarveværket 2005
Ida Lorentzen: White Light, introduction by Isabella Nilsson, Konsthallen Milesgården 2006
Ida Lorentzen: A Room of Her Own, written by Knut Ljøgodt, Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum 2008
Ida Lorentzen: Hidden Secrets, written by Tone Lyngstad Nyaas, artist statement included, Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseums 2009

AWARDS AND PRICES – SELECTED LIST
2008   Asker Kulturpris for 30 years of cultural service
1995    American Academy Purchase Prize for “Awake or Asleep We See Forwards or Back” from the series The Story of Seven Paintings
1991    Purchase Prize for “The Ceromony of Consecration” of H.M.King Harald and H.M.Queen Sonja
1977    Edvard Munch Legat for young emerging Norwegian artist