Ann Beate Tempelhaug

Born and lives in Norway

Ann Beate Tempelhaug was born in Mosjøen in northern Norway. She graduated from the Bergen School of Art and Crafts, and since the 1980s has pursued a career as an artist recognised both in Norway and abroad. Her work can be found in public collections such as the National Museum in Oslo, KODE Bergen, Kunstsilo Kristiansand and the Nordenfjeldske Art Museum in Trondheim, as well as in private collections (Rothschild, Hermès, etc.) and institutional collections including those of the municipalities of Bergen, Kristiansand, Mosjøen, Stavanger, the royal residency Stiftsgården in Trondheim, and the temporary collection at the Norwegian Prime Ministers’ residence. Recent  exhibitions include the group show with FORMAT gallery, which also showed her work at Collective New York and Collect at the Saatchi Gallery in London, as well as solo exhibitions at the KRAFT gallery in Bergen, Bomuldsfabriken Arendal, Kunstpunkt Lista, T I D Gallery, Mandal, Agder Art Center and the Arteriet gallery in Kristiansand.

She has received numerous public and private commissions from the municipalities of Risør and Vestnes, the universities of Kristiansand and Bergen, and care centres in Nøtterøy, Tangvall and Kristiansand, and has to date benefited from several art grants: National Art Scholarship – The Art and Craft Foundation and Project Funds – Norwegian Fine Art Association.

Spazio Nobile has represented Ann Beate Tempelhaug since 2020 and has exhibited her work in group shows such as The New Age of Humanism (2020), Spazio Nobile At Home (2021-22-23) and numerous international fairs including PAD Paris, PAD London, Art Week Luxembourg and Collectible Brussels. Recent and emblematic works Ultra, Reflection and North will soon be on show at PAD London, Berkeley Square, from 10 to 15 October, and at Salon Art+Design, The Armory Show, New York from 9 to 13 November 2023. This first Solo Show North takes place from 8 September to 19 November 2023, with the kind support of Norwegian Crafts and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Ann Beate Tempelhaug: Scaling Upwards

Ann Beate Tempelhaug: Nord

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