Anne-Karin Furunes

 




From the series Archive # I




From the series Archive # II




From the series Archive # III




From the series Archive # V




Mea Culpa 1
Blue Series




Mea Culpa 2
Blue Series




Mea Culpa 3
Blue Series




Mea Culpa 4
Blue Series




Mea Culpa 5
Blue Series




Mea Culpa 6
Blue Series




Mea Culpa 1



Mea Culpa 2



Mea Culpa 3



Mea Culpa 4



Mea Culpa 5



Mea Culpa 6



Portraits of Pictures #V



Portraits of Pictures #VIII



Darkness Illuminated / still II



Darkness Illuminated / still IV



Portraits of Pictures - Portrait 2



Portraits of Pictures - Portrait 4



Portraits of Pictures - Portrait 5



Picture of a Portrait:
Selik




Pictures of Portraits IX




Pictures of Portraits IV




Pictures of Portraits VII




Installation view




Installation view




Installation view




Installation view


C V




Anne-Karin Furunes is a Norwegian painter known for her works employing perforation technique. Based on photographs, these pieces have a black or white canvas perforated by the artist in imitation of the screen of a photograph. On the one hand, Furunes's works are paintings dwelling in light, while on the other hand they express the authenticity and intensity of early beautiful monochrome photographs.

Anne-Karin Furunes is one of Norway's most highly regarded artists. Her works are in countless public and private collections in both Norway and abroad, and she has also produced a large number significant public works.

Ilona Anhava