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[VIDEO] Sverre Bjertnes at White Columns, New York by Vernissage TV

White Columns in New York just opened the first solo exhibition in the United States by the New York-based Norwegian artist Sverre Bjertnes. The show is titled If you really loved me you would be able to admit that you’re ashamed of me, and has been developed by Sverre Bjertnes in collaboration with the artist Bjarne Melgaard. The exhibition presents new paintings and works on paper by Bjertnes, as well as earlier works. Furthermore, the show includes collaborative works made with both Melgaard and the artist’s mother Randi Koren Bjertnes, as well as a group of painted furniture works by the maverick furniture dealer and artist Robert Loughlin (1949-2011.)

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Sverre Bjertnes, March 10, 2013 – April 20, 2013
White Columns, 320 W. 13th St., New York, NY 10014
by Vernissage TV

(Featured Image: Sverre Bjertnes, Installation view; Courtesy of the artist & White Columns)

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  1. [VIDEO] Sverre Bjertnes at @WhiteColumns, New York by @vernissagetv http://t.co/rHSjOOY61d via @artnerdnewyork @artslant

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