Isabelle Inghilleri (b. 1977, Moss)



Isabelle Inghilleri is a French/Norwegian artist currently based in Oslo. She undertook her BA (Hons) at Kent Institute of Art and Design and graduated with a Master in Communication, Art and Design from the Royal College of Art, London in 2005. After graduating, she has lived, worked and exhibited in Berlin and France for few years.


Her video painting works often portray compelling, dream-like landscapes or urban sceneries with a slant perspective that seems to give us access to our surroundings from a very singular and intimate point of view. Suddenly, we pose our everyday running through time to find ourselves lying with the artist on Brighton pebbly beach or on the frozen seaside in Norway, contemplating the relentless movement of the world, slowly sliding down out of our sight. These solitary panoramas bring our attention to that thin, sometimes fatal line where natural and human spaces connect.


Selected exhibitions include Det Gule Galleri, Stavern, Norway (2014), Galleri Ramfjord, Oslo, Norway (2011), Surface Design Show, The Open Gallery, London (2009), Galerie Grenznah, Munich, Germany (2009), Kollektiv Utstillingen, Galleri Ramfjord, Oslo (2008), TegneBiennale 2008, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo (2008), Henrik Gerner Galleri, Moss, Norway (2007), Night of a 1000 drawings, Johannesburg, South Africa (2007),  Artscape, The Hayward Gallery, London (2007), Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK (2006).


“I focus mainly on the Scandinavian landscape in my video works. My interest lies in the dynamic transition between winter and spring. In Norway, nature is exiting and unpredictable. I find these changes challenging whilst also meditative." Isabelle Inghilleri


ick to view Inghilleri’s Gone Tomorrow

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