The collection of Equinor Art Programme (EAP) is spread all across the offices in Norway and worldwide, as well as on onshore and offshore fascilities.
The EAP does not have a dedicated public exhibition space, but shares its cultural assets with the public by loans and external exhibitions.
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Equinor Art programme (EAP), which features more than 1400 contemporary art works, originally focused on Norwegian art of all disciplines. Over a period of 10 years, from 2009-2019, the collection was broadened with international art, especially photo and new media.
Since 2019, the collection strategy has shifted back to where we started, and the company aims to create a distinctive, coherent, and internationally recognized art programme by building and showing a significant collection of Norwegian contemporary art, concentrated on artworks from 1972 to the present day. It collaborates to create exhibitions, publications and learning events to engage in contemporary art and culture, support the practices of artists and contribute to the benefit of the work environment of the company.
Commission program / Site-specific order(s) :
Azar Alsharif, Christensen/Dahl, Olafur Eliasson, Elmgreen & Dragset, Jone Kvie, Jim Lambie, Camilla Løw, Lars Ramberg, Pipilotti Rist, Christine Ödlund
Equinor, (former Statoil) has business operations in 36 countries around the world.
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We’re Equinor, a broad energy company with more tan 20,000 colleagues committed to developing oil, gas, wind and solar energy in more than 30 countries worldwide. We’re dedicated to safety, equality and sustainability. As the largest operator in Norway, a leading international offshore operator and a growing force in renewables, we’re shaping the future of energy.