for the love of art.


Equinor Art Programme
Pipilotti Rist (Swiss, born 1962), The Shimmering Solution - The Tender Pixel Storm, 2011. Installation with printed backlit screens, RGB LED displays, players and control system, 1200 sqm © Pipilotti Rist Courtesy of the artist, Hauser & Wirth and Luhring Augustine
Christine Odlund (Swedish, born 1963) , Atlantis No.2, 2012 B/W and colour animation, 15:27 minutes loop on RGB LED screen, 211 x 1593 cm © Christine Ödlund Courtesy the artist and Galleri Riis Oslo, Norway and Stockholm, Sweden
Jim Lambie (British, born 1964) The Strokes, 2012 Wall painting with silver vinyl tape, 32 column sections over ten floors © Jim Lambie / © 2017, ProLitteris, Zurich Courtesy of the artist and The Modern Institute, Glasgow, UK
Elmgreen & Dragset (Danish, born 1961 and Norwegian, born 1969) Oransjeri, 2014, Coated steel, glass, silicone, epoxy resin, steel, cotton with epoxy resin, sand, string lights with colored bulbs, 587,3 x 452,8 x 649,9 cm © 2017, ProLitteris, Zurich ©Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset/VG Bild-Kunst. Courtesy the artists.
Lars Ø Ramberg (Norwegian, born 1964), Caring, 2014 - Neon tubes and electrical wiring over aluminium chassis, Ø400 cm © Lars Ø Ramberg Courtesy the artist
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Contemporary artworks of all disciplines from Norway and fine art photography, video and new media artworks from the rest of the world.

Commission program / Site-specific order(s) :

Azar Alsharif Olafur Eliasson Elmgreen & Dragset Jone Kvie Jim Lambie Camilla Løw Lars Ramberg Pipilotti Rist Christine Ödlund


Beginning in 2015, Statoil has entered into a cooperation agreement with the Munch Museum in Oslo, with whom the company has launched the biennial Edvard Munch Art Award. This award replaces the Statoil art award, which was bestowed for the first time in 2007. 2011 : Ane Mette Hol 2009 : Lars Laumann 2007 : Camilla Løw

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Equinor ASA

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