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24 Oct 2017 PR: Chiharu Shiota premiers new work at KODE

The installation "Direction" by the Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota premiers at KODE in Bergen on October 27. The exhibition will be opened by KODE’s new director Petter Snare.

10 May 2017 PR: Chiharu Shiota to exhibit at KODE this fall

The Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota will exhibit in Bergen this fall.

Shiota is internationally famous for her intricate and spectacular works using thread that fill entire rooms. Her exhibition will open on the 27th of October in KODE 2. Among other things she will create a site-specific work in thread for one of the newly refurbished galleries in the building.

30 Oct 2015 PR: Sükran Moral - My Pain My Rebellion

Child brides, violence against women, female genital mutilation, homophobia and polygamy. These are only a few of the themes the Turkish artist Sükran Moral treats in her controversial oeuvre.

03 Sep 2015 PR: Art in Battle

Art in Battle addresses how art and art institutions were used by the Nazi regime in Germany and in occupied Norway.

24 Nov 2014 PR: Unique Chinese-Norwegian Exhibition Collaboration

Ingrid Askeland and Ai Weiwei are among the artists participating in a joint Norwegian-Chinese exhibition of ceramic art that opens on 23 January 2015 at KODE – Art Museums of Bergen.


The seven columns that will travel from KODE in Bergen to China have been selected.

–  It has been a fantastic experience to see all of our columns assembled together and to evaluate them individually. We are all pleased with the selection that has now been made, says the director of KODE, Karin Hindsbo.

02 Oct 2014 PR: Ready for a new Grieg Competition

The Edvard Grieg Museum Troldhaugen is organising the 14th International Edvard Grieg Piano Competition in Bergen from 11 to 18 October this year.

On Saturday 11 October 2014, 30 talented pianists from 19 different countries will converge in hopeful anticipation on Grieg’s home, Troldhaugen, in Bergen. In the course of one week they will compete for honour and glory – and a first prize consisting of 30 000 euro. It is the second time the competition will be arranged in Bergen.


Karin Hindsbo (39), from Denmark is Erlend G. Høyerstens successor as Director of KODE.