Job Koelewijn, 1992.
Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam.

SKMU Sørlandets
25 June–25 September 2011

Screaming from the Mountain: Landscapes and Viewpoints is a large scale exhibition examining the Northern European landscape tradition, departing from the painterly tradition of Romanticism, but with its main focus on how this can be mirrored and re-contextualised through contemporary art practices. The viewpoint proves as important as the view: where you stand in regards of geography, history, gender, power—or if you actually are not looking at a landscape at all, but on the genre as such.

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