Camilla Løw (b.1976, Oslo, Norway), graduated with a BA in Fine Art from the Glasgow School of Art. Through a visual language that recalls Constructivism and Minimalism, Camilla uses industrial materials to carefully compose her structures, often paring these geometric forms with evocative titles. Coming from a place of formal specificity, be this in relation to materials or sites, Camilla’s works do not just reference space but allow for a redefinition of such space within the social psyche. Recent public sculpture commissions, such as Broken Thrones (2020) provide a case in point example of this socio-spatial redefinition.
Select exhibitions include: Space Junk, ISCA Gallery, Oslo (2021); High Rise, ISCA Gallery, Oslo (2020); Alfabet, Belmacz, London (2019); B, Belmacz, London (2019); INSTRUMENTAL (Camilla Løw & Gert Marcus), Fullersta Gård, Huddinge (2018); Collective Collaborations, British Council Collection (touring exhibition) (2018-19); Alpenglühen – 100 years of Ettore Sottsass Jr, Belmacz, London (2017); Eye In The Sky, Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo (2016); NN-A NN-A NN -A – New Norwegian Abstraction, Astrup Fearnley Museum, Oslo (2015); Vibrant Matter, KIOSK, Ghent (2015); Nerves and Muscles, Elastic Gallery, Stockholm (2015); Chain On Chain, Belmacz, London (2014); Dumb Rocks, Belmacz, London (2013); The Space of Shape-Time, The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo (2012). The Vigeland Museum, Oslo and Dave Allen/Camilla Løw, Frieze Focus, Frieze Art Fair, London (2012). Culture & Leisure, New Art Centre, Roche Court, Salisbury (2010); Social Geometry, Schmidt & Handrup, Cologne (2010); M, Gallery AHO, Oslo (2009); New Ruins, Bergen Kunsthall (2008); Embraced Open Reassembled, Sutton Lane, London (2008); Straight Letters, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee (2008); Straight Letters, Pier Arts Centre, Orkney (2008); Broken Windows, Elastic Gallery, Malmø (2007); Henriette Grahnert / Camilla Løw, Sutton Lane, Paris (2006); Camilla Løw, Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco (2005.
Camilla’s work features in numerable public collections, including: Skulpturstopp sculpture park, Norway; Pier Arts Centre, UK; The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Norway; The British Arts Council Collection, UK; The Government Art Collection (UK); Region Skåne, Sweden; The Ruppert Collection of post-1945 Concrete Art Museum in Kultuspeicher, Wurzberg, Germany; The Statoil Art Collection, Norway; The Storebrand Art Collection, Norway. In 2008 she was awarded the Statoil Hydro-Art Grant Prize for contemporary art.
Camilla lives and works in Oslo.
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