Martin Sæther (b. 1986, NO) lives and works in Oslo. The artist has an MA from Norway’s National Academy of Fine Art. Notable exhibitions include Gjenboer, VI, VII, Oslo; Paper Planes, Standard (Oslo), Min Strie, Femtensesse, Oslo; Route, Oppland Kunstsener, Lillehammer, Post, Destiny’s Atelier and a solo exhibition at the Young Artists’ Society (UKS), Oslo.
Recent exhibitions include “Jeg kaller det kunst” at Norway’s National Museum (Nasjonalmuseet), curated by Randi Godø and Geir Haraldseth.
In 2022 the artist was in residence at Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris.
MA Academy of Fine Arts Oslo
Akademie der Bildende Künste Wien
BA Academy of Fine Art, NTNU
Gjenboer, VI,VII Oslo
Min strie, Femtensesse, Oslo
Rute, Oppland Kunstsenter, Lillehammer
Toile, UKS, Oslo
Material Art Fair, Destiny ́s, Mexico City
Post, Destiny’s, Oslo
(b.1986), Archipelago, Hordaland Kunstsenter, Bergen, collaboration with Tarald Wassvik Blickkontakt, Spreez, Munich, collaboration with Knut Ivar Aaser
All Shiny Things Must Be Hidden, KHIO, Oslo
Breakfast Arguments, Hallway Gallery, Vienna
Paper Prospects, Texted Archive, Vienna
Fangens Dilemma, Aquarium, Vienna, collaboration with Tarald Wassvik
Cabbage, Quince, Cucumber and Melon, One Night Only Gallery, Oslo