ISCA Gallery


About the gallery

ISCA Gallery is an independent contemporary art gallery with the goal of supporting, exhibiting and promoting Norwegian and Scandinavian artists both locally and internationally.

Established by Laetitia Queyranne, the gallery opened in June 2020 in the center of Oslo and features an exhibition program developed with emerging and established artists from the nordic countries and abroad. 

Featured artists

Camilla Løw (NO)


Camilla Løw

Camilla Løw (b. 1976) is an Oslo based artist educated at the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland. She works predominately in sculpture with a highly developed visual language that can evoke modernist traditions such as Constructivism and American Minimalism. The use of industrial materials like concrete, metal, plexiglass and spray paint are central to her work. With a careful consideration for space and surroundings, Løw creates both large-scale site specific installations in public places, and smaller, more intimate works.

Løw has received several awards and grants including those from the Scottish Arts Council and the Statoil Art Award. Her works are included in numerous collections including the National Museum of Norway and Henie Onstad Kunstsenter. She recently completed a monumental public-art sculpture for Sparebank Stiftelen’s SkulturStopp in Jessheim, and has had her second solo exhibition at ISCA Gallery in Oslo in 2021. She has numerous exhibitions and public commissions coming up including a group show at Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium and public art projects in Sogndal and Fjellhamar.

Installation images. Photo by Jon Benjamin Tallerås.

Portraits of Camilla Løw. Photo by Elen Sonja Klouman.