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. At Market Art Fair 2021, ISCA Gallery presents “Måneskygge”, a new series of paintings and sculptures by Marianne Hurum.
Marianne Hurum’s (born 1978) restlessly inventive practice includes a variety of different medias such as painting, sculpture, photogram and jewelry Her work is characterized by a formal and contextual in-depth research into the painterly medium paralleled with a playful and spontaneous approach to artistic creation.
She holds an MFA from the Malmö Art Academy. Recent solo exhibitions includes at Lillehammer Kunstmuseum, NEVVEN Gallery, Gothenburg, Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo, and has participated in group exhibitions at institutions such as Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo, Kulturhuset Stockholm, The Stavanger Art Museum, 0-0 LA and Edvard Munchs studio. Hurum lives and works in Oslo, Norway.