Gallery Gategalleriet is proudly presenting Argus latest body of work on March 23th. The exhibition “Rivjern” (eng: Grater) will take place from 18-21 opening night. The show contains originals and prints. Please get in touch at post@gategalleriet for info and price sheet or subscribe to Gategalleriets newsletter.
Opening address will be held by Walter Wehus, the author behind Street Art Bergen and the blog www.motveggen.com
The exhibition will take place between 23th of March to 16th. of April.
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Besides being a kitchen utility a Rivjern, or Grater in english, is a slang for a certain kind of woman, positive (admiringly) and negative (condescendingly), that you certainly don’t want to upset, but also gets things done.
The theme of the exhibition is women and gender roles. Argus thinks there is a tendency to look back and idolies traditional gender roles of the 50s, a time when women stayed at home and in the kitchen. Looking at the political situation in Putins Russia, Trumps America and other countries womens rights suffers a set back.
Argus is a Bergen based street artist active since 2010. He’s works are often political motivated. His works collaborates with the surroundings which adds to its meaning. Artist and author, Argus is an inspiration for new street artist. His works can be seen in Bergen, Sandnes, Berlin among other places and has been featured in last years Nuart curated Sandes Art Trail.