Mette Tronvoll is one of Norway's leading photographic artists with a long international career. Outside art circles, she is perhaps best known for her portraits of Queen Sonja, which she showed at the National Museum in 2014.
Tronvoll works with large analogue photographs which are the result of a slow and painstaking work process, where she investigates and gets to know specific people in specific places she visits, from New York to Greenland, or from Svalbard to Zambia.
In Kunstsilo, Tronvoll will show older well-known works in combination with unpublished material, as well as brand new photographs where Tronvoll has worked on the island of Hidra outside Flekkefjord. The exhibition will be Tronvoll's first museum exhibition in Norway in over 10 years.