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Art installation by Steinar Caspari

Now you can experience a unique art installation by Steinar Caspari at Engø Gård. Caspari, who is considered the country's best graffiti artist, combines technical skill with creative expression to create impressive works of art.

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Location: Engø Gård

Caspari's work, 'Lovebomb, Much Needed', consists of several elements that together form a dynamic and thought-provoking expression. The artwork explores the basic human need for love in a world characterized by chaos and uncertainty.

About Steinar Caspari:

Steinar Caspari (b. 1983) is a self-taught graffiti artist with over 20 years of experience. He has collaborated with both national and international artists such as CanTwo and Insane 51. Caspari uses multiple media and his art ranges from figurative, realistic characters to experimental expressions. His works often convey melancholy and contemporary snapshots.

 

Caspari has exhibited at various galleries such as M35, Galleri Vibes and Galleri Sand, in addition to many private and public contexts. He is also the initiator and owner of Caspari Artspace, a large artist collective and gallery in the center of Tønsberg that attracts attention from both business and popular culture.

About “Lovebomb, Much Needed”:

“Lovebomb, Much Needed” is an installation that delves deep into the human need for love in a world characterized by conflict and uncertainty. The artwork stands as a powerful reminder of the power of love and humanity, depicting love as a universal force that can build bridges and transcend borders. It encourages us to embrace unity, acceptance and inclusion, and reminds us that love is necessary for our common survival and well-being.

About Engø Gård:

Engø Gård is an exclusive resort in Tjøme, renowned for its stunning beauty and top-notch facilities. The resort offers unique accommodation options, first-class dining, and a variety of activities for guests looking to experience the best of the Norwegian coastal landscape.

Press Contact: Emma Järpell / ej@engo.no

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