We exhibit a broad range of work influenced by Street Art, Illustration, Drawing, Graffiti, Urbanism, Subcultures and various aspects of Popular Culture. Our goal is to cultivate a space where artists can develop their practice, contribute to a sense of “shared values” as well as engage the community in discussions surrounding the cultures they’re engaged with.
The gallery focusses on producing quality shows of mainly Narrative and Figurative Art, the artist as storyteller if you like. This is not an “art about art” gallery. At the same time, the gallery will be continuing to invite artists to create both sanctioned and unsanctioned work in the public space.
Nuart Gallery, like Nuart Festival, is a not-for-profit organisation. All income generated from the sale of artworks goes towards covering the cost of the annual Nuart Festival in Stavanger and ensuring our continued existence.
We like to think of ourselves as being a small part of a dynamic global movement of creative thinkers, artists, writers, documentarians, curators, gallerists and cultural producers whose creative engagements challenge the status quo. We’re dedicated to promoting, reflecting and hopefully, helping to define current movements and future directions in the cultures we’re engaged with.
With over 20 years of experience in world-class cultural productions and promotion, NuArt Gallery aims to draw on its local, national and international networks to provide the region with one of the countries most dynamic and progressive alternative art spaces.
Whether you’re just starting out buying your first print, looking to add to an already existing collection, developing strategies for public and corporate collections or just wondering what all the fuss is about “Street Art”, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.