Martine Poppe Norwegian


Martine Poppe was born in Oslo, Norway in 1988. Since graduating from the Slade School of Fine Art BA and MFA in 2011 and 2013 respectively, Martine Poppe (b. 1988, Norway) has been living and working in London and Oslo.

Poppe's upcoming shows include Girl meets girl at Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium (Norway, 2022), Art Paris Art Fair with Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery (2022) and Above and below (Oslo, 2022). Poppe's recent exhibitions include Pause at County (Palm Beach, 2021), A piece of me at Kristin Hjellegjerde (London, 2021); Dallas Art Fair with County (Texas, 2021); Facing the Sun, Kristin Hjellegjerde (Brandenburg, 2021); To be announced (Buer Gallery, 2021); Zima Blue at Kristin Hjellegjerde (Berlin, 2020); 2084, Cable Factory/Valssaamo, Helsinki (2020); Waiting for Y at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London (2019);  Artmonte Carlo with VI, VII, Monaco (2019); Portraits of trees at Trafo Kunsthall, Norway (2018-2019); ALAC,  Los Angeles (2019) and LISTE, Basel, Switzerland (2018) with VI, VII; Slippage: Performative utterances in  painting, Post_Institute, London, United Kingdom (2018); Studio Spring at CCA Andratx, Spain (2018) and Aphrodite lowers her mirror at Kristin Hjellegjerde Berlin (2018).

Other exhibitions and art fairs include Between the lines, The Women's Museum and Oslo National Academy  of the Arts, Norway (2018); UNTITLED, San Francisco (2017); Brussels Art Fair (2018 and 2017) with Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery; S|2 x SF at Sotheby's (San Francisco, 2015); Sunset© at Hooper Projects, Los Angeles  (2015); and New Order II: British Art Today at the Saatchi Gallery, London (2014).

Poppe has taken part in several artist residencies internationally, amongst others the Vice x Velux residency (2022), Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris (France, 2019), Rigenerarte in collaboration with Fondazione Benetton (Treviso, Italy), Banff AIR (Alberta, Canada, 2018), CCA Andratx (Majorca, Spain 2017) and Hooper Projects (Los Angeles, US, 2015).

Poppe's artworks are a part of several public collections, such as the UK Government Art Collection (UK), KODE Museums (Norway), Kistefos Museum (Norway), NRK (Norway), CCA Andratx (Spain) and the Benetton Collection (Italy) and the Saatchi Collection (UK).