Rune Guneriussen Releases New Pixar-esque Works

Conceptual artist Rune Guneriussen has just updated his website, adding 20 new magical-looking photos of works he’s creating on location all over Norway. In his usual style, the installation artist and photographer makes ordinary objects come alive – assembling everything from lamps, chair, desks and books into such a way that they seem to be telling us enchanting stories.

Guneriussen is opening a solo exhibition in Bonn, Germany today at Rheingalerie Bonn gallery which will run until November 10. He’ll also be showing three works as part of a group exhibition at Bugno Art Gallery, in Venice, Italy at the end of October.

If there’s one artist whose works remind me of those sweet Pixar movies, it’s Guneriussen.










Rune Guneriussen’s website

 

More by Rune Guneriussen:
Lovely Land of Lost Lamps (12 photos)
More Than Just Magic (Interview + 12 photos)





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