Tag Archives: Elisabeth Meyer

ORIGINALITY, RIDING THE ARCTIC CIRCLE – The playful celebration of creativity, between the Baltic Sea and Norway

Where the midnight sun encourages creativity Painting in an intuitive way, from a drop of white to creating a human body, does not always require a plan. In fact, and even outside the academic schemes, from an idea it is possible to dive into an extremely stimulating adventure. In opposition to the traditional style of the Royal Danish Academy of …

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PHOTOGRAPHY, BUT WITH A WOMAN’S EYES – A Norwegian photographer traveling through Iran and India

Elisabeth Meyer, one of Norway’s first photojournalists This is the story of a little girl born in Tønsberg in 1899, and she will introduce you to a Norwegian lucky enough to have received a camera from her father as a gift. The tenacious and curious girl came from a wealthy family, but she lost her father at an early age. …

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