biography & cv:
 

 

 

Øyvind Hjelmen lives and works on the island of Stord,

off the west-coast of Norway.

Apart from having attended various photographic

workshops, he is autodidact as an artist.

He holds a BA in modern art and aesthetics from the

University of Bergen.

 

Øyvind Hjelmen has been working with photography

as his artistic expression for more than 20 years, and

his works have been exhibited in USA, Germany, Russia,

United Kingdom, Poland, Italy, Greece, Lithuania,

Japan, France, The Netherlands, Spain, Georgia and

Norway.

Among the collections that hold his works are Museum

of Fine Art in Houston, USA, and Centro Internazionale

di Fotografia Scavi Scaligeri - Verona, Italy.

 

He has been teaching photographic workshops for 15

years, and he has also been guest lecturer at the

American Intercontinental University in London, and at       

Bilder Nordic School of Photography in Oslo, as well as

international art schools.                     

                                                                                                   

He is currently Artistic Project Manager for the Artist in

Residence program at Halsnøy Monastery,

Sunnhordland Museum, Norway.