About LNM

About LNM

About LNM
About LNM

LNM is a national organization for professional artists who work with painting, defined in a wide sense. The organization was established in 1968 to promote the interests of painters and it is one of the organizations who cooperate in the umbrella organization NBK (Norwegian Artist Association). Learn more about LNM’s history here.

LNM’s artist-run gallery is situated in Kongensgate 2, with entrance from Bankplassen, centrally located in Kvadraturen. Each year 11 exhibitions are produced that reflect the variety in contemporary art that relates to the medium of painting. In addition the gallery offers artworks by LNM members and the ongoing exhibitions for purchase.

The gallery is supported by Kulturrådet.  

LNM has today over 550 members. LNM’s archive documents the production of the members. 
Complete list of LNM’s members.

LNM can assist with private and public commissions.
Welcome to LNM at Bankplassen!


LNM’s executive board members are elected by the members of LNM at the annual meeting in March. The executive board consists of 5 members and 2 substitute members who are appointed for periods of three years. The board promotes the member’s interests and evaluate the applications for LNM memberships. The board has an executive responsibility for the LNM gallery, including the exhibition programme.

Øystein Tømmerås is the chairperson of the board, as of 2016. He is a graduate from Oslo National Academy of Arts and Kungliga Konsthögskolan, Stockholm. Prior to his studies, Tømmerås has years of experience from working in organizations, e.g. as General Secretary of Norwegian Pupils association Generalsekretær i Norsk Elevorganisasjon and Advisor for PR agency Gambit H&K. He has had solo exhibitions at several institutions including Stenersenmuseet and Galleri Haaken, and he has participated in several group exhibitions. Tømmerås has also education experience from various art education institutions.

Tine Aamodt is LNM the vice chairperson of LNM executive board. Graduated from the Art Academy in Trondheim, she lives and works in Oslo. In addition to having done various exhibitions and publicly commissioned artworks, she has experience from leading public art projects and jury participation and censoring at various art intstitutions.

Marianne Hurum is a MFA graduate from Kunsthögskolan i Malmø, Lund University, Sweden. In addition to many years of experience as a board member at the Board of UKS, she is also a part of the Board of Oslo Municipal Art Project, and the Editorial Board of Billedkunst. In addition, she is a frequent lecturer at various art academies and art schools. Her solo/duo exhibitions have been presented at many venues, including Kunstnerforbundet, Kunstnernes Hus, UKS, Lillehammer Kunstmuseum and Space 4235, Genova, Italia. She has also participated at various group exhibitions, including exhibitions at NN-A NN-A NN-A New Norwegian Abstraction, Stavanger Kunstmuseum, Astrup Fearnley Museet, Happy Endings, NYC and Agnes B’s Gallerie du Jour, Paris.

Anders Sletvold Moe has a Master degree from Konsthögskolan i Malmö. He lives and works in Oslo. He has been presented in solo exhibitions including at Kunstnerforbundet, Kunstmuseet Nord-Trøndelag, Akershus Kunstsenter and Vigeland-Museet. Group exhibitions includes among others Participation, Trondheim Kunstmuseum, NN-A NN-A NN-A New Norwegian Abstraction, Stavanger Kunstmuseum and Astrup Fearnley Museet.

Peter Mohall is from Skåne, Sweden and has his art degree from Oslo National Academy of Arts. Prior to this, he has attended Skånska Malarskolen, Malmö. He has had solo exhibitions in Norway as well as abroad, including at the venues Luce Gallery, Torino Code Art Fair, Copenhagen, Project room, Fondazione 107, Turin, and Carl Berner Prosjektrom, Oslo. He has also participated at a wide range of group exhibitions.

Substitute Board Members are Mikael Øye Hegnar and Anne Kristin Hagesæther.


Oslo Art District

Oslo Art District is a collaborative project between eleven galleries in Kvadraturen. The cooperation started in 2008 under the name "Kunstsløyfen". The idea was to exploit the potential of the geographic density between the various galleries participating in the collaboration.

You can also follow Oslo Art District on Facebook.


LNM offers a wide range of education events that enables different experiences with art for different visitor group. A large part of our events can be held in English on request.

LNM Forum is a series lectures, events and discussions that addresses different topics relevant to contemporary Fine Arts in general and the art of painting in particular, suitable for both artists as well as a general audience. LNM Forum discusses artist’s professional, material and political situation.

Artist talk is a conversation between a moderator and the artist/artists behind the exhibitions at LNM. The conversations form new perspectives on the exhibition and opens up for participation by the visitors.

Art break is an informal gathering during working hours, where the artist will give a dialogue-based tour of the exhibition. LNM’s dialogue-based tours are offered kindergartens, elementary, secondary and high school.

The eye of the beholder is LNM’s educational workshop for children in kindergarten and elementary school. With the exhibition as a basis, we form a workshop that allows the children to explore the art and express themselves in cooperation with an educator. The aim is to experiment and set the mind free. LNM workshop can be adapted to different age groups and it uses recyclable materials.

School classes are also offered a tour with the gallery manager. We encourage those with special interests to contact the gallery directly to make appointments for special events. The tours are dialogue-based and aimed at the specific age group.



Please contact the gallery for any questions.