Marianne Heske: A Doll's House
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More than 30 years ago the Norwegian artist Marianne Heske found a large box of papier-mache doll heads at a Paris flea market; she was intrigued by the glamour of early-twentieth-century film stars she saw in the doll's faces, and soon knew they would figure in her works. These works were exhibited when Heske was invited to participate in the international celebration of the centenary of Ibsen's birth, Ibsen Year 2006. The celebration in Oslo, Norway, includes roles for Heske's dolls in her installation dedicated to Ibsen's A Doll's House, and also includes Heske's early video work and several early lithographs, works that are fundamental to her productions with the dolls. Heske's A Doll's House installation is a collaborative project with the National Musuem of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, and will subsequently be shown in Rome and New York City.