Per Inge Bjørlo

born 1952

Per Inge Bjørlo, ‘Drift’ 1996
Drift 1996
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Per Inge Bjørlo (born November 20, 1952 in Ålesund) is a Norwegian sculptor, painter, graphic designer and visual artist. He grew up in Spjelkavik outside Ålesund, and is now living in Hønefoss. He graduated from Bergen Academy of Art and Design in Bergen (1974–1977) and the Norwegian National Academy of Fine Arts in Oslo (1977–1981). He received the Swedish Prince Eugen Medal in 2012.

Bjørlo has had a number of exhibitions of his works in Norway and abroad. He has been represented at exhibitions, among others in São Paulo, Berlin, Venice, Tokyo, New York City and Cologne.

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