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Artwork
Leonard Rickhard (b. 1945). Untitled, 2013-2015 Pencil, colour pencil, ball pen and ink on paper. 27,5 x 37 cm x 204 pcs. Equinor art programme.
© Leonard Rickhard

Equinor Art Programme helps to create inspiring and engaging workplaces for our employees, as well as supporting the arts and culture in wider society.

Equinor started to collect art in around 1988. Today, our Art Programme manages a collection of more than 1,400 artworks. These works are exhibited in our offices and at a number of onshore and offshore facilities.

We collect contemporary art that reflects our core values of being open, courageous, collaborative and caring. Equinor’s commitment to art supports the company’s objective: to transform natural resources into energy for people and progress for society.

Equinor aims to maintain a distinctive, coherent, and recognized art programme by building and showing a significant collection of Norwegian contemporary art, concentrated on artworks from 1972 to the present day.

Recent acquisitions - a selection

Artwork

Anders Sletvold Moe (b. 1978)
Cut Out Variations 1, 2020
Silkscreen print and oil stick on paper
80 x 60 cm
Equinor art programme
© Anders Sletvold Moe/BONO
Photo: Tor Simen Ulstein

Artwork

Maiken Stene (b. 1983)
Destination 8, 2019
Oil on canvas, painted wooden frame
180 x 220 cm
Equinor art programme
© Maiken Stene/BONO

Artwork

Ingrid Eggen (b. 1979)
Handl #5, 2020
Analogue c-print
150 x 120 cm
Equinor art programme
© Ingrid Eggen/BONO

Artwork

Ida Ekblad (b. 1980)
Lady Amok, 2020
Plastisol and puff on cotton, in artist's frame
225 x 185 cm
Equinor art programme
© Ida Ekblad/BONO

Artwork

Vanessa Baird (b. 1963)
Rubislaw Girl, 2019
Watercolour on paper
150 x 100 cm
Equinor art programme
© Vanessa Baird/BONO