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Jan Stefan Pettersson

Jan Pettersson is currently Professor at Department for Printmaking and Drawing at Department for Art & Craft at Oslo National Academy of the Arts Oslo ,Norway. His current projects lies within the photographic field with focus on the objectivity of photography within the print medium. The basis for his projects comes from his own private history, his research, film, history, music, art history, theory, fiction, and his travels.

Area of specialization: intaglio, relief, silkscreen, photo based prints, digital prints, multiple colour printing, colour theory. Other areas: photo, painting, drawing, video, installation, digital work.

  • Printmaking in the Expanded Field
  • Photogravure and Archaeological Research published by KHiB, 2007, ISBN 82-8013-059-4

Research results

  • Print Matters (2019).
    Exhibition catalogue . More
  • Book launch - Jan Pettersson: Printmaking in the Expanded Field (2018).
    Other presentation. More
  • Grafiken i Norge. Utbildningsinstitutioner, verkstäder, publik, Munch och Drottning Sonja (2018).
    Article in business/trade/industry journal. More
  • Jan Pettersson (2017).
    Lecture. More
  • Preface (2017).
    Foreword. More
  • Printmaking in the Expanded Field : a pocketbook for the future : collected texts and thoughts (2017).
    Non-fiction book. More
  • Printmaking in the Expanded Field [seminar] (2015).
    Other presentation. More