Who is Per Heimly?

Per Arne Heimly (born February 4, 1972) is a Norwegian contemporary and announcement art photographer. Well known for his celebrity portraits, Heimly’s art practice includes video and installation artwork, in accessory to a long-standing exploration of unflinching self-portrait photography.

Heimly was a member of Den Nye Vinen (‘The New Wine’) an anarchist artiste collective announced at the Theater Cafe in Oslo in 1993 that included Ari Behn, Bertrand Bisigye, and Henning Braathen.

In 1999, Heimly co-founded Fjords Magazine with designer Pauline Nærholm. He after that served as a creative director and editor for Fjords, a Norwegian fashion and design magazine as soon as international distribution. From 2001 to 2006, he directed several projects as a videographer for the musician Morten Abel. Heimly appeared in the comedy TV series Uti vår hage (“Outside in Our Garden”) in 2008.

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Heimly held a solo exhibition in 2010 titled Between Angels and Demons that featured his portrait, self-portrait, and landscape photography from the preceding twenty years.

In 2011, Heimly co-hosted the award-winning Norwegian TV series on NRK Ari og Per (”Ari and Per”) with the late author and visual performer Ari Behn. The charm of one episode of the produce a result was attributed, in part, to the willingness of Heimly and Behn to be true and vulnerable participants on camera at an Ängsbacka festival. He appeared paired next Behn on a forward-looking TV program, “Ari and Per Solve World Problems” on TVNorge in 2013. Heimly as a consequence appeared in 2013 in the TV series Hjerterått.

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