Sverre Malling (b. 1977) creates work notable for its precision and intricacy, entwining together references to classical art, botany, the occult, psychedelia, folk art and children’s illustrations. He graduated from the Oslo National Academy of the Arts in 2000, followed by the State Academy of Fine Arts, from where he graduated in 2004. Recent exhibitions include VOLTA 13, Basel (2017), Sneakyville, Haugar Vestfold Art Museum (2016), Treasures, Nord Norsk Kunstmuseum (2016), Can the World be as sad as it seems?, QB Gallery, Oslo (2015), and Satellites and Pomegranates, Galery Haaken, Norway (2014). Malling’s work forms part of numerous public collections, including Haugar Vestfold Art Museum, Norway, Statoil Art Collection, Nordnorsk Art Museum, Tromsø, Norway, Sørlandet Art Museum, Kristiansand, Norway, Lillehammer University College, Lillehammer, Norway, Johan Strays Stiftelse, Oslo, Norway, Drammen Museum, Norway, Dyno Industri, Akershus, Norway, The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, Norway and Skedsmo Kommune, Lillestrøm City Hall, Norway.