Project Stardust’s Jon Larsen & Jan Braly Kihle open new exhibit

Last night was the grand opening of our new exhibition of stardust pictures at the Galleri Vanntårnet in Nesodden Kunstforening, just outside Oslo.

The exhibit features 22 new, large format photos in ultra high resolution color on luxury art paper, framed with a new type of “invisible” UV-protecting glass. The grand opening was packed with many artists and art dealers. Both of us, Jon and Jan, received flowers and gave speeches.

Percussionist Paal Nilssen-Love performed “celestial” music on his large gongs and it was really “far out” — an extraterrestrial experience. The exhibition will be open until June 26th and the exclusive stardust photos are for sale; Only one copy of each. 

We hope we’ll see you there! If not, please connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter! We love hearing from you!

Yours truly,

Jon Larsen & Jan Braly Kihle

Project Stardust founder Jon Larsen gives a speech at an exhibit grand opening at Galleri Vanntarnet
Project Stardust founder Jon Larsen gives a speech at an exhibit grand opening at Galleri Vanntarnet. © Project Stardust, 2022.
Project Stardust founder Jon Larsen poses with a photo at an exhibit grand opening at Galleri Vanntarnet
Project Stardust founder Jon Larsen poses with a photo at an exhibit grand opening at Galleri Vanntarnet
Micrometeorites photograhs by Project Stardust founder Jon Larsen and Jan Braly Kihle at Galleri Vanntarnet
Micrometeorites photograhs by Project Stardust founder Jon Larsen and Jan Braly Kihle at Galleri Vanntarnet. © Project Stardust, 2022.
Micrometeorites photograhs by Project Stardust founder Jon Larsen and Jan Braly Kihle at Galleri Vanntarnet
Micrometeorites photograhs by Project Stardust founder Jon Larsen and Jan Braly Kihle at Galleri Vanntarnet. © Project Stardust, 2022.
Project Stardust founder Jon Larsen and Jan Braly Kihle pose at exhibition grand opening at Galleri Vanntarnet.
Project Stardust founder Jon Larsen and Jan Braly Kihle pose at exhibition grand opening at Galleri Vanntarnet. © Project Stardust, 2022.
Sculpture out of rock inspired by a Project Stardust micrometeorite by Anni Onsdager
Sculpture out of rock inspired by a Project Stardust micrometeorite by Anni Onsdager. © Project Stardust, 2022.

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