Oslo’s art scene has been flourishing over the past few years, with new art institutions and galleries constantly popping up around the city. Galleri Briskeby, now in its 12th year, is somewhat of a veteran in the industry – at least when it comes to graphic art. In 2005, it was one of very few galleries focusing on graphic work, and this is still the case today. “Graphic art is in many ways a misunderstood art form. People often associate it with mass-produced prints you can find at the local framing shop. While it is true that graphic work is often made in multiples, there is a very complicated process involved, as well as unique forms of expression,” explains gallery director Line Harr Skagestad.