«One Day in History» and «Everybody Knows This is Nowhere» was exhibited at Gallery Vasli Souza in Malmö, Sweden. The solo show also included a sound work where visitors could sit down and listen to the stories of the young survivors. The exhibition lasted from 22.08. – 22.09.2014 and was supported by Fond for Lyd og Bilde and Norsk Fotografisk Fond.
«Everybody Knows This is Nowhere» was featured in The Sunday Times Spectrum.
Andrea photographed Geir Lippestad, the lawyer of Anders Behring Breivik, the perpetrator of the 22nd of July terror attacks in Norway, for Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin.
Gjestvang received two prizes at the Lumix Festival for young photojournalism in Hannover. Her exhibited work “One Day in History” was awarded the Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung (HAZ) “People’s Choice Prize”, selected by votes of the audience. She also received a honourable mention in the Freelens Award.
Photo: China Hopson/ HS Hannover
Together with Norwegian photographer Hebe Robinson Andrea Gjestvang is exhibiting at the 6×6 Centre of Photography in Cyprus. The exhibition is a collaboration with the Embassy of Norway in Athens, «EEA and Norway Grants» and Athens Photo Festival. The exhibition opens Monday 12th May at 7.00 pm, and lasts until 7th June 2014.
Gjestvang’s project «One Day in History» has been selected out of nearly 1200 applications and will be exhibited with 59 other features at the 4th Lumix Festival for Young Photojournalism, 18th to 22nd of June 2013, in Hannover, Germany. This is the third time Gjestvang participates on the Lumix Festival. In 2010 she exhibited «Greenland – Disappearing Ice Age» and in 2012 «Everybody Knows This is Nowhere» was exhibited.
See the list of exhibiting photographers here.