Eivind Natvig
Natvig featured on Proof by National Geographic

Natvig featured on Proof by National Geographic

In the series Artifacs, Eivind H. Natvig is showing some of the physical items that have meaning to him as a photographer in the field. He is also presenting a part of his project You Are Here Now. Go to Proof by National Geographic to take a look.
Trading places with Edvard Munch

Trading places with Edvard Munch

It is hard to describe the surreal feeling it is, watching the images of Edvard Munch being removed from the walls. Your own images scattered across the room to get the correct sequence and replace this great master. The morning of November 8th these events were unfolding in Trondheim Art Museum, on the day before...
You Are Here Now by Eivind H. Natvig

You Are Here Now by Eivind H. Natvig

In 2007 I began shooting images of Norway, not assignments or images with commercial value. Not even images with a distinct purpose, but a visual relief. Photography made from a true joy in discovery of Home; a country I had barely visited.
Eivind H. Natvig to speak at Oslo launch of nordic now!

Eivind H. Natvig to speak at Oslo launch of nordic now!

nordic now! zooms in on five tendencies governing the production of photography in the Nordic countries today: private and autobiographical photography; hybrids between photography and other media; the return to analogue techniques; dream-like scenarios that merge reality and fantasy, as well as looking at the immense changes that the genre of documentary is undergoing, with its...
Four Moment Photographers featured on The New York Times Lens Blog

Four Moment Photographers featured on The New York Times Lens Blog

Helge Skodvin talks about “Volvo 240″ as the The New York Times Lens Blog presents the Norwegian Journal of Photography, where also Eivind Natvig, Andrea Gjestvang and Oddleiv Apneseth are participating. Over the past two years NJP and the Fritt Ord Foundation have brought together and encouraged ten Norwegian photographers who have been working on their own individual projects...
Five Moment photographers awarded in Swedish and Norwegian POY - Photo of the Year award to Andrea Gjestvang

Five Moment photographers awarded in Swedish and Norwegian POY – Photo of the Year award to Andrea Gjestvang

Andrea Gjestvang won the most prestigeous award in the 2012 Norwegian Picture of the Year competition – The Photo of the Year – with her portrait Utøya survivor Ylva Helen Schwenke. Her portrait story of Utøya survivors was also awarded first prize in the portrait story category. Eivind H Nativg won first prize in the...
Norwegian Picture of the Year Nominations

Norwegian Picture of the Year Nominations

We are proud to announce that Helge Skodvin, Eivind Natvig and Andrea Gjestvang are nominated for the Norwegian Picture of the Year Award. The winner will be announced in Oslo on March 15, 2013. Photo by The Moment Photobooth Trondheim/MOMENT
Dreams of Dhaka - boredom gone highbrow

Dreams of Dhaka – boredom gone highbrow

Three years ago, almost to the date I was bored with photography. After wrapping up assignments in Qatar and Dubai the mattress on the floor of my shared apartment in Dhaka was a sanctuary.  Pounding traffic outside, millions and millions of people everywhere. A wonderful place to hide and an exotic place to shoot images,...
The Man who started the Falkland War

The Man who started the Falkland War

On May 4th 1982, british tabloid The Sun published the legendary front page “GOTCHA”. On May 4th 2013, british tabloid The Sun took out a full page advert in an Argentinian newspaper warning president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner to keep her “hands off” the Falkland Islands.  Consequently British flags and newspapers are burned in Buenos...
Come, for all things are now ready

Come, for all things are now ready

“Mom!!! Put me to bed” says Johanne (9 y.). An hour later, her father Anders is back from office with the eulogy for tomorrows funeral. From the children’s room on the second floor Johanne and her two siblings hear the sound of a guitar playing and Anders’ voice singing a psalm from the kitchen downstairs....
Tearsheets Lurøy

Tearsheets Lurøy

An excerpt of the 22-page spread of Eivind H. Natvig's long-term project about religion in small coastal societies in Norway presented in norwegian bi-monthly magazine Plot.
another dog another blog or four

another dog another blog or four

I met an old friend in a sort-of-new tuxedo. Martin is using this formal evening wear as a motivator for loosing weight and getting in shape after his heart attacks.
An idea of summer

An idea of summer

Since I left home two weeks ago, there are a couple of cities I have tried to reach. First it was Stockholm and I missed it due to impulse, then it was Bergen who suffered the same destiny before Kristiansand came up as the holy grail of travel. It was an idea of summer and...
It looks like Sweden

It looks like Sweden

But it is not, it is Torben Andersen (in Denmark). And there I came across my cousin Pål.
Here I am

Here I am

I have travelled in Norway full time the last year working on my project 'You Are Here,' a subjective exploration of home. It has also been a road trip, but a road trip of a more conventional type; by car. For the past week it has been a liberation with the limitation of public transport...

EIVIND H. NATVIG RECEIVES GRANT

Eivind have received a grant from Arts Council Norway to keep working on You Are Here (website), his long term project of Norway.