Odd Tandberg

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Odd Tandberg (1924) is a Norwegian painter and printmaker.

Tandberg is particularly known for his non-figurative work in connection with the decoration of the government building (Oslo, 1956-58) with Inger Sitter and Carl Nesjar, and of the Railway Square subway station (1965). Along with fellow artists Gunnar S. Gundersen, Tor Hoff and Ludvig Eikaas, he belonged to a group of younger artists who were often referred to as Dødsgjengen [Death Gang], which pioneered non-figurative art in Norway in the second half of the 1950s.

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