Draft:Magnus Gjoen (Artist)
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- Comment: Note to Reviewers: I do not believe this warranted a reject, and would more legitimately be considered a decline. Nosebagbear (talk) 18:02, 8 July 2019 (UTC)
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- Comment: Fails the requirements under WP:NCREATIVE\WP:ANYBIO - needs significant coverage in multiple independent reliable secondary sources. The artist's website is a primary source and not acceptable. Dan arndt (talk) 03:50, 4 July 2019 (UTC)
Magnus Gjoen is a London-based contemporary artist.
Born to Norwegian parents, Magnus Gjoen grew up in Switzerland, Denmark, Italy, and the UK. Gjoen studied fine art and fashion design, which led him to a career in fashion, working for brands such as Vivienne Westwood 
Magnus Gjoen’s artwork uses recurring themes such as destructive beauty, dualism, portraiture, revisiting the past, war, and religion.
Some of his artwork is housed in Soho House Amsterdam, The Wallace Museum, The Curtain London, 19 Dutch, Wringer & Mangle, Flavour Bastard, Kate Moss' home, and more. His artworks have also been featured on the cover of music albums including James The Band, As Lions Band, and Thunder.
Gjoen has also collaborated with brands including Baldi Home Jewels (2019)., Skateptych, Burton Snowboards (2015), Johnnie Walker, Wrap Me Up, 007 Book commissioned by Ian Fleming, and The Wallace Collection
Magnus Gjoen has exhibited in various galleries around the world since 2012.
His most recent exhibitions from 2018 include:
- June 28th – JEALOUS GALLERY SHOREDITCH / (IT’S NOT) THE END / SOLO SHOW
- June – MUSEUM OF ART / HAIFA ISRAEL/ GROUP SHOW
- June 3rd – ART YARD SALE / BRIGHTON / GROUP SALE
- May 22nd – ROYAL OVERSEAS LEAGUE/ LIBERTY GALLERY/ GROUP SHOW
- May 9th -13th - AAF / HAMPSTEAD / LIBERTY GALLERY / ART FAIR
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