Vibece Salthe

Vibece Salthe (b. 1973) is educated Cand. Philol in History of Art from the University of Bergen, and has a Diploma in Garden History from The Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh. Salthe holds a position as a curator at Stavanger Kunstmuseum, MUST. She has worked with collections, publications and exhibitions in the museum sector for more than 20 years – especially within the fields of modernism and contemporary art. She has a particular interest in feminist and ecology perspectives, and has explored the intersection point between art and botanics. Over the past 15 years Salthe has curated a number of critically acclaimed exhibitions embracing a wide selection of Norwegian as well as international artists, among them Sophie Calle: Take Care of Yourself (2013); Marit Victoria Wulff Andreassen – Through the Woods (2015); Dark Side of the Moon: Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg (2017); FLORA – between plants and humans (2019); Jan Groth – Cours and Volume(2022), and the exhibition Ruth Asawa: Citizen of the Universe (2022). Vibece Salthe is curator for Vestlandsutstillingen 2025. Photo: Helle Navratil