Personal details

Karina Kristoffersen McKenzie (b.1976, Norway)



01.2004 – 08.2007

& 11.2013 – 09.2014   Diplom kunstterapeut, Institutt for kunstterapi/Arttherapist, Institute of Art therapy, Denmark

01.2012 – 11.2013           Grunnseminar, Norsk Karakteranalytisk Institutt/Ground seminar, Norwegian Characteranalytic Institute

08.2002 – 10.2007       Master i psykologi, Uppsala Universitet/Master´s degree in psychology, Uppsala university, Sweden

08.1999 – 06.2000       2. år, Kunstskolen i Rogaland/2. year, Rogaland artschool

08.1997 – 06.1998         1. år, Oslo tegne- og maleskole/1. year, Oslo drawing and painting school (today NISS)

01.1997 – 12.1997           Psykologi grunnfag, Universitetet i Oslo/One-year foundation level subject in psychology, University of Oslo

08.1996 – 12.1996         Ex.phil & Ex.fac , Universitetet i Oslo/ Introductory course in philosophy, University of Oslo



2015                                   New Artist Fair, London (27th-29th of March)

2019                                   Clio Art Fair, New York (07th – 11th of March) 

2020                                   Venice International Fair (July to August) 

2020                                   Tehra Online exhibition «Blessed wonders II» (from 13th of September) 

2021                                   ECOFeminism festival, London (november) 




2014                                  Galleri Haavik, Kristiansand

2021                                  Amsterdam Whitney Gallery, New York               




2017                                  Tapestry at Spiregården Yogasenter, Kristiansand

2020                                  Art Contributer to the book «Be Kind: The little book filled with love, hope and kindness to lift your spirits» by Camilla Fellas Arnold, Tecassia publishing, London 

2020                                   Art Contributer to the fall 2020 edition of the art magazine “Flora Fiction”

2020                                   Art contributer in fall edition of The Deep Times Journal: A journal of the work that reconnects 

2020                                  The Magazine of Contemporary Art