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Wendy Plovmand

Wendy Plovmand Work from The Image that Paints this Canvas. “The solo exhibition The Image that Paints this Canvas by Danish Artist Wendy Plovmand showcases her newly created body of work formed of archival pigment prints, objects, digital paintings and site-specific installations. Inspired by Lacan’s definition of The Lamella, the exhibition investigates the concept of […]

Ditte Gantriis

Ditte Gantriis Work from her “COMPANY”. “The five large collages are printed on long roller blinds, and all combine both digital images and hand-drawn elements. The blinds have been installed spatially in Green is Gold’s exhibition space – a once inhabited apartment – and are thus separated from their original function. The collages consist of […]

Ebbe Stub Wittrup

Ebbe Stub Wittrup Work from Overgarden. “The question of what is real has been debated throughout the entire history of humanity: Is it what our senses tell us, or is there a world beyond what we can immediately perceive? In this philosophical field, Ebbe Stub Wittrup explores life’s enigmatic layers by highlighting phenomena and material […]

Vilhelm Hammershøi

Vilhelm Hammershøi From top to bottom: Interior (1899), Interior (ca. 1903-1904), Sunbeams; Dust Motes Dancing in the Sunbeams (1900), Interior with Potted Plant on Card Table (1910-1911) Ida, facing away. The artists’ wife turned into the walls, turned onto herself, floating in the intimate foyers of the home she shared with her husband. The Danish winter painted into the walls, breathing […]

Torben Ribe

Torben Ribe Work from his oeuvre. “The global financial crisis has, quite paradoxically, also had a creative impact on the art scene in Copenhagen. One of the affected spaces is IMO, an ambitious artist-run gallery situated in a new gallery area alongside prominent galleries such as Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Gallery Nils Stærk and the Royal […]

Marie Lund

Marie Lund WOrk from her oeuvre. “A shoehorn sits between a shoe and a hand. A compact disc plated with gold, a door handle, a light bulb, a clothes hanger. Two part words. Stones stand as geological specimens – extracts from a vast landscape, but up close they are their own vast landscapes, entire mountains. […]

Nanna Starck

Nanna Starck Work from her oeuvre. “An empty stage, a picture frame still missing its subject, a pedestal on which nothing is placed. Yet. These are some of the elements in Danish artist Nanna Starck’s sculptural practice. Trained at the cross-media department of Wall & Space at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art, Starck […]

Henrik Menné

Henrik Menné Work from his oeuvre. “Whether they are dynamic or static; sculptures by Henrik Menné are basically about process, balance and about organizing matter through both rigid systems and chance. The major part of Mennés production consists of large-scale machines or arrangements temporarily put at work when exhibited – all sculptures are ‘in the […]

Simon Dybbroe Møller

Simon Dybbroe Møller From Hello at Fondazione Giuliani. Press release below. _________ Hello, has a certain non-word-ness about it. It feels more like sound and less like communication of meaning than most words. When Thomas Edison discovered the principle of recorded sound, the first word he yelled into the machine was ‘halloo’. Hello is the […]

Asger Carlsen

Asger Carlsen Work from Wrong. “There’s something about a good sci-fi movie that really sticks in your head — especially if you see it during your formative years. I saw Paul Verhoeven’s Total Recall in the theaters, so I must have been about 15 at the time. There were certain visuals in that film, ie. the […]