ANDERSEN’S

Mandy El-Sayegh, Net-Grid (Jehova 2), 2019, oil and mixed media on linen, 235 x 225.1 cm.
Photo by Malle Madsen. Courtesy the artist and Andersen’s

Mandy El-Sayegh (UK, b. 1985)
Anna Fro Vodder (DK, b. 1974)
Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen (DK, b. 1970)

Central to the presentation are significant new paintings by El-Sayegh. Worked by silk-screening directly onto the canvas, the net-grids contain layered surfaces of images, texts and materials that draw on memories from the artist’s life and personal history, overlaid with a hand-painted grid.

Anna Fro Vodder presents work that investigate the contrast between cultures, that the artist recognizes as artificial and inorganic, and its contradiction in nature - which is pure, raw and wild.

Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen's practice is based on performance art, transformed into different media. She universalises her narratives in a critical and humorous approach to issues such as identity, culture, gender, and social relations.

Behind the scenes

Take a look inside Mandy El-Sayegh’s studio in London. Here you will get a deeper understanding of her work processes and different stages of her projects.

 

Gallerist Claus Andersen from Andersen’s and gallerist Ben Loveless from Galerie Nordenhake talk about the challenges and opportunities post corona