Art Calendar

We can't wait to see you at CHART, 24 – 27 August at Charlottenborg in the heart of Copenhagen. Make sure to also visit these standout shows at our Copenhagen based galleries and the leading Nordic institutions that we are proudly partnering with for CHART 2023.

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  • Denmark
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  • Iceland
  • Sweden
  • Germany
  • Austria
  • England
  • Italy

Date

Venue

Exhibition

City

Country

  • 1 Mar—19 Apr

    Etage Projects

    Group Exhibition: Hardbending

    Copenhagen

    Denmark

    Etage Projects is pleased to present Hard Bending. A presentation of works by artists represented by the gallery, in combination with a series of display pieces created by Cristina Roman Diaz. The works shown resonates with the bended shapes and tension of the display structures. Bended and softened hard materials, soft materials pulled and hardened.


    Danish artist Ditte Gantriis presents a giant Wicker basket, FOS presents Saltworks, made from a chemical reaction containing oxygen, water and salt. Minjae Kim vases are made of textile hardened by fiberglass, Soft Baroque´s Diet Wood series is made by bending larch veneer.


    HARD BENDING was a series of pieces designed for the exhibition “Full of days” at Kunsthal Charlottenborg curated by South into North.

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    Group Exhibition, Hardbending, 2024

    Courtesy of the artist and Etage Projects

  • 22 Mar—19 Apr

    CF Hill

    Isak Hall

    Stockholm

    Sweden

    Isak Hall, a renowned artist known for his exploration of the ethereal, invites us to delve into the enigmatic landscapes of his latest exhibition. Building on the foundations from his previous works, Fatamorgana from Bror Hjorth museum in Uppsala, and Atlas at CFHILL, Hall’s new collection serves as a continuation of his artistic journey, offering viewers a glimpse into realms beyond the confines of reality, beyond narratives, time and space. Here, each painting is an exploration of the unknown, where mirages dance on the horizon and dreams intertwine with reality.

    What sets Hall’s work apart is not just the subject matter, but the profound craftsmanship and painting methodology that underpins each brushstroke. Inspired by ancient techniques and Renaissance masters, Hall employs a blend of precious natural pigments, tempera, oil, and varnish on panel, which breathes life into his visions with a depth and luminosity rarely seen in contemporary art.

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    Isak Hall, 2024

    Courtesy of the artist and CF Hill

  • 15 Mar—20 Apr

    Persons Projects

    Ea Vasko: Reflecting Spatiality

    Berlin

    Germany

    Ea Vasko can easily be called one of the most innovative artists from the Helsinki School. She has been working abstractly since the beginning of her artistic career, with her work taking an outstanding position within the Finnish art scene of the early 2000s. Staying true to her initial ideas, her work questions the basic principles of photography from the act of seeing to the objectivity of an image.


    Furthermore, she interrogates the different mechanisms of human perception, such as valuation or categorization. Vasko’s interests lie in an urban environments ability to fluidly move and change over the course of time. She utilizes reflections as a method of testing the limits of abstraction, sometimes driving her initially figurative subjects to a point beyond recognition.

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    Ea Vasko, #15, 2009

    Courtesy of the artist and Persons Projects

  • 9 Mar—20 Apr

    Dorothée Nilsson Gallery

    Gerry Johansson and Andreas Johnen: Being human, Being material

    Berlin

    Germany

    Gerry Johansson works with the three symbols of nature – water, rock and foliage – from which he gains his inspiration. Johansson’s collection of photographs shows his search to absorb and understand the Japanese culture.


    Through a ritualistic, semi-complex process based on repetition and the use of large amounts of watercolour, paper, and paint, what appears to be an infinite amount of time emerges in Andreas Johnen’s work.

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    Gerry Johansson, Iyomishima, Japan, 1999

    Courtesy of the artist and Dorothée Nilsson Gallery

  • 15 Mar—20 Apr

    Galleri Specta

    Group Exhibition: She Suffers So Much More

    Copenhagen

    Denmark

    SPECTA’s new exhibition borrows its title She Suffers So Much More from the fairytale The Little Mermaid by Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen from 1837. The works presented deal with bodily manifestations of modification, transformation and of being in between different states. This exhibition features works by Thordis Adalsteinsdottir, Frances Goodman, and Martha Hviid.


    The original fairytale about The Little Mermaid is very unlike today’s Disney versions... In the original story, the mermaid doesn’t get her prince in the end, and she is forced to make choices, sacrifice and to define and re-define her position. The physical body of the mermaid is the obvious symbol of a complex set of choices, desires and struggles which are fundamental to many of us.

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    Thordis Adalsteinsdottir, Upstairs Neighbor, 2021

    Courtesy of artist and SPECTA

  • 7 Mar—20 Apr

    Saskia Neuman Gallery

    Kasper Nordenström: Spegeldansen — Mirror Dance

    Stockholm

    Sweden

    Kasper Nordenström exhibition Spegeldansen — Mirror Dance presents a suite of new works, painting, and sculpture. In almost tandem with an ode to the Arte Povera movement, the artist has created a visual language that engages a minimal, stripped down but expressive world, where raw canvas meets the lack of color, metal structures end up occupying a cold environment, bees wax is formed and molded into new shapes, and where time is illustrated with mirrors painted with linseed oil — a process that can take several months, at times up to a year.


    With a clear influence of artists such as Donald Judd, Nordenström plays with expectations, both his own and the viewers, occupying all our senses in his exploration of new methods of meeting material, their meaning and thereby creating new context.

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    Kasper Nordenström, 'Dubbla Budskap', 2021

    Courtesy of the artist and Saskia Neuman Gallery

  • 16 Mar—20 Apr

    Galleri Magnus Karlsson

    Mamma Andersson: After Hill

    Stockholm

    Sweden

    Galleri Magnus Karlsson is delighted to present Mamma Andersson's seventh solo exhibition at the gallery, After Hill. It is a continuation – and conclusion – of the exhibition tour About Hill that she did together with the artist Tal R. In After Hill, Mamma Andersson has made a curated selection of her paintings from the museum exhibition, which are presented together with new works. It is her first solo exhibition in Stockholm and Sweden since 2012.


    In the exhibition About Hill, Mamma Andersson and Tal R took their starting point in the works of Swedish artist C.F. Hill (1849-1911). Hill's artistry functioned as a catalyst for their works, and they were presented in dialogue with a large selection of his later drawings. In the new exhibition, Mamma Andersson's paintings are lifted out of context and allowed to write their own story. Hill is still there as a conversational partner in the background, but we can approach Andersson's personal, and in some cases self-revealing, imagery in depth.

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    Mamma Andersson, Samtal – Fall / Conversation Fall, 2022

    Courtesy of the artist and Galleri Magnus Karlsson

  • 15 Mar—20 Apr

    STANDARD (OSLO)

    Peter Opsvik

    Oslo

    Norway

    STANDARD (OSLO) is proud to present a solo exhibition with artworks of Peter Opsvik spanning from 1989-2009.


    The human brain is hardwired to resist change. Change is a threat to our system and our bodies protect us from it through the chemical release of hormones. Change is pain. We are settled in our patterns, our routines, and more fundamentally our mindsets. This "protection" hampers our ability to digest new information and it therefore takes concentrated effort to break our outlook and be receptive to new ways of seeing, thinking and appreciating. The disciplines of Peter Opsvik challenge and expand our core understanding of the basics-what it means to sit in a chair, create music, or in the gallery context, to approach an artwork on the wall.

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    Peter Opsvik, Untitled, 1998

    Courtesy of the artist and STANDARD (OSLO). Photo by Vegard Kleven

  • 22 Feb—20 Apr

    i8

    Ragnar Kjartansson: Mother And Child, Gin and Tonic

    Reykjavík

    Iceland

    I8 Gallery is pleased to announce Mother and Child, Gin and Tonic, an exhibition of new paintings by Ragnar Kjartansson.

    Mediums are indelibly linked throughout Kjartansson's practice: paintings are performative, films are painterly, and performances are sculptural. In capturing scenes of working from his studio and home, Kjartansson continues his interest in exploring the spectacular and the nature of painting. Throughout these works, life appears still, but they resonate with the characters who are just out of view.

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    Ragnar Kjartansson

  • 15 Mar—20 Apr

    STANDARD (OSLO)

    Tuda Muda: Bella

    Oslo

    Norway

    STANDARD (OSLO) is proud to present the second solo exhibition at the gallery by Trondheim-based Tuda Muda, focused on a new series of oil-pastel works on paper.


    "Bella" originated at sea. More precisely, on a journey back to Trondheim from Bergen, via Ålesund. The trip had shortly followed the artist's first exhibition with the gallery in early 2022, and she had settled to return by the Hurtigruten coastal route, having previously not taken advantage of such a travel option during her time in Norway.

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    Tuda Muda, Bella #32, 2023

    Courtesy of the artist and STANDARD (OSLO). Photo by Vegard Kleven

  • 14 Mar—20 Apr

    OSL Contemporary

    Vibeke Slyngstad: Wild Weeds

    Oslo

    Norway

    OSL Contemporary is pleased to present 'Wild Weeds', a solo exhibition by Vibeke Slyngstad. The continuation of a series which Vibeke Slyngstad began in 2019, the five new paintings started at the end of summer 2023 and created for this solo exhibition at OSL Contemporary in Oslo in early spring 2024 appear full of promise for the arrival of the season.


    Entitled Wild Weeds and numbered one to five in the sequence in which they were painted, Slyngstad’s series of canvases presents close-up depictions of undergrowth from ground level, as if from the viewpoint of creatures just born into this emerging world. The sunlight is so bright that it bleaches out some of the blades of grass and occasional flowers that have reached the faint horizons. The skies are almost pure white, though a gentle yellow permeates the atmosphere. Beyond a sense of this being golden, evening light, there is no intimation of time in these serene scenes of natural beauty

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    Vibeke Slyngstad, Wild Weeds I, 2023

    Courtesy of the artist and OSL Contemporary

  • 8 Mar—27 Apr

    Eighteen

    Lulu Kaalund: It’s More Like an Obsession

    Copenhagen

    Denmark

    Eighteen is pleased to present 'It’s More Like an Obsession', a solo exhibition by Lulu Kaalund. Abstract tableaus, crafted with yarn, thread and pearls and mounted on wooden skeletons. The vivid and organic compositions actively engage the use of void, leaving space for the mind to wonder. Loopholes to other dimensions. Spaces to disappear or re-appear. The new works have an other-worldly quality to them, contemporary and ancient, as if they have always been with us in mind and now for the first time in physical form. An unspoken prehistoric language of abstraction. Portals to uncharted experiences.

    With an extraordinarily well-developed sense for composition and colour work, Lulu Kaalund’s approach to crochet is rare. Working intuitively and only by hand, she often commences without a set strategy; the works emerge slowly and organically, spanning wall hung works, installations, wearable pieces and large-scale tapestries. Gripped by an urge to create, Kaalund appears as a medium destined to deliver wild, seductive, and self-willed works to us from another plane of existence.

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    Lulu Kaalund, It’s More Like an Obsession, 2024

    Courtesy of the artist and Eighteen

  • 8 Mar—27 Apr

    V1 Gallery

    Mads Hilbert: Verdure

    Copenhagen

    Denmark

    V1 Gallery is pleased to present 'Verdure', a solo exhibition by Mads Hilbert at V1 Gallery's new gallery space at Slagtehusgade 44D.


    Enter the green. Over the threshold into the painting. Through the painting into a verdant sea. Enclosed by vegetation. Dormant, sprouting, bolting, lush and dying. Endless cycles. Paintings as flower beds. Seasonal. Earthworms, flower onions, moist soil, weeds, butterflies, seeds, bright and murky hues of organic matter ingrained in the canvas. Paintings as portals. Momentarily engulfed by the sensation of vegetation. Photosynthesis on canvas. Pigment and light. Blooming. Figures wrapped in tapestries of foliage. Compositions becoming and unraveling simultaneously. Vibrating continuously.

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    Mads Hilbert, Bed, 2024

    Courtesy of the artist and V1 Gallery

  • 5 Apr—28 Apr

    Galleri Cora Hillebrand

    Emanuel Cederqvist and Sara Nielsen Bonde

    Göteborg

    Sweden

    Galleri Cora Hillebrand is pleased to announce the opening of an exhibition by Emanuel Cederqvist and Sara Nielsen Bonde.

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    Emanuel Cederqvist and Sara Nielsen Bonde, Installation View, 2024

    Courtesy of the artist and Galleri Cora Hillebrand

  • 5 Apr—28 Apr

    MELK

    Erik Gustafsson: A House of Clay

    Oslo

    Norway

    MELK is excited to present the third solo exhibition by Swedish artist Erik Gustafsson titled 'A House of Clay'. Erik Gustafsson places his conceptual and contextual photographic process in dialogue with a simple premise, a truism of photography: to elevate the everyday, to find meaning and take seriously the smallest of occurrences in ordinary life, and to invoke a sense of gratitude and wonder toward consciousness, sensing and feeling. Sometimes excessively normal, elsewhere tender and intimate, later dense and complex, Gustafsson’s warm slices of life are digested in the darkroom, where the technical processes of photography fall in on themselves, becoming embedded in the image: collapsing the space between process and final product.

    Balancing consciousness and coincidence, Gustafsson’s moments of magical realism speak of a permanence, a perpetual present, where the continually unfinished image can always be, at a later stage, altered, manipulated and reshaped. Gustafsson’s work is a structure that is built to collapse and resurrect again and again in new ways.

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    Erik Gustafsson, A House of Clay, Installation View, 2024

    Courtesy of the artist and MELK

  • 5 Apr—4 May

    Gallery Steinsland Berliner

    Elina Eriksson: Så ock på jorden

    Stockholm

    Sweden

    Gallery Steinsland Berliner is pleased to present Så ock på jorden, an exhibition by Swedish artist Elina Eriksson. This is the artist’s debut solo exhibition following her graduation from The Royal Institute of Art in 2022. Så ock på jorden is comprised of paintings on canvas and paper that congregate in a jubilant outpouring of colour and earnest sentiment.

    Elina Eriksson’s visual stylings exist in the space between intuitive abstraction and descriptive familiarity. Swift and supple strokes of prismatic colour flow across the surfaces, like driven forward by the wind or other elemental forces, assembling as invigorative visions of life itself. Eriksson’s paintings convey an esoteric ambiguity that correlates the flow of windswept nature with the veins spindling through our bodies, suggesting that there exists a common plane of understanding for all that is living.

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    Elina Eriksson, 2024

    Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Steinsland Berliner

  • 4 Apr—5 May

    Galerie Anhava

    Noora Schroderus: M.O

    Helsinki

    Finland

    Noora Schroderus’s second solo exhibition at Galerie Anhava is titled M.O. (Modus Operandi). The Latin term refers to a person's typical way of functioning, and is often used in the context of criminal investigations. Noora Schroderus’s modus operandi is to examine humanity by manipulating materials and meanings, often with a dash of self-irony thrown in. Alongside scale and form, words and rules tend to stretch in unexpected directions in her work. Composed from letters made of brass, plastic, chalk and other materials, the overarching theme of the exhibition asks: What’s in the box? What lies behind words? Why is it so?

    The new sculptures move from bare conceptualism towards insightful materiality and sharp humour. Schroderus examines power and gender, questions authorities and looks upon rules with reservation.

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    Noora Schroderus, Reference Letter, 2023

    Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Anhava

  • 5 Apr—11 May

    BERG Contemporary

    John Zurier and Kees Visser: Where we are

    Reykjavík

    Iceland

    Is time travel possible within the object or act of painting? And does the past always linger in the present? The paintings of Kees Visser and John Zurier converse in many respects. They paint abstract color field paintings, consisting of many layers. However, there is a clear difference between their works and their artistic methods are different.

    Repetition – memory – intuition. John and Kees agree that they don't really think when they paint, and neither seek self-expression. They use intuition, body memory and repetition. They know what they are doing, without thinking about it. They know the way, their own path, which they have found themselves. Kees with a method he has developed throughout his artistic career, John in search of ever-disappearing moments with haunted brushstrokes.

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    John Zurier, Morning, 2023

    Courtesy of the artist and BERG Contemporary

  • 12 Apr—12 May

    Andersen's

    Fernanda Galvão: Sibila

    Copenhagen

    Denmark

    Andersen's is pleased to announce the opening of Fernanda Galvãos solo show, 'Sibila'. Immersed in deep blues and blacks, her landscapes and inanimate beings retain something of the psyche itself, which insinuates itself between the dreamlike, memory, and fabulation.

    Among corals, anemones, seaweeds, and scallops, new carnivorous plants emerge in these environments, heralding a new future. As in her most recent painting “Tube Feet, Spine Teeth” (2024), a large echinoderm surrounded by pedicellariae and ambulacral feet resembles a large mouth expelling and sucking up all that liquid. It is its scale and intense red that confer something animalistic and lively to the form, reinforcing the ambiguity and strangeness of its presence.

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    Fernanda Galvão, The hills muttered and dreamed of falling in the sea, 2023

    Courtesy of the artist and Andersen's

  • 5 Apr—18 May

    Matteo Cantarella

    Julia Selin: Julia Selin knows nothing about the trees

    Copenhagen

    Denmark

    Matteo Cantarella is pleased to announce ‘Julia Selin knows nothing about the trees’, a solo exhibition of new paintings by Swedish artist Julia Selin. This is the artist’s first exhibition with the gallery, and first solo show in Denmark. Selins dark paintings take you beneath the surface and reveal a kind of landscape that has elements of both the figurative and abstract.

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    Julia Selin knows nothing about the trees, Installation View, 2024

    Courtesy of the artist and Matteo Cantarella

  • 11 Apr—18 May

    Andréhn-Schiptjenko

    Mark Frygell: Fiction of the Village in Frames

    Stockholm

    Sweden

    Andréhn-Schiptjenko is delighted to present 'Fiction of the Village in Frames', Mark Frygell’s third solo exhibition at the gallery. Mark Frygell's enigmatic paintings feature visual fantasy environments with sculpted, painted and patterned surfaces in oil. Drawing inspiration from art history, game art, folklore and mythology, the artist transcends specific cultural boundaries but often emphasizes caricature, the grotesque and the comic.


    'Fiction of the Village in Frames' showcases the artist’s particular approach in blending traditional painting techniques with computer software, especially 3D engines. At the heart of the exhibition are fourteen paintings, created in chronological order, which combine 3D models and AI-generated imagery reinterpreted through painting.

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    Mark Frygell, Drawing By The Pond, 2024

    Courtesy of the artist and Andréhn-Schiptjenko

  • 4 Apr—19 May

    NEVVEN BOLOGNA

    Group Exhibition: Il Sorriso Degli Dèi

    Bologna

    Italy

    'Il Sorriso Degli Dèi', [The Smile of the Gods] is a three person show featuring works by internationally acclaimed Swedish artist Klara Kristalova, Malmö based Swedish artist Emelie Sandström and Austrian artist Anna Schachinger. Blending three very different practices, the exhibition is entitled from a line of Cesare Pavese’s peculiar oeuvre Dialoghi con Leucò, where the Italian author imagined apocryphal dialogues between some of the most famous figures of the Greek mythology and used these characters as an excuse to reflect on myth, relations, and eventually, art itself.

    Within an intergenerational perspective and caught in between Nordic myth and religion, fable and queerness, unruliness and feminism, the protagonists of this exhibition are women, as in many of the dialogues by Pavese and in the pan-European mythology. As Medea, Helen and Calypso did at the time of our ancient ancestors, Kristalova, Sandström and Schachinger’s art bring us far from reality and at the same time closer to our own selves, in a magical and feminine world filled with powerful symbols.

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    Klara Kristalova, The Dense Rays of the Sun, 2020

    Courtesy of the artist and NEVVEN. Photo by Carl Henrik Tillberg

  • 6 Apr—19 May

    Þula

    Guðmundur Thoroddsen: Skriður // Drifts

    Reykjavík

    Iceland

    Þula is proud to present "Skriður // Drifts," a solo exhibition of new works by the Reykjavík-based painter Guðmundur Thoroddsen

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    Guðmundur Thoroddsen, Untitled, 2024

    Courtesy of the artist and Þula

  • 4 Apr—19 May

    NEVVEN BOLOGNA

    Letizia Lucchetti: Mock Yourself

    Bologna

    Italy

    Mock Yourself is the first solo show by Bologna based Italian artist Letizia Lucchetti, presenting in the form of a carnivalesque parade of figures, a new body of paintings which explores an intuition and looks like a celebration. Can masquerading be a way of expressing our own true self?

    The answer comes in an intuitive and powerful style, where realistic portraiture is abandoned by Lucchetti in favour of a gestural process, and reality is recalled only by the funny and humorous characters hidden on the surface of these often large canvases. Carnival itself is a festivity historically loaded of symbols, and Lucchetti makes use of them all as a way to bring us all in her parade of masks, where dogs are in a harlequin costume and figures dance in a world upside down.

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    Letizia Lucchetti, Prince of Dreams, 2023

    Courtesy of the artist and NEVVEN

  • 5 Apr—19 May

    Helsinki Contemporary

    Ville Andersson: Undertones

    Helsinki

    Finland

    Helsinki Contemporary takes pride in hosting Ville Andersson’s fifth solo exhibition this April. 'Undertones' highlights the medium of drawing as a mode of being present and observing oneself and how one’s relationship with one’s surroundings keeps changing. The exhibition presents a powerful and cohesive body of work on paper that gains dynamism from subtle rhythmic accents and carefully placed surprises.

    Andersson grounds us in core experiences of everyday reality using classic elements: pen, paper, hand and eye – ways of reaching out and touching to which everyone can easily relate. He masterfully builds tension through a dialogue of familiar and unknown elements, marrying the recognizable with the uncanny. His wily chiaroscuro leads the eye into details that reveal themselves to be part of an all-encompassing unity

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    Ville Andersson, 2024

    Courtesy of the artist and Helsinki Contemporary

  • 13 Apr—23 May

    C.C.C.

    Julie Falk: There is no outside of language

    Copenhagen

    Denmark

    C.C.C. is proud to present 'There is no outside of language' a solo exhibition of works by Julie Falk.

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    Julie Falk

    Courtesy of the artist and C.C.C.

  • 5 Apr—25 May

    Galleri Susanne Ottesen

    Morten Buch: Nuovo

    Copenhagen

    Denmark

    To think of linguistics, and of language as a system of possibilities, is almost natural when one observes the production of Morten Buch, a singular and vast champion of forms that, as has been observed, combine the coldness of Danish expressionism with the everyday repertoire of American pop art and with the simplicity typical of minimalism.

    A production that, for the past fifteen years or so, has taken on a precise direction: Morten Buch’s art abounds with still lifes filled with subjects familiar to all. No exoticism, no affectation, no impudence, no singular presence, just the objects that anyone would find at home. At times manifesting themselves as ordinary, easily recognisable presences, at other times more challenging, presenting themselves to the eyes of the beholder with forms deviating from common perception.

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    Morten Buch, White Vase, 2024

    Courtesy of the artist and Galleri Susanne Ottesen

  • 12 Apr—25 May

    palace enterprise

    Nanna Debois Buhl: One pixel is imagined. One thread is dreamt.

    Copenhagen

    Denmark

    The artworks in the exhibition explore the interplay of material and abstract practices through strategies that intertwine the computational processing of weaving-related data with chemical reactions evocative of quasi-magical phenomena. On an LED screen facing the gallery's window, seven artist-coded generative algorithms, inspired by early computer art and system-based poetry, continually elaborate linguistic content drawn from various texts on weaving. Each algorithm is programmed for a day of the week, shifting at midnight. At the opposite end of the space, five photograms, a technique where exposure to light creates images directly on photographic paper, show lacy, hand-woven wiring of
    computer memory and electronic parts allegedly belonging to NASA's Apollo missions’ computers.

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    Nanna Debois Buhl, Woven Equations, 2024

    Courtesy of the artist and palace enterprise

  • 13 Apr—25 May

    Wilson Saplana Gallery

    SPRING SHOW

    Copenhagen

    Denmark

    It is with great pleasure that Wilson Saplana Gallery can welcome you to the gallery's first SPRING SHOW, which is a group exhibition with all the gallery's represented artists: Maiken Bent, Ida Thorhauge, Jens Settergren, Jytte Rex, Mette Winckelmann, Mikkel Ørsted, Maria Wæhrens, Niels Pugholm, Miriam Kongstad, Hannah Heilmann, Kim Richard Adler Mejdahl and Hannah Toticki.

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    Mikkel Ørsted, 2024

    Courtesy of the artist and Wilson Saplana Gallery

  • 18 Jan—18 Dec

    i8 Gallery

    Andreas Eriksson: Real Time

    Reykjavik

    Iceland

    i8 Gallery is pleased to present Real Time, a year-long exhibition by Andreas Eriksson at i8 Grandi. The presentation opens on 18 January and will be on view until 18 December 2024. Throughout the year, the show will evolve with the addition of one new painting a month, all the same size, concluding with twelve paintings in December. In the adjunct gallery room, Eriksson presents a new edition in the form of a calendar, which is printed in an edition of 366 to reflect the length of this year.

    Eriksson’s exhibition is the third year-long presentation at i8 Grandi, following B. Ingrid Olson in 2023 and Alicja Kwade in 2022. Spanning far longer than traditional museum or gallery shows, i8 Grandi’s programming focuses on concepts of space and time. The sustained duration of the annual format allows artists to consider how time affects their work, and the fluidity encourages audiences to revisit the changing installations. This exhibition marks Eriksson’s second show with i8.

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    Andreas Eriksson, Real Time, Installation View, 2024

    Courtesy of the artist and i8 Gallery