Andersen's (DK)

Based in Copenhagen, Andersen’s opened in 2005 with a programme focused around Claus Andersen’s German connections; showcasing predominantly the artists in Berlin he was working with at that time, including Anselm Reyle, Olafur Eliasson, and Tomás Saraceno. Today the gallery represents a variety of emerging and established artists from all over the world.

Curated for
CHART

For CHART 2022, Andersen's is proud to present a solo exhibition by Tomás Saraceno. Saraceno has been working closely together with the gallery for almost 20 years; for this presentation he will be producing new works that will act as a visual introduction to a future installation (envisioned as Saraceno’s largest to date) entitled Cloud City, scheduled to open in Aalborg in 2025.

Tomás Saraceno (AR)

Saraceno’s work with local communities, scientists and institutions around the world aims to seek out a more balanced social equilibrium between human influence, technological innovation and ideas relating to biodiversity. Grounded in the notion that the production of knowledge requires specific material conditions, Saraceno’s project examines the dialogue between different life-forming processes. As an artist, he is committed to re-examining dominant modes of thought and to promoting a worldview that recognises a plurality of perspectives, all vibrating against one another within the social sphere that Saraceno refers to as “The Web of Life”.

Tomás Saraceno (b. 1973, Tucuman) is an Argentina-born, Berlin-based artist, who has been involved in worldwide projects and art installations, including the Venice Biennale 2019. The sold-out exhibition Particular Matter(s) has just finished at The Shed, New York, and the exhibition Cloud Cities in Mirador torre Glòries, Barcelona, has recently opened.

Mirrored Cloud

Stainless steel, polyester rope, monofilament, metal wire, mirror panels, 3 modules / 60 cm
2019

Photo by Studio Tomás Saraceno

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Aerosolar Canis Maior

Polyester rope, velvet rope, hand blown glass spheres, traces of breath, 159.5 x 60.0 x 60.0 cm. each sphere: 20 cm, 60 cm, 18 cm diameter
2018

Photo by Studio Tomás Saraceno

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Installation view: Cloud Cities Barcelona

2022

Courtesy of Studio Tomás Saraceno and Mirador torre Glòries. Photo by Studio Tomás Saraceno.

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Calder Upside Down 29/20.5/15.5/12.5

215.5 x 120.5 x 52.0 cm
2017

Photo by Studio Tomás Saraceno

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Complex H

Acrylic, carbon fibre, spidersilk, 45,5 x 70 x 70 cm
2013

Photo by Studio Tomás Saraceno

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Iridescent Cloud

5 Modules / 30 cm
2019

Photo by Studio Tomás Saraceno

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Installation view: ARIA, Palazzo Strozzi, Florence

2022

Photo by Studio Tomás Saraceno

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Tomás Saraceno, Omega Centauri 3.9, 2018, Ordrupgaard