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.

Cocktails is a performance by Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen produced for the exhibition "I am not what you see" at Copenhagen Contemporary, 2021

Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen (DK/PH)

Definite and evolved cross-aesthetic expressions play a significant role in Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen’s artistic narratives. Her productions incorporate: the body, performance, scripted texts, music, costumes, and meticulously designed scenography. Through a critical and humorous approach, Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen asks questions about: ethnicity, religion, identity, gender, social relations, and affiliation.

Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen (b. 1970, Manila; PH) represented Denmark at the Venice Biennale in 2011. Her major solo-exhibition "I am not what you see" was presented at Copenhagen Contemporary (DK) in 2021. Her work is included in the permanent collections of Horsens Art Museum (DK), Museum of Contemporary Art (DK), ARoS (DK), and The National gallery of Denmark (DK).

Hybrid Rituals #3: Gynophobia

Epson Premium Luster Photo Paper 260g on dibond, 70 X 103 cm (framed)
2020

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Dragedukker #3

Hahnemühle print ultra smooth on dipond, 220 x 180 cm (framed)
2019

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Lydløs

Greenlandic veins of Western Red Cedar and ash, 250-280 cm
2019

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Re-inventing Domesticity and the Decomposing of the Self with Drawing Room Manila

Installation View: Art Basel, Hong Kong
2018

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Serial Digestion (1-3)

Complete series of three white buttermilk paintings, 300 x 100 cm (each)
2014

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Afghan Hounds, Bachi Bazi

Photography, C-print on Hahnemühle, mounted on dibond, 103 x 70,5 cm (framed)
2011

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Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen, Blood Feathers, installation view, 2021, Andersen’s

Photo by Malle Madsen