C.C.C. (DK)

Founded in 2018 by Simon Rasmussen, C.C.C. focuses on conceptual, critical, and sociopolitical practices by emerging local and international artists. The gallery represents artists whose work explore a variety of media, from sculpture and painting to video and photography.

Curated for
CHART

For CHART 2022, C.C.C. will present a body of recent works by Andreas Albrectsen, Mads Lindberg, Lulu Refn and Rasmus Røhling. The presentation will include an eclectic selection of works in a wide variety of media, ranging from large-scale pastel drawing to painting, video installation and sculpture.

Andreas Albrectsen, Untitled (Nubes Negras), 2020, (detail), photo by Brian Kure

Mads Lindberg, Untitled (Boots), 2021, oil on canvas, 180 x 178 cm

Lulu Refn, Keeper (Green), 2021, styrofoam, merino wool, MDF, 22 x 44 x 11 cm

Rasmus Røhling, Lazaret (diptych), 2022, utility ventilator, flexible PVC duct, zip-off hiking pants, steel, oil on canvas (Ø17 cm each), dimensions vary with installation

Andreas Albrectsen (DK/BR)

Andreas Albrectsen's practice revolves around a conceptual approach to drawing. Based on screen captures from operating systems, search engines and social media, his work embodies the solitude connected to the user experience. Questioning forms of authenticity, he continually examines various types of screenscapes. Through a labour-intensive translation process from pixel to pigment powder, he describes a digitalized representation of nature - related to the idea of the eromocene. Albrectsen's drawings smoothen the discrepancies between the virtual and the physical surface.

Andreas Albrectsen (b. 1986, Copenhagen; DK) lives and works in Copenhagen. He has exhibited widely across Europe, including: Malmö Konsthall (SE), Skissernas Museum (SE), ARoS (DK), SMK (DK), BOZAR (BE), and Maison Descartes (NL). Albrectsen's works are in the collection of SMK - the National Gallery of Denmark (DK), Malmö Art Museum (SE), The New Carlsberg Foundation (DK), and Region Skåne (SE). Upcoming exhibitions include: Gabinete Lisbon (PT), Galeria Anita Schwartz (BR) and C.C.C. (DK).

Stationary

Installation view
2020

Photo by Martin Brink

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Untitled (Dynamic Desert)

Charcoal on paper, 232 x 140 cm
2020

Collection of Region Skåne
Photo by Martin Brink

 

Untitled (Dynamic Desert II)

Charcoal and pastel dust on paper, 140 x 246 cm
2020

Collection of Malmö Art Museum
Photo by Malle Madsen

 

Untitled (Dynamic Desert II), detail

Charcoal and pastel dust on paper, 140 x 246 cm
2020

Collection of Malmö Art Museum
Photo by Malle Madsen

 

Bella

Installation view
2021

Photo by Brian Kure

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Untitled (Bella)

Graphite pencil on paper, 215,5 x 114,5 cm
2021

Collection of The New Carlsberg Foundation
Photo by Brian Kure

 

Untitled (Bella), detail

Graphite pencil on paper, 215,5 x 114,5 cm
2021

Collection of The New Carlsberg Foundation
Photo by Brian Kure

 

Bella

Installation view
2021

Photo by Brian Kure

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Untitled (UK Forecast)

Graphite pencil on paper. Framed (UV glass), 36 x 55 cm
2020

Photo by Brian Kure

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Untitled (UK Forecast), detail

Graphite pencil on paper. Framed (UV glass), 36 x 55 cm
2020

Photo by Brian Kure

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Untitled (Europe Forecast)

Graphite pencil on paper. Framed (UV glass), 36 x 55 cm
2020

Photo by Brian Kure

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Untitled (Europe Forecast), detail

Graphite pencil on paper. Framed (UV glass), 36 x 55 cm
2020

Photo by Brian Kure

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Andreas Albrectsen in his studio

Mads Lindberg (DK)

The starting point of Mads Lindberg’s practice is found imagery, that he appropriates and re- elaborates with the aim of questioning its material, formal, symbolic and economic meanings. The action of translating discarded paintings, spotted in thrift stores and flea markets, into his own artworks is for Lindberg a way to approach the canvas from a detached and analytical point of view. This allows Lindberg to carry on a systematic study of painting as medium, while avoiding the implications connected to the mystic aura surrounding the "artist at work". In Lindberg's vision, every image has the right to exist beyond its aesthetic quality, and for this reason it should belong to a circular economy that trespass the parameters imposed by the hierarchic and elitist art market.

Mads Lindberg (b. 1984, Copenhagen; DK) He has exhibited widely across Europe and The United States, including: Kyoto Art Center (JP), Henie Onstad Kunstsenter (NO), Museet for Samtidskunst (DK), Simian (DK), JIR SANDEL (DK), Freddy (US) and C.C.C. (DK).

Sclupture 3D

Installation view
2022

 

Untitled (Mallorcan Mystery)

Styrofoam, PU foam, wood glue and acrylic paint, 160 x 106 x 68 cm
2022

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Untitled (Reclining Beauty)

Styrofoam, PU foam, wood glue and acrylic paint, 138 x 90 x 187 cm
2022

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Untitled (Puff)

Styrofoam, PU foam, wood glue and acrylic paint, 136 x 80 x 155 cm
2022

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Sclupture 3D

Installation view
2022

 

Untitled (Chicken)

Styrofoam, PU foam, wood glue and acrylic paint, 120 x 127 x 70 cm
2022

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Untitled (Stink Foot)

Styrofoam, PU foam, wood glue and acrylic paint, 87 x 106 x 146 cm
2022

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Untitled (Easel Painting)

Styrofoam, PU foam, wood glue and acrylic paint, 125 x 100 x 44 cm
2022

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Untitled

Oil on found painting, 33 x 42,5 cm
2022

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Untitled (Pooches)

Oil on canvas, 180 x 230 cm
2021

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Untitled (Batman and Robin)

Oil on canvas, 180 x 140 cm
2022

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Untitled (Blue Foot)

Oil on canvas, 180 x 254 cm
2021

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Untitled (Boots)

Oil on canvas, 180 x 178 cm
2021

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Mads Lindberg, Mute unmute, 2022, Installation view at C.C.C.

Lulu Refn (DK)

Lulu Refn primarily works with sculpture and installation. Her fascination with creating an atmosphere or mood with sculptural elements is based on producing imitations of previous affiliations and constructing a new context. By redefining and examining their meaning, she explores the ambiguity of references. Basing her process on systems, she creates a structure of serial components that are then introduced to new variations. Refn works from a fluid understanding of both the spatial and physical, an idea that everything is only held in place by the reality one has determined.

Lulu Refn (b. 1989) lives and works in Copenhagen. Her work has shows across Denmark, including: Kunstscenen XYZ (DK), Fabrikken for Kunst og Design (DK), Tom Christoffersen (DK), Kunsthal Charlottenborg (DK) and C.C.C. (DK). Upcoming: Den Frie Udstillingsbygning (DK).

A2070 & Keeper (Green)

Powder coated MDF, PU Model board, 56 x 123 x 19 cm & Styrofoam, merino wool, MDF, 22 x 44 x 11 cm (each)
2021

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Keeper (Green)

Styrofoam, merino wool, MDF, 22 x 44 x 11 cm
2021

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Hunter

Thermoformed Plexiglass, mirrored Plexiglass, fishing wire, 28 x 47 X 4,5 cm
2021

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Hunter

Thermoformed Plexiglass, mirrored Plexiglass, fishing wire, 28 x 47 X 4,5 cm
2021

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A0025

Powder coated MDF, PU Model board, 220 x 38,5 x 36 cm
2021

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A0025 (detail)

Powder coated MDF, PU Model board, 220 x 38,5 x 36 cm
2021

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Solo

Installation view at C.C.C.
2021

 

A2078

Powder coated MDF, PU Model board, 56 x 56 x 19 cm
2021

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Keeper (Black)

Styrofoam, merino wool, silk, MDF, 23 x 23 x 23 cm
2021

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Allure

Installation view at C.C.C.
2019

 

Allure

Installation view at C.C.C.
2019

 

Untitled

Plaster, grafital, 95 x 22 x 18 cm
2019

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Untitled

Plaster, grafital, 114 x 24 x 22 cm
2019

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Lulu Refn, Solo, 2021, Installation view at C.C.C.

Rasmus Røhling (DK)

Rasmus Røhling is an artist based in Copenhagen who works in video and sculpture. His recent work has dealt with the representation of male eccentricity/male crisis throughout art history and how this iconification relates to current political issues. In Røhling’s practice, dealing with representation is just as much about withholding and re-coding “images”, as it is about creating new ones. In his works Røhling often hijacks existing images, objects or phenomena, as to indoctrinate- and re-associate them with new meanings.

Rasmus Røhling (b. 1982) lives and works in Copenhagen. He has exhibited widely across Europe and The United States, including: Artist Space (US), Museum für Gegenwartskunst (DE), Culturgest (PT), SMK (DK), Sismógrafo (PT), Inter Arts Center (SE), and Den Frie Udstillingsbygning (DK).

Grommets

Installation view at C.C.C.
2020

 

Proposal for the sculpture “Autopsy (John Allen Chau)” at The Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde

Epoxy, polyethylene, wood, metal, oil paint, oil on canvas, acrylic paint, latex, nylon, fabric, feathers, power washed gravel, SLA print, approximately 150 x 180 x 125cm
2020

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Rasmus Røhling. Proposal for the sculpture “Autopsy (John Allen Chau)” at The Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde (detail)

Epoxy, polyethylene, wood, metal, oil paint, oil on canvas, acrylic paint, latex, nylon, fabric, feathers, power washed gravel, SLA print, approximately 150 x 180 x 125cm
2020

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Proposal for the sculpture “Autopsy (John Allen Chau)” at The Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde (detail)

Epoxy, polyethylene, wood, metal, oil paint, oil on canvas, acrylic paint, latex, nylon, fabric, feathers, power washed gravel, SLA print, approximately 150 x 180 x 125cm
2020

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Proposal for the sculpture “Autopsy (John Allen Chau)” at The Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde (detail)

Epoxy, polyethylene, wood, metal, oil paint, oil on canvas, acrylic paint, latex, nylon, fabric, feathers, power washed gravel, SLA print, approximately 150 x 180 x 125cm
2020

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Grommets

Installation view at C.C.C.
2020

 

Hodegetria

(Still) HD video, 3:33 min
2020

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Township of Secaucus

Inkjet on paper encapsulated in epoxy, wood, ultramarine pigment, car paint, 56 x 42 cm
2021

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Township of Secaucus (detail)

Inkjet on paper encapsulated in epoxy, wood, ultramarine pigment, car paint, 56 x 42 cm
2021

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Lazaret (diptych)

Utility ventilator, flexible PVC duct, zip-off hiking pants, steel, oil on canvas (Ø17 cm each), dimensions vary with installation
2022

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Lazaret (diptych, detail)

Utility ventilator, flexible PVC duct, zip-off hiking pants, steel, oil on canvas (Ø17 cm each), dimensions vary with installation
2022

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Live X-ray feed of Michel Sittow’s portrait of King Christian II, painted in 1515, currently in the collection of Statens Museum for Kunst

DV video on loop 23min, mixed media, dimensions vary with installation
2022

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Live X-ray feed of Michel Sittow’s portrait of King Christian II, painted in 1515, currently in the collection of Statens Museum for Kunst (detail)

DV video on loop 23min, mixed media, dimensions vary with installation
2022

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Rasmus Røhling, Häagen-Dazs, 2022, Installation view at C.C.C.