Martin Asbæk Gallery (DK)

Martin Asbæk Gallery was founded in 2005 by Martin Asbæk and is a contemporary art gallery with a mix of Danish and international artists, ranging from well-established to up-and-coming. Artists represented by the gallery work in a wide variety of media including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, and video.

Ebbe Stub Wittrup, Authors of Names – Wallich Herbarium 1491, 2021

Ebbe Stub Wittrup (DK)

Ebbe Stub Wittrup is a Danish visual artist. In his artistic practice, Wittrup works within a variety of media ranging from photography and video to sculpture and installation. His recent work takes its starting point in an interdisciplinary investigation of cultural identity and ownership, based on careful research within fields such as: art history, botany, colonial history and psychology.

Ebbe Stub Wittrup (b. 1973, Aarhus; DK) lives and works in Copenhagen. Wittrup is represented in collections such as the Albright-Knox Gallery (US), ARoS Aarhus Art Museum (DK), the Danish Arts Foundation (DK), and The National Museum of Photography (DK). He has held numerous solo and group exhibitions around the world including 'Authors of names' at Politikens Forhal (2021; DK), 'Botanical Drift' at Copenhagen Contemporary, Copenhagen (2020; DK), 'Photographs' at Gl. Holtegaard (2020; DK), 'We the People: New Art from the Collection' at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery (2018; US), ’SPOT PÅ’ at SMK - The National Gallery of Denmark (2017; DK) and 'Ebbe Stub Wittrup' at Braunschweig Kunstverein (2016; DE).

24 Characters: Varuna Right

Patinated bronze, H30 cm. Edition of 5 + 2 AP
2020

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24 Characters: Apana Left

Patinated bronze, H30 cm. Edition of 5 + 2 AP
2020

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Authors of Names – Wallich Herbarium 1459

Inkjet print on fiberbased paper in plexiglass case, 90 × 65 cm. Unique
2021

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Authors of Names – Wallich Herbarium 1491

Inkjet print on fiberbased paper in plexiglass case, 90 × 65 cm. Edition of 5
2021

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Botanical Colours, Madder

Textile, plant based color pigment 500 x 400 cm
2020

From the exhibition Botanical Drift at Copenhagen Contemporary.
Photo by David Stjernholm

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