About CROY NIELSEN (AT)
Croy Nielsen relocated from Berlin to Vienna, where it operates from the bel etage apartment of a historical building in the 1st district. The gallery was initiated in Berlin as a project-space in the private apartment of Oliver Croy and Henrikke Nielsen, and close collaboration with Berlin-based artists such as Nina Beier and Mandla Reuter has shaped the program from the beginning, accomplished by international artists of the same generation, such as Benoît Maire and Marie Lund. Since then younger artists like Olga Balema, Georgia Gardner Gray, and Sebastian Black have joined the program, and at the other end of the timeline the gallery represents the estate of Albert Mertz (DK 1920 – 1990).
For CHART 2018, Croy Nielsen will present artworks by Marie Lund and Birke Gorm.
Balema Mul Tarasewicz. Croy Nielsen 2016. Installation view.
Marie Lund, Installation view, Face to Back (2018), Photo Kunst Dokumentation.com, Courtesy Croy Nielsen, Vienna
Birke Gorm: CAN SMILE AT THE PAST no. 1 (The Bishop) (2018), Jute fibres, 200 x 100 cm, Photo Peter Mochi
Artworks at chart
I CAN SMILE AT THE PAST no. 1 (The Bishop)
200 x 100 cm
Photo: Peter Mochi