Join us at Martin Asbæk Gallery, when visual artist Ebbe Stub Wittrup’s presents his current exhibition Stolen Fire. Through sculptural elements, modified readymades, photographs and films, the Danish artist brings historical traces, myths and materialities to the spotlight for scrutiny and renegotiation. By placing these objects in a new context, Ebbe Stub Wittrup puts concepts such as ownership, origin, and translation in a new perspective, while offering the viewer the opportunity to reflect on the original meaning of the materials and forms.
The artist talk is free to attend and will take place on August 19 at 5PM and August 28 at 1PM.
Paul McDevitt will be part of the Taiwan & Berlin International Artists Exchange Exhibition, opening in Taipei on August 6.
Ystad Konstmuseum is currently showing the group exhibition “For your eyes only”, featuring the works of 14 different artists from the museum’s collection, including Lisa Strömbeck’s “a love inventory” (1995).
Elina Brotherus’ new publication SEBALDIANA. MEMENTO MORI will soon be available on elinabrotherus.com as well as through exhibitions and galleries.
The group exhibition ‘everything was beautiful, and nothing hurt.” presents moving image installations, drawn from the Henry collection, such as Slater Bradley’s Intermission (2003-2005).
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This Saturday, Elina Brotherus will be giving an artist talk at Mänttä Art Festival in Finland.
Congratulations to Nicolai Howalt, who has been nominated for Prix Elysée 2022, alongside seven other international photographers and photobased artists.
Elina Brotherus will present the exhibition “La Règle du Je” with Sara Imloul at Fondation Manuel Rivera-Ortiz, as part of Les Rencontres de la Photographie d’Arles.
‘In Reference To A Sunny Place’ is comprehensive retrospective of internationally acclaimed Finnish artist Elina Brotherus.
June is brimming with art events across town. For both Copenhagen Photo Festival and Art Week, the gallery has arranged two artist talks with Astrid Kruse Jensen, on June 3 and 10. Both talks are free to attend.
Jane Jin Kaisen is part of the group show ‘Checkpoint. Border Views From Korea’, focusing on one of the best-secured borders in the world as well as the ideological, cultural and psychological division between North and South Korea.