Jane Jin Kaisen receives the Beckett Prize 2023. The award is a recognition of her ground-breaking artistic work which, through filmic works, navigates the intersection between lived experience, embodied knowledge and political narratives.
In October, the Aalto2 museum centre opens Elina Brotherus’ exhibition, “Space”. The works in the exhibition were photographed over the years 2019–2022 in three different Alvar Aalto buildings: the Aalto House in Helsinki, the Muuratsalo Experimental House in Jyväskylä and the Paimio Sanatorium.
Jane Jin Kaisen is part of the group show “Between Waves”, which encompasses contemporary images, stories, histories, and oceanic myths through the works of artists from the Asia-Pacific region through the interconnectedness of islands and oceans linked by transformative technology.
We are happy to be showing the documentary “Hans Hamid Rasmussen – Stitches of my story” on Kulturnatten 2023, October 13. The gallery is open until 23:00.
We are happy to announce that Mille Kalsmose’s work “Earth Memory #3” (2023) has been acquired by the Danish Arts Foundation.
Best In Show explores the role pets have played in culture and how they stand in as representations of status, power, loyalty, compassion and companionship through the perspectives of 25 global artists.
The group show Disappearances presents works, which in various ways illuminate and explore the phenomenon of disappearances, materially, thematically and culturally, through the photographic medium and other time-based media such as video.
Works from Ebbe Stub Wittrup’s series “Presumed Reality” is currently showing at The Valencian Museum of Enlightenment and Modernity as part of the group exhibition “La imagen construida”.
The first edition of Art & Music Overcome Boundaries, initiated by Kunst Für Angeln, features both Sofie Bird Møller and Thorsten Brinkmann. The event will take place at Schackenborg Musikfest in August.
Jane Jin Kaisen is part of the group show Forest of Being Time, curated by Chien Cheng-Yi. The exhibition’s title draws inspiration from Haruki Murakami’s novel Kafka on the Shore, portraying chaos as a forest where space has no specific orientation and time has no significance at all.
Helen Sear presents a series of large-scale works that combine multiple images to emphasise the indivisibility of the human and the natural worlds.
Slater Bradley’s Doppleganger Trilogy is currently showing at the Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab as part of the group show ‘Memory Palace in Ruins’.