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New Eva Koch solo exhibition “waterFront” at Regelbau 411

Experience Eva Koch’s site-specific video art in the contemporary art museum Regelbau 411 in Northern Jutland. In ‘waterFront’, Koch releases her peace doves, alongside waterfalls and blooming flowers to make the interior of the two bunkers, remnants from the Second World War, come alive.

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Elina Brotherus: “Playful Wanderer” solo show at Sorø Kunstmuseum

In Elina Brotherus new exhibition, Playful Wanderer, she uses photography to interpret familiar motifs; references to classical, romantic and modernist paintings are recontextualized and embeddedwith a new aesthetic quality and meaning.

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Group exhibition “Mask” featuring Thorsten Brinkmann among others at Kunstmuseum Bonn, Germany

Kunstmuseum Bonn in Bonn, Germany presents the group exhibition “Mask – the Art of Transformation”. In all eras and cultures, people have always been fascinated by masks and their ability to disguise and transform. The exhibition explores how artists integrate characteristics and issues associated with masks in their own creative production.

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Astrid Kruse Jensen in group exhibition “Self-Staged” at Teatermuseet

The staged portrait has a long tradition in the world of art and theatre. At the same time with the new mobile technology the staged self-portrait has gained ground as the most widely used form of portrait photograph. Work by 33 of Denmark’s very best photographers appear in the history-filled space of The Court Theatre.

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Maria Rubinke: Solo show LEGACY at Bornholms Kunstmuseum

Explore Maria Rubinke’s magical universe at Bornholms Kunstmuseum with the exhibition LEGACY. The exhibitions focuses on what we are passing on to the next generations and takes up questions about life and dead and beauty within the ugly.

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Marketingpraktikant søges

Martin Asbæk Gallery søger en kompetent marketingpraktikant, der ønsker at være en del af et spændende, dynamisk miljø. Er det dig eller en du kender? Se stillingsopslaget her: Marketingpraktikant

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New publication by Ebbe Stub Wittrup at Printed Matter’s LA Art Book Fair 2019

The new publication Figures of Perception by Danish artist Ebbe Stub Wittrup will be presented at Printed Matter’s LA Art Book Fair this year. The book documents the art of Wittrup and is published by the German publisher BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE in a collaboration with Kunstverein Braunschweig.

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Hans Hamid Rasmussen at Havana Biennial 2019

Norwegian-Algerian Hans Hamid Rasmussen is going to show twelve works from the serie Kasbah Walking II at the Havana Biennial this year. The artist refers to his artistic project as an “homage to the hybrid”, and in his embroideries he tries to give form to the experience of ruptures in language.

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Helen Sear: “A Hiding Place in Waking Dreams” at Pennings Foundation, Eindhoven

A Hiding Place in Waking Dreams presents a selection of photographic and moving image works of Helen Sear in her first solo exhibition in the Netherlands.

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Astrid Kruse Jensen is part of the 2nd edition of the exhibition “Another Europe”

Another Europe is arranged by the Austrian Cultural Forum Bucharest and is a great outdoor exhibition in Sibiu, Romania. More information to come.

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Group exhibition at Villa Renata Basel: “Silent Green” freaturing Helen Sear, Des Hughes and others

The exhibition “Silent Green” is based on the film “Soylent Green” from 1973 by Richard Fleischer, that plays out in a postapocalyptic future in 2022 with an overcrowded planet, dying oceans, and a crisis in food production. The exhibition will feature works by artists whose practice examines human relationships with nature at a time when […]

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Helen Sear at Noorderlicht’s new group exhibition: IN VIVO Tempo

IN VIVO tempo is a poetic reflection on the relation between nature and culture. For this occasion, Noorderlicht | House of Photography is transformed into a film house, full of chillout rooms and cinema spaces.

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