19 Jan - 24 Feb 2018
Group Exhibition
New Works

Martin Erik Andersen

Stig Brøgger

Morten Buch

Jiri Georg Dokoupil

Andreas Eriksson

Olav Christopher Jenssen

Pernille With Madsen

Kehnet Nielsen

Lawrence Weiner

Troels Wörsel




















Galleri Susanne Ottesen is pleased to announce, as the first exhibition of the year, a selection of new works by represented artists of the gallery. All exhibited works are placed within an expanded understanding of the field of painting. In this exhibition painting connects with various media and materials, inherently extending our immediate ideas about what a painting is and looks like. Both drawing, digital work and silver coated oriental rugs is here negotiated as painting - understood as medium as well as technique. At the same time the exhibition shows how new methods and materials within the field of painting is not necessarily an expression of a withdrawal from the specific techniques of oil- and acrylic painting. New Works presents a group of works that all together shows the capacity of painting.

All photos by Anders Sune Berg


New Works, 2017, installation view


Morten Buch, PLANTE, 2018, oil on canvas, 90 x 75 cm


Morten Buch, SKULPTUR, 2018, oil on canvas, 90 x 75 cm


Pernille With Madsen, Untitled - Restless 3, 2017, Giclée print, 62 x 86 cm


New Works, 2017, installation view


Jiri Georg Dokoupil, Untitled, 2014 - 2018, acrylic and foam on canvas, 200 x 145 cm


Left: Andreas Eriksson, Plain, 2017, oil and egg tempera on canvas, 82 x 64 cm.
Right: Andreas Eriksson, Path, 2017, oil and egg tempera on canvas, 100 x 60 cm


Andreas Eriksson, Plain, 2017, oil and egg tempera on canvas, 82 x 64 cm


Stig Brøgger, Ladies in color, 2016, acrylic on veneer, 18 parts of 43 x 33 cm


New Works, 2017, installation view


Martin Erik Andersen, Lenity (Anastasius of Constantinople), 2017, Anatolian yastik, silver leaf, lacquer, 64 x 46 cm


Martin Erik Andersen, Ayiasma, 2017, Baluch rug, silver leaf, lacquer, 140 x 83 cm


Left: Troels Wörsel, Untitled, 2017, acrylic on canvas, 250 x 220 cm.
Right: Troels Wörsel, Untitled, 2017, acrylic on canvas, 250 x 220 cm


Lawrence Weiner, BIBLIA ABIBLIA BIBLIA ABIBLIA BIBLIA ABIBLIA, 2017, Faber-Castell pencil, fountain pen, gouache, inkjet print on glued paper and folded archival paper, 85 x 78 cm


New Works, 2017, installation view


Olav Christopher Jenssen,The Small Transmontane Painting No. 1, 2017, oil on canvas, 52 x 42 cm


Olav Christopher Jenssen, The Small Transmontane Painting No. 2, 2017, oil on canvas, 52 x 42 cm