Group Exhibition

Good fortune, no blame – til minde om Emil Westman Hertz

11 Nov – 21 Dec 2016

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Nanna Abell, Ferdinand Ahm Krag, Martin Erik Andersen, Gry Bagøien, Zven Balslev, Malene Bang, Anders Brinch, Asmund Havsteen-Mikkelsen, Emil Westman Hertz, Ole Hertz, Silas Inoue, Joachim Koester, Arthur Köstler, Marie Søndergaard Lolk, Claus Hugo Nielsen, Bjørn Nørgaard, John Olsen, Tommy Petersen, Pind, Henrik Plenge Jakobsen, Tal R, Referat, Ursula Reuter Christiansen, Stefan Rotvit, Erik Steffensen, Hartmut Stockter, Javier Tapia, Fredrik Tydén, Vinyl Terror & Horror, Inge Lise Westman, Thomas Bo Østergaard

Good fortune, no blame

in memory of Emil Westman Hertz

11 Nov – 17 Dec 2016

 

Emil Westman Hertz died in June 2016 after a long illness, he was only 38 years old. In this exhibition dedicated to the memory of Emil we are showing works of artist colleagues, relatives and friends, that at one point have been in artistic dialogue with him.

Many of the artists included have made collaborative works together with Emil and in the exhibition we present several of these collaborations. Some go back to his years at the Art Academy while others are of a more recent date such as a collaborative project from a residency in Mallorca in 2014, which is realized here for the first time. In the case of some of the other artists the dialogue has been mainly indirect, based on a shared interest in certain motifs, materials or references from ethnographic spaces to comics – or more basically around a shared attitude to making art.

The list of artists bear witness to how ramified and generous Emil’s approach always was and to how many different topics he was in exchange with on many levels. The works are connected to the encompassing symbolic space of feelings and thoughs that is in Emil’s work and they channel this universe of meaning, and maybe also a part of his subjectivity, into new form.

In addition to the works in dialogue with Emil we are also showing a collection of his last works. This exhibition within the exhibition consists of a new group of bronze sculptures and vitrine sculptures, as well as a large group of drawings and watercolours, where flowers, gardens, bodies, and many other motifs flow together and come apart in fragile and fantatic shapes. This is the first time the bronze sculptures and paper works are being exhibited.

As part of the exhibition we are also giving a concert in the gallery 6 December from 5 pm, with music by Gry Bagøien & Claus Hugo, Nicolai Munch-Hansen & Jacob Bro, + more, all of whom have worked together with Emil.

With thanks to Christer Bredgaard there will be served drinks and snacks at the opening.