Andreas Eriksson, De 11 Lijnen, 11 Aug – 23 Oct 2021
The Belgic exhibition space De 11 Lijnen shows a collection of Andreas Eriksson's (b. 1975) various works in the exhibition Andreas Eriksson: Rochade. Eriksson works mainly with painting, but at De 11 Lijnen you can also experience his works with weaving and his paper works. For more information click here. Photo: Kurt Deruyter.
Nanna Abell & Marie Søndergaard Lolk, Of Gardens, 14 Aug – 12 Sep 2021
Nanna Abell (b. 1985) and Marie Søndergaard Lolk (b. 1981) here featured in Of Gardens – an exhibition that takes place in the garden around the villa Regstruplund in Jyderup. In Of Gardens, they contribute with the work Idiosyncrasy Rhododendron vulgaris. The work is a part of an exhibition where the surroundings become affected by the meanings of the works, and where the viewer's attention is directed in equal parts to the work itself and the surroundings. The exhibition is running from 14 Aug - 12 Sep 2021. For more information about the exhibition, click here. Photo: Brian Kure.
Ragna Braase works acquired by Centre Pompidou
We are delighted to announce that one of the globe's most acclaimed institutions, Centre Pompidou, Paris, has acquired the late Danish artist's early tapestry ‘Bogstavtæppet’ (1959) and a selection of 21 works on paper produced throughout the 1970s. Braase’s legacy has come to light with help of The National Gallery of Denmark’s (SMK) 2020 exhibition ‘Textile, graphics, sandal,’ which comprised a range of recently acquired print and textile works.
Fredrik Tydén represented by Galleri Susanne Ottesen
Galleri Susanne Ottesen is pleased to announce represention of Fredrik Tydén. Fredrik Tydén (b. 1985, Copenhagen, Denmark) currently lives and works in Vordingborg, Denmark. He recieved his MFA from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, Denmark (2008-2015) and has also studied at École de Recherche Graphique – École de Supérieure des Arts, Brussels, Belgium (2013-2015). Amongst other exhibitions in Denmark and abroad, Tydén has previously exhibited at Galleri Susanne Ottesen as part of two group exhibitions Good fortune, no blame (2016) and Out of Use: Interior (2015).
Andreas Eriksson, Skissernas Museum, 10 Jun – 10 Oct 2021
Andreas Eriksson (b. 1975) opens his second solo exhibition at Skissernas Museum – Museum of Artist Process and Public Art, Lund, Sweden. The exhibition titled Andreas Eriksson – Weavings, sketches sheds light on the renowned Swedish artist's practice, wherein the watercolours, sketches, and weaving samples gathered provide insight into his sensitive approach to art making. For more information, click here.
Rolf Hanson, Artipelag, 25 Jun – 28 Nov 2021
The exhibition titled Rolf Hanson – Retroactive held at Artipelag, Gustavsberg, Sweden, comprises works spanning four decades, and its title nods to the artist’s working process as Hanson (b. 1953) is known to revisit paintings having once left them untouched. For more information, click here.
Lawrence Weiner, Holstebro Kunstmuseum, 5 Jun – 31 Oct 2021
It is with great pleasure Galleri Susanne Ottesen announces the opening of American artist Lawrence Weiner's (b. 1942) solo exhibition at Holstebro Kunstmuseum. Undoubtedly one of the most important living figures in the international contemporary art scene, Weiner's exhibition titled CLOSE TO A RAINBOW is the most comprehensive presentation of the artist in the Nordics to date. For more information, click here.
Troels Wörsel, Lousiana Museum of Modern Art, 21 Apr – 4 Jul 2021
When the late Danish painter Troels Wörsel passed away in 2018, a great deal of paper works were left in his studio – the majority of which had never been exhibited before. Lousiana Museum of Modern Art's exhibition Lousiana on Paper: Troels Wörsel unfolds this key part of the artist's distinctive oeuvre. This exhibition is on view until 4 July 2021. For more information, click here.