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A photographic journey through all the art I love
Jake & Dinos Chapman
October 17 – November 29, 2014
David Risley Gallery Bredgade 65 1260, København K Denmark +45 32 20 38 10info@davidrisleygallery.com

Jake & Dinos Chapman

October 17 – November 29, 2014

David Risley Gallery
Bredgade 65 
1260, København K
Denmark
+45 32 20 38 10
info@davidrisleygallery.com

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#Jake & Dinos Chapman  #David Risley Gallery  #upcoming  #Copenhagen  #mustsee 
On the Road - Rose Eken   22/8 - 20/9Opening / Fernisering 22/8 2014 kl 16-20  
Charlotte Fogh Gallery har den store glæde at præsentere Rose Ekens soloudstilling, ”On the Road”, som er kunstnerens anden udstilling i galleriet. I Rose Ekens kunstneriske univers undersøges de tegn, myter og klicher, der ligger indkodet i vores moderne populær kultur - særligt kulturen omkring musik og rockverdenen er et tilbagevendende omdrejningspunkt i hendes praksis.
Som titlen indikerer tager udstillingen ’On The Road’ udgangspunkt i ideen om en rejse. – dog ikke en konkret rejse – men mere en fragmenteret og sammensat rejse, hvor de forskellige værker fungerer som ’pitstops’ der guider beskueren gennem udstillingen.
Charlotte Fogh Gallery is pleased to introduce Rose Eken’s solo show “On the Road”,  the artist’s second exhibition in the gallery. Rose Eken is exploring the characters, myths and clichés that are encoded in our modern popular culture - especially the culture in the music world  is a recurring focal point in her practice.As the title suggests the exhibition 'On The Road' is based on an idea of ​​a journey. - Not a specific journey - but as a fragmented and complex journey where the different works act as ‘pit stops’ that guides the viewer through the exhibition.More info here

On the Road - Rose Eken 
22/8 - 20/9

Opening / Fernisering 22/8 2014 kl 16-20
 

Charlotte Fogh Gallery har den store glæde at præsentere Rose Ekens soloudstilling, ”On the Road”, som er kunstnerens anden udstilling i galleriet. I Rose Ekens kunstneriske univers undersøges de tegn, myter og klicher, der ligger indkodet i vores moderne populær kultur - særligt kulturen omkring musik og rockverdenen er et tilbagevendende omdrejningspunkt i hendes praksis.

Som titlen indikerer tager udstillingen ’On The Road’ udgangspunkt i ideen om en rejse. – dog ikke en konkret rejse – men mere en fragmenteret og sammensat rejse, hvor de forskellige værker fungerer som ’pitstops’ der guider beskueren gennem udstillingen.


Charlotte Fogh Gallery is pleased to introduce Rose Eken’s solo show On the Road”,  the artist’s second exhibition in the gallery. Rose Eken is exploring the characters, myths and clichés that are encoded in our modern popular culture - especially the culture in the music world  is a recurring focal point in her practice.

As the title suggests the exhibition 'On The Road' is based on an idea of ​​a journey. - Not a specific journey - but as a fragmented and complex journey where the different works act as pit stops’ that guides the viewer through the exhibition.


More info here

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#Rose Eken  #Charlotte Fogh Gallery  #art  #aarhus  #gallery night 
Gallery Poulsen is pleased to invite you to the opening of “These Hands are Monsters”, the first solo show of Isaac Arvold in the gallery.”From the moment we are born we discover our extremities. We learn how to crawl, explore and create. Through this tactile experience, we learn to feel both emotionally and physical…ly. Our hands, our vehicle of the mind, allow us to show love and hate within one swift act, sometimes before we even know it. Almost as if they have a mind of their own. Like a magical creature connected to the stubs of our heart. We live by our choices and are only left making more choices while our hands endure every season until we find our resting place. We wander through this world wondering if we will ever leave a mark or have our journey be turned into a tale or myth. Our hands, these hands, are monsters.”Isaac Arvold, June 2014 With these words we kick off the fall season with Gallery Poulsen’s newly arrived American talent Isaac Arvold. For this show “These Hands are Monsters”, which is Isaac’s first solo show in the gallery, Isaac has primarily been working with acrylic on canvas accompanied by six hand-painted prints and a small installation.  Impressively and convincingly Isaac combines shapes, colors, and text borrowed from many different universes. The inspiration is obvious: comics, surrealism, tattoos and styles of illustration have been renegotiated and united within one single frame in a very alluring way. It’s all the spectacle work of the hand when it’s been set free, and when it has a mind of its own, to use Isaac’s own words. The exhibition “These Hands are Monsters” awakes great questions of the individual human being’s existence in the world, both in mind and in body, and not least in the relation to other people. Joining the gallery team happened true to the Poulsen tradition for Isaac – through the friendship with Jade Townsend. They met in the artistic environments of Minneapolis, where Isaac had his creative stamping ground alongside his job as a schoolteacher up to 2010 when he moves to Brooklyn, New York. Here he meets Townsend again, who introduces him to Gallery Poulsen. The first time we presented Isaac was in the summer show “The Wild Bunch” last year. Isaac was very well acclaimed and a solo show was put in the calendar immediately. And here it is – “These Hands are Monsters”! The show is a visual stream of contradiction: the accurate line against the rapid and rough brushstrokes, the imaginative surreal figures against the abstract graphical backgrounds, the slow tradition-filled painting against the reproducible print. The contrasts and complexes are many but the hand of Isaac is confident. Welcome to the show – and do not hesitate to be under the amazing and talented hands of Isaac Arvold! ——————————————————————————————————- The show includes 14 new paintings, 6 hand-painted prints and a small installation. Isaac Arvold arrives in Copenhagen Tuesday the 12th and is available for interviews. Contact the gallery at +45 3333 9396 for more information. ——————————————————————————————————- Isaac Arvold (US) These Hands are Monsters - The way we look at ourselves and the world around us Opening Friday August 15th from 5 - 7 pm The show runs until September 20th ——————————————————————————————————- Gallery Poulsen Contemporary Fine Arts Flæsketorvet 24, Den hvide Kødby 1711 København V. Tlf. +45 4015 5588 // +45 3333 9396www.gallerypoulsen.com info@gallerypoulsen.com
Gallery Poulsen is pleased to invite you to the opening of “These Hands are Monsters”, the first solo show of Isaac Arvold in the gallery.

”From the moment we are born we discover our extremities. We learn how to crawl, explore and create. Through this tactile experience, we learn to feel both emotionally and physically. Our hands, our vehicle of the mind, allow us to show love and hate within one swift act, sometimes before we even know it. Almost as if they have a mind of their own. Like a magical creature connected to the stubs of our heart. We live by our choices and are only left making more choices while our hands endure every season until we find our resting place. We wander through this world wondering if we will ever leave a mark or have our journey be turned into a tale or myth. Our hands, these hands, are monsters.”
Isaac Arvold, June 2014

With these words we kick off the fall season with Gallery Poulsen’s newly arrived American talent Isaac Arvold. For this show “These Hands are Monsters”, which is Isaac’s first solo show in the gallery, Isaac has primarily been working with acrylic on canvas accompanied by six hand-painted prints and a small installation.

Impressively and convincingly Isaac combines shapes, colors, and text borrowed from many different universes. The inspiration is obvious: comics, surrealism, tattoos and styles of illustration have been renegotiated and united within one single frame in a very alluring way. It’s all the spectacle work of the hand when it’s been set free, and when it has a mind of its own, to use Isaac’s own words. The exhibition “These Hands are Monsters” awakes great questions of the individual human being’s existence in the world, both in mind and in body, and not least in the relation to other people.

Joining the gallery team happened true to the Poulsen tradition for Isaac – through the friendship with Jade Townsend. They met in the artistic environments of Minneapolis, where Isaac had his creative stamping ground alongside his job as a schoolteacher up to 2010 when he moves to Brooklyn, New York. Here he meets Townsend again, who introduces him to Gallery Poulsen. The first time we presented Isaac was in the summer show “The Wild Bunch” last year. Isaac was very well acclaimed and a solo show was put in the calendar immediately.

And here it is – “These Hands are Monsters”! The show is a visual stream of contradiction: the accurate line against the rapid and rough brushstrokes, the imaginative surreal figures against the abstract graphical backgrounds, the slow tradition-filled painting against the reproducible print. The contrasts and complexes are many but the hand of Isaac is confident. Welcome to the show – and do not hesitate to be under the amazing and talented hands of Isaac Arvold!

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The show includes 14 new paintings, 6 hand-painted prints and a small installation. Isaac Arvold arrives in Copenhagen Tuesday the 12th and is available for interviews. Contact the gallery at +45 3333 9396 for more information.
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Isaac Arvold (US)
These Hands are Monsters - The way we look at ourselves and the world around us

Opening Friday August 15th from 5 - 7 pm
The show runs until September 20th
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Gallery Poulsen Contemporary Fine Arts
Flæsketorvet 24, Den hvide Kødby
1711 København V.
Tlf. +45 4015 5588 // +45 3333 9396

www.gallerypoulsen.com
info@gallerypoulsen.com
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Johannes Vermeer “La Dentelliére” and “L´Astronome”

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École de Fontainebleau “Fin du XVIe Siécle”

École de Fontainebleau “Fin du XVIe Siécle”

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#École de Fontainebleau  #art  #painting  #Paris  #Louvre 
Théodore Gericault “Le Redeau De La Meduse”

Théodore Gericault “Le Redeau De La Meduse”

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#Théodore Gericault  #art  #painting  #Louvre  #Paris 
Christian Rex van Minnen “Forest Floor with Poor Decisions”

Christian Rex van Minnen “Forest Floor with Poor Decisions”

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#Christian Rex van Minnen  #gallery poulsen  #art  #oil on linnen  #painting  #Pop up  #aarhus