April 7 - August 19, 2018
TrykSammensurium (Print Hotchpotch)
Through a special work process and internal criticism, artists create interesting joint works that add something to what they can each. It is also a cultural meeting between Danish and Norwegian artists who, after many years of approaches, have formed the MIMWAJ group after the letters in their first names: Marit Tingnes, Inghild Sleire, Merete Hol Tefre, Wencke Weifring, Anette Holdensen and Jeanie Jensen.
April 14 - August 19, 2018
Playful Dialogue In Time And Space
A visual and international meeting between two generations with Chinese Qi Baishi and Danish J.F. Willumsen as the older artists that a contemporary artist generation is in dialogue with. The focus is on works on paper, partly to be a place in life where you are both mature and experienced, and still have a living curiosity. Meet Tong Wang (China / Sweden), Helgi Thorgil Fridjónsson (Iceland), Holger Bunk (Germany / Holland) and Lars Ravn (Denmark / China). The exhibition is displayed in several countries.
April 27 - August 26, 2018
GORDON FAZAKERLEY: The Södergran series
Fazakerley was painter and poet, literary lover and poetry fan. English to the bone, but voluntarily exiled in Denmark most of his life. Born near Liverpool in 1937 and died in Copenhagen 2011.
In the last 5-6 years of his life, Fazakerley painted a series of more than 30 major cavases inspired by the Finnland/Swedish poet Edith Södergren's poems and her short, dramatic life.
The exhibition also places Gordon Fazakerley in contexts like Drakabygget and the Scandinavian part of the Situationism, which he was early a part of.
September 1 - December 9, 2018
Beyond the Body
A number of younger artists from Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and Brazil put work and installations in focus on death, where they study in a variety of ways what is so difficult to understand. Curator: Anne Berk, Amsterdam.
September 15 - December 16, 2018
Sergei Sviatchenko • collage
Sergei Sviatchenko (1952), who for instance acquires inspiration in modernism, constructivism and surrealism, has, if any in Denmark in recent times, worked with the collage. In this exhibition in the graphics section there is a particular focus on interpretation of local landscapes.