2003

11 Jan. - 6 April

”The opening at 16:00”

Jens Bohr (b. 1952, DK) has observed the changing of the seasons at the approach to Odense Bay and created a narrative in a series of monumental woodcuts. The exhibitions also shows examples of coloured woodcuts and pottery by the artist.

11 Jan. - 6 April

Eva Bull Holte

In continuation of the exhibitions of works by Martin Kaalund Jørgensen, Anna Klindt Sørensen and others which have emphasised scenic interpretations and experimented with various graphic expressions, a selection of works by the artist Eva Bull Holtes are exhibited in cooperation with the Museum of Eva Bull Holte (1922-1993, N) in Norway.

18 Jan. - 23 March

Nordic Archetypes

Works by Odd Sivertsen (b. 1947, N), Hardy Brix (b. 1951, DK), Veikko Hirvimaki (b. 1941, FIN). Interpretation of nature is a common feature of the artists. Leaden sceneries, icebergs, people, rocks, woods, animals and myths are communicated as voices from joint archetypical memories through paintings, watercolours and sculptures.

18 Jan. - 23 March

Slovakian and Czech Poster Art. 1993-2003

The exhibition includes posters by 30 select customers from the two countries and is held onthe occasion of the decennium of the foundation og Slovakia and the Czech Republic. It will be shown later in Prague and Bratislava.

18. jan. - 23. marts

ON THE CONTRARY - A Meeting

The contrasts leap to the eye when the works by the two sculptors Frede Troelsen (b. 1936, DK) and Eiler Madsen (b. 1939, DK) are confronted. Troelsen works in the lightness of wood while Madsen uses heavy, painful bronze, inspired by the Tollund Man and others. The works of both artists revolve around the nature of life and mind.

12 April - 21 Sept.

Anton Rosen – Architect and Artist

The exhibition summaries the work of Rosens (1859-1928) as an architect and designer through documentary material, original drawings, video and examples of his art ware. The building Skovvilla at the Art Centre, designed by Rosen, provides the backdrop of part of the exhibition.

12 April - 21 Sept.

Knud Knabe

The contemporary works by Knabe (D), reminiscing the past of the spa, have been scattered in the exhibition areas.

21 June - 7 Sept.

Across Land and Mountains 

DALLAS is an association of 8 young Danish artists who have all grown up in a time of Dynasty ("Dallas" as it was called in Danish TV). They work in quite different spaces with paintings, drawings, photographs, installations and much more. DALLAS is a current report from the corner of the contemporary artist, in year 03.

21 June - 7 Sept.

Floating sails Armin Saub (b. 1939, D) and Heinz Weld (b. 1943, A) show: 

Die Farbquelle

An installation of colours and spaces, indoors and outdoors, in the trees and on the water.

12 July - 7 Sept.

Undercover. Jacqueline de Jong 1960-2002

Retrospective exhibition of paintings and paper works by Jacqueline de Jong (b. 1939, NL). The exhibition is shown earlier this year at the Cobra Museum in Amstelveen in the Netherlands.

20 Sept. - 28 Dec.

Erik Enevold and his etchings

Enevold (b. 1926) is living on Fanoe and is painter and graphics artist. The exhibition is focusing on his graphic works, in which the light, in particular, is used to create space and motifs of the daily life.

27 Sept. - 14 Dec.

Dialogue

The artistic dialogue and the reflection that the painters Erik Gamdrup Jensen (b. 1953, DK) og Poul Pedersen (b. 1933, DK, living in Paris) have had and sometimes systematically exchanged over the years are presented in this exhibition.

20 Sept. - 28 Dec.

Artists' collection

Many artists collect art and various examples from Denmark focus on this subject in this exhibition. Curator: Hanne Pedersen.

27 Sept - 18 Jan. 04

Asian Puppets

Puppets from the Puppet Museum in Lübeck are exhibited in relation to the Silkeborg International Puppet Theatre Festival.