Exhibitions

Tine Bek | Year Without A Summer

The year 1816 is known as the year without a summer. When the volcano Mount Tambora by the island Sumbawa in Indonesia erupted the year before, it created enormous disturbances in the weather all over the world. Atmospheric dust from the volcano changed the temperatures, causing snowfall in the summer, natural disasters and an agricultural crisis resulting in widespread famine.

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Mirror Mirror

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Arden Asbæk Gallery is pleased to present the group exhibition Mirror Mirror, which explores the use of reflective surfaces and the illusive effect of the mirror through the works of four visual artists. The mirror has always played a significant role in art history and cultural theory with art historians discussing art’s role as either a window or mirror, as either a view into someone else’s experience, or as a reflection of your own background. 

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Josefine Winding | Shaped

Arden Asbæk Gallery is pleased to present Josefine Winding’s first solo exhibition Shaped. The sculptural works stand shoulder by shoulder, mirrors and leans on each other, while also encompassing Winding’s characteristic sense of balance; the hard against the soft, the symmetrical opposed to the asymmetrical, the voluminous and the airy. But with the title of the exhibition, Winding is not only referring to the artistic process, but also to what has shaped Winding as a person.

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Summer Crush

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Arden Asbæk Gallery is happy to invite you to the opening of our very first summer show. ‘Summer Crush’ explores the classic theme of love through the work of ten young artists. From video to installation, photography to painting, these projects will go straight to your heart.

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Vilmer Engelbrecht | Cloverfield

Take rest; a field that has rested gives a bountiful crop. Ovid, Ancient roman poet (43 BC – 17/18 AD) When Vilmer Engelbrecht first came across the ancient myth and tales, he was struck by their seemingly everlasting relevance. These early writings served both as moral reflection or…

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U CAN’T TOUCH THIS

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Arden Asbæk Gallery is excited to present its fourth exhibition under the title PLATFORM. This time focusing on both craftsmanship and tactility, the exhibition U CAN’T TOUCH THIS presents the works of three emerging artists, each representing a different sense of tactility. From the glossy to the fluffy, from the…

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Jonas Kasper Jensen | STRING

It is with great pleasure that Arden Asbæk Gallery and Martin Asbæk Gallery, as the first gallery in Denmark, can present an exhibition focusing on one of the most current and groundbreaking tendencies within contemporary art: NFT (‘Non-fungible token’). Behind the exhibition STRING stands the Danish crypto artist…

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Teodor Bok | In Conversation

In Conversation is an eclectic and experimental dialogue exhibition, which zooms in on Teodor Bok (1947-2007), a relatively overlooked sculptor and painter, who came to Denmark in 1972 as a Polish Jewish refugee. Teodor Bok attended The Royal Danish Academy of Art, and he lived and worked here…

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Annette Bjarnhoff | What If Nature

Arden Asbæk Gallery is proud to present the exhibition What If Nature by installation and ceramic artist Annette Bjarnhoff. The exhibition presents a delicate and poetic approach to nature and its fragility through Bjarnhoff’s characteristic botanical sceneries, made from white porcelain, often so thin that light can easily shine through. The wintery landscape is beautiful,…

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Mind Your Absence

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In Mind Your Absence, three young artists explore the subject of letting go, daring to do it differently and putting up a fight. The exhibition explores those barriers that we sometimes create, when we try to get closer, whether they be sexual, emotional, or today even media driven. Because in…

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