Exhibitions

Josefine Winding | Rose City

Arden Asbæk Gallery is proud to present a new solo exhibition by Danish sculptor Josefine Winding, opening on March 1 at 4-7PM.

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Xmas & New Year’s Bonanza Extravaganza

From December 15, we will be showcasing works by artists previously exhibited as well as works by artists represented by Martin Asbæk Gallery, alongside both books and prints.

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Luna Scales | Do no harm

Arden Asbæk Gallery is proud to present the solo exhibition Do no harm by the Danish video-based artist Luna Scales. The exhibition is centered around the video work “Minder ved berøring”, based on childhood memories connected to hospital visits and medical examinations.

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CONTINUUM OF US

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Arden Asbæk Gallery is pleased to present CONTINUUM OF US, a group show featuring Valerie Collart, Mathias Kruse Jørgensen, Peter Thomas Petersen, Simone Søndergaard Poulsen and Carla Wedderkopp. The show explores themes such as fragility, mortality, and change, in a seemingly endless exchange between the five artists. The…

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Summer Crush

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Arden Asbæk Gallery is proud to invite you for the 2nd edition of our summer show. Last year’s show revolved around love, while we in this year’s “Summer Crush” zoom in on the broken, the fragmented, the frail.

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Halfdan Venlov | A Brief Sanctuary

Arden Asbæk Gallery is proud to present Halfdan Venlov’s on-going photographic series Under Heaven during Copenhagen Photo Festival 2023. Featuring a series of C-type and Silver Gelatin prints, photographed at Assistens Cemetery, Copenhagen’s celebrated churchyard-turned-city park, the series affirms Venlov’s approach to the photographic narrative. Portraits, shared moments,…

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Closer to the Sun

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The duo exhibition Closer to the Sun is a bittersweet tribute to a lazy summer’s day. Warm skin, cold glasses of wine and prickly cactuses are everywhere to be found at Arden Asbæk Gallery, which has been transformed into what feels like a taverna. The duo exhibition, which…

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Anders von Greffelstejn | Totem – Entities of Nature

Scandinavian animism is the starting point for Anders von Greffelstejn’s first solo exhibition Totem. Animism is the idea that animals, plants and other natural phenomena contain a spirit or spiritual essence. In the exhibition, owls, toads, and others appear as large watercolor paintings, which with their wealth of detail stand in immediate contrast to the medium.

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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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