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 NEWS

In collaboration with the Latvian Center for Contemporary Art (LCCA) Collega presents Armours. Following LCCA’s approach to exhibition making, Armours is an intergenerational meeting between Rikke Diemer (b. 1943) and Anna Malicka (b. 1995), two artists addressing feminist questions through their multifaceted practices. Armoursexamines the relationship between the artist, the housewife, the organiser, the bimbo and the warrior.

At the centre of the exhibition is Rikke Diemer’s piece “Battle Dress” from 1999. Dresses are a recurring motif in Diemer's work, already present in her 1981 solo exhibition Athena, at Glyptoteket. Apart from her photographic and sculptural practice, Diemer’s contribution as an organiser has been important to the Danish art scene. She currently sits on the board of Astrid Noacks Atelier, was the initiator of a kindergarten at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 1970 as well as a member of Kanonklubben (1968–1970). Riga-based artist Anna Malicka shows new and existing psychedelic drawings exploring themes such as handicrafts, youth cultures and everyday aesthetics. Malickaworks with feminist symbols and as an organiser, among other things through the female DJ and food collective PR0_Bi$TR0. By mixing sound, textiles, drawing and embroidery, she manifests different roles and identities from her life as an “unreal estate agent, virtual Latvian and urban gatherer.”


 

 

September 28th 2023

On Short-Term Leases

Den Frie Oslo Plads nr. 1 Copenhagen

Poster for Astrid Noack's studio

Gentrification Monument
Kirsten Dufour, Finn Thybo Andersen, Mie Lund Hansen and Astrid Noack's studio

 

11.06.2023

The Tower of Wind, opens in Copenhagen

Through the Tower of Wind, the audience can experience a journey through the history of meteorology and get insights into what future technology can tell us about climate challenges. Visitors can enter the tower and, among other things, follow climate developments in real time. The tower is  built with the aim of leaving the smallest climate footprint possible, and has a reference to the Greek “The Tower of Wind” in Athens, which is described as the world’s first meteorological observation station
The Tower of Wind is meant as a monument celebrating sustainable architecture, in which the public can experience a journey through the history of meteorology and get an insight into how future technology can help combat climate challenges.

With Simone Aaberg Kærn (Artist)  Anna Maria Indrio (Atenastudio), Henning Frederiksen, Christian Fogh, (architects).

8.03.2023

Simone Aaberg Kaern opens in Nordic contemporary art center Xiamen, China

the Show is Co-curated by Kim Lykke and features works made as a collaboration between Simone and Kim Lykke.

17.02.2023

New prints by Malene Landgreen in the making

 

 

 

 

 

14.02.2023 - 17.12.2023

Eva Koch “Red“ at Vejle Art Museum

With the colour red at its centre, RED explores the emotional life of human beings from many different perspectives.
We face life's big events with our emotions. This applies to both the global and the local. Emotions hit us hard when we cannot control them or when they are beyond our control. It is these emotional encounters that RØD embraces with art.

 

19.01.2023 - 19.11.2023

Malene Landgreen at Trapholt Museum

Malene Landgreen explores the physical boundaries of painting in her work, letting colour, light and space envelop us. The exhibition will be an immersive installation spanning 280 m2 of floor space, where the interaction between one’s own physical, sensing self and the painterly physiology of the room is palpably felt to poignant effect.

18.11.2022 - 20.11.2022

A hermetic hobby culture weekend at Lucky's: Bestiarium, Ceramics by Birgit Kristensen

 

25 Aug - 27 Sep 2022

Pernille With Madsen, CHART Tivoli

The project invites visitors to explore a series of new art installations by 15 artists situated throughout the park, including site-specific sculptures and video projections, thereby expanding the traditional art fair format and encouraging new audiences to engage with contemporary art.  

 

 

August 28.  –November 21.  2021

Simone Aaberg Kærn at the National Gallery of Denmark with Jenny Holzer & Mona Hatoum and more! After The Silence SMK

Simone Aaberg Kærn is in good company with Käthe Kollwitz, Hannah Höch, Hannah Ryggen, Nancy Spero, Paula Rego, Dea Trier Mørch, Kirsten Christensen, Ursula Reuter Christiansen, Kirsten Justesen, Lene Adler Petersen, Jenny Holzer, Mona Hatoum, Shirin Neshat, Pia Arke, Jeannette Ehlers, La Vaughn Belle, and Tabita Rezaire.
In this year’s major autumn exhibition, SMK present some of art history’s prominent women artists. Taking the women’s liberation movement in the 1970s as our springboard, we focus on how women have used art as an instrument of battle to create change in the world over the last hundred years.