06. Martin Asbæk Gallery

CURRENT EXHIBITION

Goddess Located, 16 September – 15 October 2022 Ditte Ejlerskov Martin Asbæk Gallery is proud to present the exhibition Goddess Located, the first solo exhibition by Danish visual artist Ditte Ejlerskov at the gallery. In the exhibition, Ejlerskov revisits some of the themes she explored this spring at Nikolaj Kunsthal, such as the role of art within the new digital reality as well as the relationship between oxytocin and adrenaline.  Read more

EARLIER EXHIBITIONS

Stolen Fire, 12 August – 10 September 2022Ebbe Stub WittrupMartin Asbæk Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition Stolen Fire by Ebbe Stub Wittrup. Through sculptural elements, modified readymades, photographs and films, the Danish artist brings historical traces, myths and materialities to the spotlight for scrutiny and renegotiation.  Read more

ENTER ART FAIR 2022Martin Asbæk - Enter Art Fair 2022 in 3D, 25 August – 28 August 2021 Nicolai Howalt
Mille Kalsmose

Resonance, 20 May – 18 June 2022Astrid Kruse JensenMartin Asbæk Gallery is proud to present the exhibition Resonance by Astrid Kruse Jensen. The exhibition presents photographic works that seek to capture what is everchanging and goes beyond the tangible.  Read more

While Every Passing Day Seemed Fair, 8 Apr – 14 May 2022Adam JeppesenThrough anthotype, photogravure combined with copper print, and sculpture, the Danish artist reflects on the challenges we face in the 21st century, including the rapid development of new technologies and possible spiritual depletion.  Read more

New Paintings, 4 March – 2 April 2022Markus OehlenMartin Asbæk Gallery is proud to present the exhibition New Paintings by Markus Oehlen. The latest works showcase the German artist's ability to constantly expand the boundaries of painting. Shimmering and eclectically vibrant, Oehlen's paintings appear as perplexing emissions of color that disorient and destabilize.  Read more

A Journey: The Near Future, 21 January – 26 February 2022Nicolai HowaltIn a time of great technological leaps and climatic upheavals, Mars represents the next stepping stone for humanity’s expansion into space. In the exhibition A Journey: The Near Future, photo-based artist Nicolai Howalt depicts our yet-to-be-explored, red neighbor, nearly 63 million kilometers away.  Read more

Olympia, 10 December 2021 – 15 January 2022Jacob StangerupMartin Asbæk Gallery is proud to present Olympia by Jacob Stangerup. In the Danish artist’s drawings and sculptures, a multitude of women appear alongside mechanical parts.  Read more

Her Er, 5 November – 4 December 2021Kristian DahlgaardLars NørgårdMartin Asbæk Gallery is proud to present the duo exhibition “Her Er” by Lars Nørgård and Kristian Dahlgaard.  Read more

In Mind Your Absence, 24 September – 20 November 2021Sam Andrea
Ditte Johanne Krogh Bertelsen
Vilmer Engelbrecht SchultzIn Mind Your Absence, three young artists explore the subject of letting go, daring to do it differently and putting up a fight.  Read more

Undisclosed, 1 October – 30 October 2021 Trine Søndergaard Martin Asbæk Gallery is proud to present “Undisclosed” by the Danish photographic artist Trine Søndergaard. She engages with concepts such as time, shared remembrance, and visibility as a remedy against oblivion.  Read more

What Difference does it Make, 20 August – 25 September 2021Clare WoodsMartin Asbæk Gallery is proud to present “What Difference does it Make” by Clare Woods. This is the British artist’s fourth solo exhibition in the gallery.  Read more

ENTER ART FAIR 2021Martin Asbæk Gallery (Booth 7), 26 August – 29 August 2021 Markus Oehlen
Astrid Kruse Jensen
Maria Rubinke
Adam Jeppesen

Ever, 7 May – 26 June 2021Maria RubinkeMartin Asbæk Gallery is proud to present “Ever” by Maria Rubinke. For her second solo exhibition in the gallery, the Danish sculptor has enhanced the dimensions, refined the level of detail and elaborated the thematic elements to create an all-encompassing experience in a phantasmagoric universe.  Read more

Modern Furnishings, 19 March – 17 April 2021Paul McDevitt In “Modern Furnishings”, the Scottish artist explores visual abstraction through three different media: aluminum sculpture, vertical carpets, and black-and-white drawings.  Read more

PLATFORM – Looking at me looking at you, 1 March – 31 March 2021Caroline H. Thon
Josefine Winding
Luna Scales Looking at me looking at you brings the viewer into focus through three intimate and challenging projects. These projects zero in on not only the body and the depiction of the body, but also on how we experience and involve ourselves in images that demand our participation in both their concept and form.  Read more

Year of the Rat, 6 November – 5 December 2020Chris HoodKasper Eistrup Martin Asbæk Gallery is pleased to present a duo exhibition by Kasper Eistrup and Chris Hood. From mutual admiration and a common sentiment towards the present, overwhelmingly turbulent year that is 2020, the two artists have joined forces, while keeping a distance, in Year of the Rat.  Read more

The Avantgarde doesn’t give up, 1 October – 31 October 2020 Elina Brotherus Martin Asbæk Gallery is pleased to present “The Avantgarde doesn’t give up” by the Finnish artist Elina Brotherus. The solo exhibition is her fourth in the gallery and it consists of works in which Brotherus interprets a range of avantgardistic texts through photographs and video works.

Pole Paintings, 21 August – 26 September 2020 Peter Bonde Peter Bonde has transformed the gallery space into an installation consisting of a forest of monumental assemblages. Read more. 

10: Martin Asbæk Gallery, 27 August – 30 August 2020 Ebbe Stub Wittrup

Weaving, 10 Jan – 15 Feb 2020Matt Saunders