38. Nils Stærk

CURRENT EXHIBITION

Nils Erik Gjerdevik, 27 March– 22 May 2021 Nils Erik Gjerdevik Nils Erik Gjerdevik created art for four decades without anyone being able to ’place’ his endeavours within a specific art-historical strategy or position. Read more. 

EARLIER EXHIBITIONS

what comes after certanity, 14 November 2020 – 20 March 2021 Jone Kvie There is 2,099 km between Naples and the north-western district of Copenhagen – a twenty-two-hour journey for an able driver. But a rock would require as many million years to travel the same distance to the gallery spaces in Copenhagen. Read more. 

Apple Romance, 27 Aug – 24 Oct 2020 Tove Storch A striking common feature of the works is metal structures clearly bolted together, all of them supporting either heavy plaster or gossamer silk. Read more. 

Invisible Sculptures, 26 August – 23 October 2020 Charlotte Brüel In Brüel’s latest works, the contradiction between nature and human processing is evident. The industrial acrylic glass displays seem to enclose a carefully selected array of sculptural studies in clay along with a suspended arrangement of found bird feathers. Read more.

032 : Nils Stærk, 27 Aug – 30 Aug 2020 FOS
Gert & Uwe Tobias
Ingvar Cronhammar
Mads Gamdrup
Matthew Ronay
Olaf Breuning
Paul Fägerskiöld
Superflex
Tom Sandberg
Torbjørn Rødland
Tove Storch For the second iteration of ENTER Art Fair, we have brought together a curated selection of works by the gallery’ artists and estates, available simultaneously here online at the NILS STÆRK web and at the physical fair in Copenhagen.  Read more. 

Entangled-Paperworks, 12 May – 3 Jul 2020 Group Exhibition

The associative links between the works in the exhibition Entangled_Paperworks are legion, but common to them all is a return to the basic – but also fragile – point of departure in terms of material. Read more.

Pale Male Tales, 18 Jan – 7 Mar 2020 Michael Kvium

The stage is set and the curtain raised for a tragicomic rendition of the present-day white male and the political challenges facing contemporary life. Read more.