Gallery Image - Århus, Denmark
Artists: Kristoffer Ørum, Nanna Lysholt Hansen, Sandra Vaka Olsen og Valérie Collart
Exhibition period: August 29, 2018 ➽ Oktober 28, 2018
Opening: Wednesday 29. august
feat. Mekki-Sebastian Brink, Manuel Canu, Stine Jespersen and Louise Drost-Harton
Opening: Friday August 17th 5-9pm
Exhibition period: August 18th - September 8th 2018
Opening hours: Wednesday - Saturday 1-5pm
Concealment is a source of mystery, fantasy and frustration and it creates inside of us a form of desire. Desire, as a thought movement, has the capacity to give substance to what have none; what is observed becomes porous to possible becomings, and in this movement which resists to fix itself, what we are looking at does not end to close itself on its own enigma.
8. december 2017 - 25. februar 2018
11 May 2016, 0-1, Den Frie, Copenhagen, Denmark
The publication Spooky Action at a Distance has been produced in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name, curated by Nanna Stjernholm Jepsen and featuring the work of Amalie Smith, Amitai Romm, David Stjernholm, Rasmus Myrup and Valérie Collart.
The publication is currently on view at Melbourne Art book fair.
The content of this book consists of contributions from the participating artists responding to an invitation to extend their work into the format of the publication, either as a text, images or a version of the work transformed into pages...
Fernisering lørdag 9. april 2016, kl. 14:00 – 16:00
Udstillingsperiode 10. april – 5. juni 2016
tirsdag til søndag kl. 13:00 – 17:00
torsdage 21/4, 5/5, 19/5 og 2/6 kl. 13:00 – 19:00
Lukket mandag, åben 2. pinsedag
Opening January 22. 17.00 - 20.00
On the Immense and the Numberless is an investigation of a personal obsession. A visual essay laid out as a way for me to examine thoughts I’ve had for around 20 years. Where does art exist and how do we enter that place. The works in the exhibition are chosen specifically for the various ways in which they offer access to or suggest the presence of this metaphorical place where art exists...read more
by David Risley
Alex Da Corte
Karl. T. Sandegård
January 6th-30th, 2016, Melbourne, Australia.
Amalie Smith, Amitai Romm, David Stjernholm, Rasmus Myrup and Valérie Collart.
The exhibition is curated by Nanna Stjernholm Jepsen.
The anthropocene epoch, the human epoch, is an era during which manmade technology has radically changed our understanding of what it means to be a sensing, thinking, acting human being.
The JCE Biennale starts in Montrouge in Paris, after which it will be shown in eight European countries over the period 2015-2017. It is displayed in the Art Building in Vrå - Engelund collection in April and May 2016th.
The selected artists are:
Nanna Riis Andersen
Christine Overvad Hansen
Johanne Skovbo Lasgaard
Ditte Hugs Tønnesen
The countries represented at the JCE Bienniale are: France (Montrouge / Paris), Portugal (Amarante), Spain (Figueres), Lithuania (Klaipeda), Hungary (Budapest), the Netherlands (Maastricht), Belgium (Brussels), Italy (Como) and Denmark (Vraa / Hjørring).
Solo exhibition in conjunction with the Spring Exhibition 2015
22 January – 1 March 2015
The group exibition „Without Advisory“, curated by artists Christian Korda and Yotaro Niwa, shows six positions of contemporary art, including works ot the genres painting, photography, sculpture and installation. The focus of this exhibition is on young rather unknown international artists, and Korda‘s and Niwa‘s intention is to call the attention on artworks of varying disciplines, which are important to the artists themselves.
Equally open as the collection of works exhibited are the following artist statements and texts, which have been provided by every participating artist and haven‘t been edited afterwards.
The group show is the official debut exhibition of the Supramental Artspace in Berlin-Friedrichshain.
Curated by Christian Korda and Yotaro Niwa.
11 April - 18 May 2014 - Opening: 10 April 2014
Musée des Beaux arts de Calais
Cette exposition est réalisée en collaboration avec le Frac Basse Normandie de Caen et le Sainsbury Art center de Norwich, partenaires du projet européen TAP, Time and Place.
Nina Wöhlk – exhibition curator
Kah Bee Chow (MA), Maria Gondek (DK), Valérie Collart (FR)
Initiated by Architecture Sans Frontières – Denmark
Gallery Leth & Gori, Absalonsgade 21B, 1658 Copenhagen V
" Valérie Collart has worked with classical rough bricks and the fine shape of the antique amphorae. The simple nature of the bricks is contradicted and arranged to form not a solid element of a building but an ornamental object – the amphorae vase. The function of the brick is transformed into an aesthetically pleasing object on a pedestal. In Valéries sculptures, the idea is to sustain the stability and solidity whilst simultaneously wanting the objects to reveal their fragility and their precariousness. "
Copenhagen, Denmark. 4 october - 9 november 2013