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25.08.2011

 

Face, Head and Shoulders -Die zeitgenössische Portrait-Fotografie im Wandel und das in Dänemark

"...Discover new sides of photography when 26 young, international artists show whimsical and complex work in the group exhibition "Face, Head and Shoulders".

Sowohl Dokumentar- als auch Reportagefotografie dominieren die Fotoszene in Dänemark. Die Ausstellung "Face, Head and Shoulders" will aufzeigen wie das klassische Portrait von jungen Künstlern neu interpretiert wird. Gleich in drei Ansätzen zeigt das Kollektiv Lodret dem interessierten Dänen was international angesagt ist.

Carlsberg’s Ny Tap beherbergt eine Pop-up Galerie mit der Hauptausstellung "Face, Head and Shoulders" während die Kunsthalle Nikolaj mit einer Diashow-Ausstellung aufwartet samt Lesung des holländischen Bloggers und Kurators Hester Keijser (Mrs. Deane). Die Ausstellung endet mit einer Lesung und einer  Panel Diskussion zu DIY (=do it yourself) art book publishing mit den Herausgebern David Schoerner (Hassla Books) und Mårten Lange (Farewell Books).

Lodret, das sind die Visual Artists Flemming Ove Bech und Johan Rosenmunthe.


Teilnehmende Künstler :
Erica Allen (US)
Marie Angeletti (FR)
Flemming Ove Bech (DK)
Lucas Blalock (US)
Steven Brahms (US)
Grant Cornett (US)
Charlotte Dumas (NL)
Gerald Edwards III (US)
Peter Helles Eriksen (DK)
Thobias Fäldt (SE)
Fryd Frydendahl (DK)
Thomas Hauser (DE)
Valdemar Jørgensen (DK)
Andreas Laszlo Konrath (UK)
Mårten Lange (SE)
Wayne Liu (CH)
Joshua Lutz (US)
Michael Madsen (DK)
Matthew Monteith (US)
Frankie Nazardo (IT)
Jenny Nordquist (SE)
Justin James Reed (US)
Johan Rosenmunthe (DK)
Diana Scherer (NL)
Bill Sullivan (US)
Isabelle Wenzel (DE)


Face, Head and Shoulders
The Contemporary Photographic Portrait
Ny Tap, Carlsberg, Pasteursvej 52
1799 Copenhagen, Denmark
Opening party: September 15. 2011, 5-10 PM
Open: September 15. - October 15.
www.lodretogfriends.com

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