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Kunsthal Charlottenborg presents exhibition program spring/summer 2023

spring/summer program 2023

Kunsthal Charlottenborg presents 2023 spring/summer exhibition program.

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2023
February 2–March 5, 2023

The Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition is one of Europe’s most important open, censored exhibitions, and it has been held annually at Kunsthal Charlottenborg since 1857. The show features works by Danish and international artists from the fields of visual art, architecture, crafts, and design. The jury for this year includes architect Peter Mller Rasmussen, artist Ann Sophie von Bülow, photographer Sren Rnholt, designer Nina Nrgaard, artist Julie Falk, artist Skjold Rambow, and curator Isabella Hemmersbach. More information can be found here.

Jeremy DellerWelcome to the Shit Show
March 15–August 6, 2023

Jeremy Deller, a British artist, will have a solo exhibition at Kunsthal Charlottenborg this spring. CPH:DOX, the Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival, will take over Kunsthal Charlottenborg in March. The exhibition will highlight documentary aspects of Deller’s practice, which documents significant times in history. Jeremy Deller creates a diverse and at times funny depiction of English society through video, photography, graphic works, and sculptural installations, investigating a variety of various communities and organizations where individuals are joined by a shared purpose. Henriette Bretton-Meyer is the exhibition’s curator. More information can be found here.

Afgang 2023
April 21–May 21, 2023

Afgang is the yearly MFA Degree Show held by the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts’ Schools of Visual Arts alumni. The 2023 edition has 39 new artists and includes performance, cinema, painting, written statements, and sculptural objects. The exhibition takes place in a setting steeped in tradition and history, notably the huge skylight halls of Kunsthal Charlottenborg, a building was built in 1883 with the goal of supporting contemporary art. Natalia Sielewicz, curator at Warsaw’s Museum of Modern Art, is in charge of the exhibition. Further info here.

Alexander TovborgThe Church
June 10–August 6 2023

This summer, Kunsthal Charlottenborg will present Danish artist Alexander Tovborg in his most extensive solo exhibition to date. The entire south wing has been turned into a sacred space, where religious tenets are paired with freeing counter-narratives about faith and superstition, myths and rituals. At the same time, Tovborg’s massive paintings strike a peaceful note, allowing space for reflection while exposing universal themes such as sadness and joy, anxiety and kindness. Simon Friese and Naja Rasmussen curated the exhibition in partnership with Kunsthal Charlottenborg. Further info here.

Kunsthal Charlottenborg Biennale
June 19–July 23, 2023

The Kunsthal Charlottenborg Biennale will travel throughout Denmark in the summer of 2023. The Kunsthal Charlottenborg Biennale, an international art show presented outside in streets, train stations, and bus stops around the country, is conducted every other year with the goal of introducing contemporary art to even more Danes. The biennale follows in the footsteps of recent national exhibitions at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, including Yoko Ono—Transmission (2017), It’s Urgent! (2019), and Poet Slash Artist (2019). (2021). Hans Ulrich Obrist and Jeppe Ugelvig will curate the 2023 Kunsthal Charlottenborg Biennale. Further info here.

Kunsthal Charlottenborg
Kongens Nytorv 1
1050 Copenhagen
Hours: Tuesday–Friday 12–8pm,
Saturday–Sunday 11am–5pm

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