Exhibitions by the members of two artist-run exhibition spaces at HFKD, Holstebro (DK)
Group exhibition at HFKD, Holstebro (DK)
Open: 25.11.2016 - 18.12.2016
C4 projects and Sydhavn Station is artist-run exhibition spaces from Copenhagen.
One of the more unique things about the Danish artscene is the number of artist-runned exhibition spaces. The artist-run exhibition space differs from the galleries as they do not necessarily have any commercial purposes and do not rely on a great work sale. They do not work under the usual art institutional framework with a certain responsibility to show the general renowned contemporary art to a wider public. The artist-run exhibition spaces is, as the name refers to, runned and organized by the artists themselves. It creates a space for collegial cooperation, where the exhibition site can be space for more experimental and process-oriented projects. Exhibition sites are often fully or partially financed by the artists' own funds. It is run by a professional commitment, a desire to create a space for critical thinking and challenge the limits of contemporary art. It is an admirable initiative which we at HFKD pay tribute to. We are therefore pleased to invite C4 projects and Sydhavn station to exhibit in our spaces. The two artist-runned exhibition groups have curated each their own exhibitions based on the members of their collective.
C4 projects members: Luise Sejersen, Diana Prim, Naja Maria Lundstrøm, Berit Dröse, Helene Ringkjær Pedersen, Signe Ohayv Aarestrup, Marie Melchiorsen, Katti Pärkson – Kull and Anne Munnecke Christensen
C4 projects: Dybbølsgade 60, 1721 København V
Sydhavn Station members: Anne Skole Overgaard, Camilla Rasborg, claus ejner, Heidi Hove, Jens Axel Beck, Mette Juul, Morten K Jacobsen, Sonja Lillebæk Christensen, Thorgej Steen Hansen, Ulla Hvejsel
Sydhavn Station: www.sydhavnstation.info
Photos: Morten Jacobsen / Berit Dröse
Poster/catalog design: Alexis Mark
Download the free catalog for the exhibition here: C4 / Sydhavn Station
The contemporary art exhibition program at HFKD is kindly supported by:
The Danish Art Council