CODE ART FAIR
In 2017 and 2018 I was part of the curatorial team of Code Art Fair – the only international art fair in Scandinavia. Both years the fair hosted more than 70 international leading and emerging galleries including Perrotin, Neu, König, Pilar Corrias, Continua, Kukje Gallery, Galerie Krinzinger, KOW, Arcadia Missa, Carlos/Ishikawa and many others, and had more than 10.000 visitors including many international guests.
In Every Step There is a Movement
Pop up exhibition about migration and displacement made in collaboration with former United States Ambassador to Denmark Rufus Gifford, Stephen DeVincent, The US Embassy in Denmark, and Code Art Fair.
The exhibition took place in Bella Center on February 23rd 2017.
Artists: Samir Edo, Tina Enghoff, Dlovan Hassan, E.B. Itso, Runo Lagomarsino, Pablo Muñoz Pardo, Hossein Mahmoodi, Superflex, Danh Vō
Two dancers from The Royal Danish Ballet performed Gregory Dean's pas de deux 'Where to from now'.
For more images and information: https://www.linkedin.com/post/edit/6243477304564023296
Whilst some companies already have corporate art collections that help spark creativity internally and strengthen brand identity externally, others may benefit from enlightening their employers, partner group, board of trustees etc. about contemporary art in general through a talk.
I offer to give talks about various art related topics, and please don’t hesitate to contact me for ideas on which topic could be relevant for your company.
As founder and co-owner of Danish design company Ampersand, I encourage you to visit our site and learn more about our great products: https://www.ampersand-copenhagen.com
Ampersand is founded with an ambition to bring design objects created by contemporary artists to the people. We invite leading as well as emerging artists to create designs that allow a broader public to acquire and use objects made by artists. The objects will be sold at museum and design stores worldwide as well as directly through Ampersand.
Our first artist collaboration is with Danish artist group SUPERFLEX, who has created a cup that is functional – but contains an obvious error.
SUPERFLEX wishes to emphasize the value of errors. How errors can hold great beauty, change our perception and enable progress.
The ERROR CUP is the first in a series of such errors and is currently sold through Tate Modern's Edit Shop.