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On Thursday 22 October we’ll do the finissage of John Kørner’s exhibition ‘Crazy, Watermelon, Shipping’ . An event created in collaboration with Danish fashion designer @madsnorgaard For the occasion a limited edition suit and tote bags with images from John’s paintings from his current show have been designed. Stay tuned for further info..
A silent moment in a painting by Swedish artist Anna Bjerger. Image: Anna Bjerger, Untitled, 28 x 20 cm
John Kørner & Mads Nørgaard // Finissage // Crazy Watermelon Shipping #madsnørgaard @madsnorgaard
Janaina Tschäpe’s opens her solo exhibition at @museeorangerie in Paris on the 21st of October 2020. Musée de l’Orangerie’s fifth “Contemporary counterpoint” to Claude Monet’s Les Nymphéas (waterlilies), invites contemporary artists to make an exhibition in response to the work of renowned painter, Claude Monet. "For me, painting means feeling something close up, being in the present physically, body and soul. I could never explain this intimate dialogue with the canvas to anyone. My painting does not come from images. It emerges from my observations, which might just as well come from observations of nature as from my imagination; in my view the two go hand in hand." In a strange and dreamlike manner, Janaïna Tschäpe’s video Blood, Sea – the title is borrowed from Italo Calvino – immerses the viewer in an organic, colourful universe, freely asserting her sense of belonging to Brazilian culture. For the Musée de l’Orangerie, Janaina Tschäpe paints and draws, thinking of Monet by his pond at Giverny when the old master was reinventing, beyond the myth of plein air painting, the happiness he felt in filling notebooks with quickly sketched observations. This language is not dissimilar to the language which, in 2018, shed light on the drawings affixed to some of her paintings: "This comes from my desire to stay a little longer with my painting when most of the work is done. I often feel a desire to continue touching up the painting a little more, with pencil for example, to go over its colourful skin like a caress, not only with large brushstrokes, but rather with small considered signs, with hesitation, to feel the nearness of the canvas with my hand or even with my nose. It is only afterwards that I can see what kind of signs this produces, to my great surprise." The show runs from 21.1020 – 15.02.2021 Image : Janaina Tschäpe, Blood, Sea, capture d'écran
Don't forget we have extended John Kørner's exhibition 'Crazy, Watermelon, Shipping'' until 24.10.20 ''It is an absurd privilege to sink your teeth into a "crazy watermelon". There is something both fantastic and hugely problematic about this commodity, which has been shipped from another country, another culture, without us giving it a second thought at the moment of purchase. Of course we are aware of the environmental and human costs of this privilege. The watermelon has to be shipped from A to B, or from A to B to C to D, in a container ship, truck or plane, and loads of produce is thrown out when it goes past the expiration date. We have not had to suffer without this privilege even during the Covid-19 crisis, reflecting how commanding the global market and our consumption patterns are. That is why the ships are parked in the Kattegat. They are awaiting orders about where to deliver their cargo to enable the continued excitation of our senses in the supermarket.'' Image: John Kørner Shopping at the Creek Acrylic on canvas 150 x 180 cm
We have extended the exhibition ‘Crazy, Watermelon, Shipping’ by John Kørner until October 24. image: John Kørner Untitled, 2020 // Supermarket Watercolour on Arches paper mounted on hand-painted plywood with artist designed frame 42,5 cm x 46,5 cm x 4,2 cm
From today’s studio visit with Danish artist Peter Linde Busk. Linde Busk was the artist we were going to show at @marketartfair in spring 2020, however due Covid the fair was canceled. But good news are we are showing the curated show Peter Linde Busk originally prepared for Stockholm in the gallery - the show will open on Thursday 29.10 - stay tuned for further information
Photobook Week Århus // Per Bak Jensen. This unique exhibition, at show at ARoS, pays homage to the work of renowned Danish photographer Per Bak Jensen. With a focus on his publications, it brings together his entire photographic oeuvre in book form. The exhibition is curated by Anne Elisabeth Toft and Jesper Rasmussen in collaboration with Per Bak Jensen.
John Kørner // Crazy Watermelon Shipping // Installationsviews // The exhibition will be extended until October 24th, 2020
Gallerist Morten at work 🤗
‘Problems’ in John Kørner's exhibition Crazy Watermelon Shipping The gallery is open from 1 - 6 pm - we hope to see you ! #crazywatermelonshipping#johnkørner
John Kørner, Understanding the Impact of Architecture 12, Lithograph, framed size 102 x 138 cm ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ John Kørner, Understanding the Impact of Architecture 8, Lithograph, framed size 88 x 116 cm #crazywatermelonshippimg#johnkørner#lithography
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