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Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2020

It is with great pleasure that the Charlottenborg Foundation and Kunsthal Charlottenborg invite to the opening of the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2020, one of the most important open, censored exhibitions in Europe since 1857. The opening will take place on:

Saturday February 1, 7pm-12 midnight
The exhibition closes at 10pm

Welcome speech at 7.30pm by Thomas Lindvig, Chairman of the Board, the Charlottenborg Foundation. Following, opening speech on behalf of this year's jury by Director at Malmö Art Museum Kirse Junge-Stevnsborg, where this year's winners of the Solo Award and the newly established Talent Award are also announced.

DJ Christian d’Or provides music all night and Apollo Kantine serves the dish of the day for 85 DKK. Admission is free and everyone is welcome!

This year 70 Danish and international artists and artist groups have been selected by the jury among 736 applicants. A total of 134 works are on display this year created by well-established artists, but also by emerging young talents from Denmark and Europe as well as Israel, Russia and USA.

This year’s participants are:
Marie Agnild (DK), Selin Akin (TR) & Alexander Papakonstandinou (GR), Katja Angeli (DK), Shimon Attie (US), Bianca Barandun (CH), Anders Bendixen (DK), Stine Bidstrup (DK), BLUE TIT Production (Helle Pagter, Amia Miang & Pernille Koch) (DK), Silke Brandes (DK), Bue Bredsdorff (DK), Andreas Brunner (CH), Kasper Christiansen (DK), Valerie Collart (FR), Bjørn Colstrup (DK), Hilde Dramstad (NO), Frans Drewniak (DK), Ellen Dynebrink (SE), AnneMette Elmelund (DK), Signe Emdal (DK), Simone Fezer (DE), Lauge Groes (DK), Henriikka Harinen (FI), Dorthe Herup (DK), Liisa Hietanen (FI), Davide Hjort (IT), Erik Hjorth (DK), Annamarie Ho (US), Gunzi Holmström (FI), Mette Homar (DK), Hanna Hyy (FI), Maria Høyen (NO), Mads Max Ibenfeldt (DK), Noa Ironic (IL), Amalie Vöge Jensen (DK), Nellie Jonsson (SE), Silke Xenia Juul (DK), Nikki Jääskeläinen (FI), Jakob Jørgensen (DK), Kamilla Jørgensen (DK), Niklas Karlsson (SE), Malene Kastalje (DK), Jonna Kina (FI), Maria Koshenkova (RU), Rebecka Larsdotter (SE), Anton Lind (SE), Christina Maj Lundqvist (DK), Material Think Space (Kate Williams (US) & Louis Alderson-Bythell (UK)), Anne Mortensen (DK), Niels Østergaard Munk (DK), Isaac Nissen (DK), Anna Nyberg (SE), Karl Ejnar Nybo (DK), Annelie Grimwade Olofsson (SE), Christina Bruun Olsson (DK), Iida Pii (FI), François Réau (FR), Marie Retpen (DK) & Begitte Lynge Andersen (DK), Sixten Sandra (SE), Katherine Sankey (IE), Susanne Schwieter (DE), Henk Stallinga (NL), Trine Struwe (DK), Stine Stubdrup (DK), Charlotte Thorup (DK), Attilio Tono (IT), André Viking (DK), Austin Voll (US), Vic West (SE), Sky Lucy Young (DK), Heidi Øiseth (NO).

Furthermore, last year's winner of the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition Solo Award, Samaneh Roghani (IR), presents a solo exhibition with a new photo installation at the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2020.

This year's jury is Kirse Junge-Stevnsborg (Director, Malmö Art Museum), Morten Løbner Espersen (craftsman), Tina Maria Nielsen (visual artist), Trine Søndergaard (visual artist) and Trude Mardal (architect). With their artistic practice and background as well as their international experience the jury has not only selected the works for the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2020 but also nominated five artists for this year’s Solo Award and elected the winners of the Solo Award and the Talent Award.

The nominees for the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition Solo Award 2020 are: Andreas Brunner (CH), Signe Emdal (DK), Rebecka Larsdotter (SE), Anton Lind (SE) and Niels Østergaard Munk (DK).

Talk programme
During the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2020 visitors can meet some of the participating artists and hear about their works and artistic practice. All events are free. Further info about the events here.

Funds and sponsors
The Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2020 is generously supported by the following funds and sponsors: 15. Juni Fonden, Apollo Bar, Augustinus Fonden, Beckett-Fonden, Danmarks Nationalbanks Jubilæumsfond af 1968, Det Obelske Familiefond, Dreyers Fond, Grosserer L. F. Foghts Fond, Knud Højgaards Fond, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Statens Kunstfond, Vester Kopi and Aage og Johanne Louis-Hansens Fond.