Open Call: Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2023
For 166th time the Charlottenborg Foundation invites everyone to apply to the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition at Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition is one of the most important open submission exhibitions in Northern Europe and has been held annually since 1857.
To participate in the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2023 artists can apply digitally from 1 – 22 December 2022. Everyone above the age 18 can apply with up to five works or series within, but not limited to, the categories art, architecture and craft/design.
A jury consisting of architect Peter Møller Rasmussen, artist Ann Sophie von Bülow, photographer Søren Rønholt, designer Nina Nørgaard, artist Julie Falk, artist Skjold Rambow and curator Isabella Hemmersbach will evaluate the submissions.
The jury decides on the participating artists and informs about their decision on 13 January 2023. The works must be handed in for hanging on Monday 23 January 2023. Each participating artist or artist group will receive DKK 2.500 for showing in the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2023.
The deadline for applications is Thursday 22 December 2023 at 11.59 noon. APPLY HERE.
LOCATION & EXHIBITION PERIOD
The Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2023 takes place 1 February – 5 March 2023 at Kunsthal Charlottenborg.
On 8 February 2023 the Charlottenborg Foundation will award two artists or artist groups with the Solo Award in collaboration with Politikens Forhal and the Deep Forest Art Land Award.
The Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition’s solo award recognises overall artistic quality and relevance, and is granted on the opening night of the exhibition in collaboration with Signe Jochumsen, Head of Exhibitions at Politikens Forhal. The Solo Award is accompanied by a DKK 10.000 kr. cash prize and an invitation to a solo exhibition at Politikens Forhal in 2024.
The winner of the Deep Forest Art Land Award will have the opportunity to present a work at Deep Forest Art Land, Kibæk, Denmark. With the Deep Forest Art Land Award follows a cash prize of DKK 10.000.
ABOUT THE CHARLOTTENBORG SPRING EXHIBITION
Over the years, the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition has been the first significant step for many young artists on the path to a professional career. Many artists who today are internationally recognised debuted or presented works at the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition throughout its history.
ABOUT THE CHARLOTTENBORG FOUNDATION
The Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition is organised by the Charlottenborg Foundation and its board, consisting of architect Peter Møller Rasmussen, artist Ann Sophie von Bülow, photographer Søren Rønholt, designer Nina Nørgaard, artist Julie Falk and artist Skjold Rambow.
For further info, please visit www.foraarsudstillingen.dk.