Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2023
Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition is among the most important open, censored exhibitions in Europe and has been an annual recurring show at Kunsthal Charlottenborg since 1857.
A jury selects works from Danish as well as artists from all over the world across the genres of visual art, architecture, crafts and design. This year the jury consists 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.
The exhibited artists and artist groups are: Solveig Aalberg (NO), Anders Aarvik (DK), Emil Alenius (DK), Marcus Trappaud Bjørn (DK), Adam Bloch (DK), Kristoffer Bech (DK), Yasmina Derradj (DK/DZ), Ash Garwood (US/AU), gruppe-aja (DK), Siri Hammarén (SE), Lene Harbo (DK), Maria Hardin (US/SE), Helen Haskakis (SE), Torkild Helland Kleppe (NO), Laurits Honoré Rønne (DK), Jan Ijäs (FI), Yasmin Jalilian (DK), Ria Albano (BR/DK), Flemming Jensen (DK), Ebba Johansson (SE), Iida Jonsson/Ssi Saarinen/Ona Julija Lukas Steponaityte (FI,FI,LT), Mads Juel (DK), Carl Lützen (DK), Amalia Melchior Hyldahl (DK), Bjørg Dyg Nielsen (DK), Ivan Nylander (SE), Theodor Nymark (DK), MA students from The Royal Danish Academy, institute for Architecture and Culture: Philip Alexander Antons (DK), Nina Ballegaard (DK), Nomi Ancher Bekker (DK), Frederik Bergan (NO), Anne Louise Bjerre (DK), Malin Eva Katarina Eliasson (DK), Anna Fogh (DK), Esther Kristine Fröhlich (DK), Kajsa Gustafsson (SE), Marcus Alexander Bøhmer Hornslien (NO), Mads Vagn Jacobsen (DK), Jonathan Carl Jensen (DK), Ane Bella Sjøsten Panholm (DK), Rose Bygholm Risager (DK), Clara Sabel (SE), Anna Eglite Sørensen (DK), Anne Marie Stahl (DK), Magnus Johan Storgaard (DK), Torjus Tenge (NO) og Tobias Uldahl Thomsen (DK), and teachers: Rikke Sandbugt (NO), Høgni Hansen (DK) og Thomas Knud Gunnersen Harboe (DK), Nisei Ota (JP), Signe Ralkov (DK), Nicklas Randau (SE), Sophie Søborg Mosbæk (DK), Jørn Hulgaard Sørensen (DK), Ihsan Saad Ihsan Tahir (DK), Meri Toivanen (FI), Jelena Lilija Kimsdotter Vänts (SE) & Frej Volander (DK)
The winners of The Solo Award and The Deep Forest Art Land Award will be announced to the public on 8 February 2023.
The exhibition is supported by 15. Juni Fonden, Augustinus Fonden, Axel Muusfeldt Fond, Beckett-Fonden, Dreyers Fond, Knud Højgaards Fond, Det Obelske Familiefond, Statens Kunstfond, and Aage og Johanne Louis-Hansen Fonden.
Events in the exhibition period:
Wednesday, 1 February: Opening
17.00-21.00 Opening at Kunsthal Charlottenborg
17.30 DJ Adagio for Things
18.00 Performance in the exhibition space
Wednesday, 8 February: Guided tour and award ceremony
17.00 Guided exhibition tour
18.00 Announcing the winners of the Solo Award in collaboration with Politikens Forhal and the Deep Forest Art Land Award
Wednesday, 15 February: Guided tour
17.00 Guided tour in the exhibition
Wednesday, 22 February: Performances
17.00 Performances in the exhibition
Sunday, 5 March: Finissage
11.00-17.00 Final day of the exhibition
Admission to all events is free. Further info will follow.