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Varenr.: 06438-001-L

Long Live the Queen, 2021
oil on linen
170 x 130 cm, 51 x 67 in

Tine Nedbo - Long Live the Queen, 2021 - oil on linen - 170 x 130 cm, 51 x 67 in
Tine Nedbo - Aphrodite, 2021 - oil on linen - 80 x 40 cm, 32 x 16 in
Tine Nedbo - BILLY PILGRIM, 2018 - oil on canvas - 65 x 50 cm, 25,5 x 20 in
Tine Nedbo - Kitchen Tales (talking about a revolution), 2018 - oil on canvas - 200 x 250 cm, 79 x 98,5 in
Tine Nedbo - ONE DAY BABY, 2014 - oil on canvas - 140 x 100 cm, 55 x 39 in
Tine Nedbo - Tom in the Kitchen (WIP), 2020 - oil on canvas - 130 x 90 cm, 51 x 35,5 in
Tine Nedbo - Untitled (Kolonihave), 2017 - 2020 - oil on canvas - 180 x 120 cm, 71 x 47 in
Tine Nedbo - UNTITLED (portrait), 2014 - 2015 - oil on canvas - 120 x 100 cm, 47 x 39,5 in

TINE NEDBO

Born 1987, Aarhus, Denmark
Lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark

In these paintings the artist depict loved ones in their natural habitats of respectively Sydney, Berlin and Copenhagen. These towering figures inhabit their safe spaces with gestures of belonging, disarmed in their realms of self-government. They are self-posed, even majestic, yet a disturbing weariness is also present. Surrounded by vibrant textures suggesting a jittery vigilancy, an anticipation of movement, their gazes are simultaneously arresting, demanding, confrontational and resigned – the accessibility granted to whoever is gazing into these private spaces is not unconditional.

Tine Nedbo is interested in the way people inhabit spaces and what social and political meanings that entails. How we interact with each other on both a micro- and macro level and what structures are in place to provide a sort of underlying framework for those interactions. What the complex interrelationship between cultural and political change and how we perform society means for the possibility of profound change in the way we perceive and deal with power.


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