Ian Ingram “Boarder” wood, copper, epoxy resin clay, 117 x 277 x 20 cm, 46 x 109 x 8 in

 

Together but Separately

 

An unusual, ongoing and online group show

From March 26th until further notice

 

The world as we know it has suddenly and dramatically changed and will probably never be the same. During this unsecure and for many, incredibly hard time we need to stand together in the effort to bring everyone through this unreal time in our history. We need to find a way to help each of us through this crisis and look for the light at the end of the tunnel.

Art has always survived, and art will survive this! Let’s use art as the cohesive force in overcoming this crisis.

The art that will change hands right now will be a landmark in art and our society in general in the time to come, because it will forever be a reminder of this unusual time in our world’s history. What happens right now is what contemporary art is about, and this is one of the most interesting times in modern history.

Our community, including artists, collectors and gallery, has always been strong, and our power of unity is an incredible force especially in a time like this.

The gallery space as a white cube is temporarily closed more or less worldwide, which means that our main channel is not available for either us or our audience. All of our artists are still in their studios, creating astonishing masterpieces, even more isolated now than ever.

Gallery Poulsen and our artists are joining forces both artistically and digitally, like Alexandre Dumas’ famous novel about the musketeers, “One for all, all for one!”

This unusual group show will take you behind the scenes and into the Holy of Holies – the artists’ studios. During this show, we will present absolutely new works, including some works in progress, directly on the wall in the studio of each artist, wherever in the world they are.

We look forward to answering any questions you may have regarding the new works.

 

We can be reached any time at:
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +45 40 15 55 88

 

 

 

Angela Gram, "Transfigured Night" 2020, oil on linen, 122 x 152,5 cm, 48 x 60
"Transfigured Night" shot in Angela Grams studio in New York
Tom Sandford's Icon Beer painting
Taylor Schultek: "The Polybius Anomaly" 2020, oil on wood panel, 122 x 92 cm, 48 x 36 in
"The Polybius Anomaly" 2020, by Taylor Schultek, oil on wood panel, 122 x 92 cm, 48 x 36 in, shot in Taylor's studio in New York
Landon Bailey Higgins: "The Fruitful Gingko", 2020, 76 x 61 cm, 30 x 24 in
Landon Bailey Higgins: "The Fruitful Gingko" captured in his studio in New York
IN PROGRESS. Nicola Verlato, 2020, oil on linen, 170 x 110 cm, 67 x 43 in
Mi Ju “Mai Tai” 2019, acrylic on linen, 46 x 61 cm, 18 x 24 in
Jean-Pierre Roy in his studio in New York City working on "Love and the anti-Void"
Jud Bergeron's "My Pal Foot Foot", 2020, slip cast hand glazed ceramic, 31 x 15 x 15 cm, 12 x 6 x 6 in
John Jacobsmeyer painting on "Good Caws" in his studio in New York City
John Jacobsmeyer "Good Caws" 2020, oil on panel, 61 x 46 cm, 24 x 18 in
Alfred Steiner, Melee, 2020, watercolor on 600 grm hot press paper, 127 x 75 cm, 49 x 29 in
Jean-Pierre Roy "Love and the anti-Void" 2020, oil on linen, 91 x 61 cm, 36 x 24 in

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