Art Herning opens February 1st
and we are thrilled to welcome you into our booth H0142
Next week, we are heading west to install a smashing new display of masterpieces, created for the annual Art Herning contemporary art fair by our fierce team, consisting of:
Alfred Steiner (US), Angela Gram (US), Eric White (US), Jean-Pierre Roy (US), John Jacobsmeyer (US), Mu Pan (US), Mi Ju (KOR), Nicola Verlato (IT), Rainer Hosch (US/AUT), Tom Sanford (US), Taylor Schultek (US), Christian Rex van Minnen (US), William Powhida (US) and Aaron Johnson (US).
This year, we have 5 new established artists in our fold, who will make their debut in Herning:
Alison Blickle (US), Ian Ingram (US), Super Future Kid (DE), Colin Chillag (US, Jud Bergeron (US)
View full list of works here
Friday, February 1st - Kl. 14.00-19.00
Saturday February 2nd - Kl. 11.00-17.00
Sunday, February 3rd - Kl. 11.00-17.00
MCH Herning Kongrescenter, Østergade 37, 7400 Herning
Bergeron’s geometric sculptures have been exhibited through out North America and now also Europe. Bergeron has been awarded public art commissions in a number of cities around the country. In 2018 he created a 10 foot commissioned sculpture by Facebook to be installed on the 8th floor veranda of their new campus in Menlo Park, CA.
His sculptures has furthermore been in several museum shows and included in many important private collections.
Blickle’s delicate female imagery depicts women engaged in mysterious ceremonies, pulling us into a bygone era in delicate, dark scenery, which hides the remains of a mysterious occurrence. Alison Blickle has exhibited all over the US and Europe, with recent solo exhibitions at Kravets Wehby Gallery in New York and Eleanor Harwood Gallery in San Francisco. Her work is included in important collections, such as prominent New York collector Hubert Neumannm as well as being featured in major art magazines like Juxtapoz and Hi Fructose, who describes her a ”magician” and a ”must see”.
Super Future Kid
Super Future Kid invites us to enter into a wondrous neon playground of the future. Her work is largely based on her fascination with supernatural creatures in saturated colorful surroundings. Born in East Germany in 1981, Super Future Kid has created an exhuberant cascade of psychedelic dreamlike figures and sculptures, as a direct result of her childhood memories of a whole new world arising as the Berlin wall fell. Super Future Kid has exhibited worldwide at Hiromart Gallery (Tokyo), Artists Republic (California), Junge Kunst (Berlin), Richard Heller Gallery (Los Angeles), Galerie Holger John (Dresden), among others.
Ingram is making quite a mark on the art scene with his hyper-realistic and vividly intense self-portraits. Gazing directly out of the canvas and onto the viewer, he creates an almost uncomfortably intimate space in between. All the while pulling us in with alluring ferocity. Ingram’s work is included in numerous private collections, as well as the permanent collection of the De Young Museum in San Francisco, California and the Arnot Art Museum in Elmira, New York.
Colin Chillag's obscure group portraits depict a variegated collection of history's most distinctive characters - good as well as evil. His paintings capture an evolution of deconstructions of the world around him, left open for the viewer to explore. His work has been featured in several exhibitions at in both galleries and museums. Colin Chillag has been featured in articles for "Beautiful Decay", "JUXTAPOZ" and "Hi-Fructose". The most recent article is "Nemo: The Anonymous Portaits of Katinka Lampe and Colin Chillag" written by Roman Kalinovski for Art Critical in November 2018.