Staring at the Sun

February 23 - March 23

Although we live in a world full of darkness, art reveals the persistent luminosity of the human spirit. In the midst of the darkest days of political turmoil around the world, art may cut through the winter darkness like fiery rays of sunlight. Aaron Johnson’s new solo show ”Staring at the Sun” provides a lens into his personal quest to seek light in dark times.

Sasha Bogojev from Juxtapoz Magazine has been on a studio visit with Aaron Johnson while his exhibition was in the making. Read the article HERE

Aaron Johnson: "Staring at the Sun" 
opening February 23rd


Being There Then

February 23 - March 23

Alongside Aaron Johnson, we are delighted to present the first solo show by Colin Chillag in our gallery. His exhibition ”Being There Then” is based on his collection of polaroid photos from the 1960s and 1970s, depicting scenes as emanations of a past reality. Chillag has derived the titles of the paintings directly from the terminology of German philosopher and seminal thinker, Martin Heidegger, as a humorous answer to the meaning of existence. 

Colin Chillag’s work has been featured in several exhibitions at in both galleries and museums. He has been featured in articles for Beautiful Decay, Juxtapoz and Hi-Fructose.

Colin Chillag: "Being There Then"
opening February 23rd


See you in the Big Apple

We are facing an exhilarating spring program in the gallery. And March is no exception as the second weekend of that month is reserved for Armory Week in New York, as per usual. This year we have teamed up with Art on Paper, an ambitious and thriving art fair with a unique focus on works on paper. 
We are delighted to present both our regular splendid team as well as a few newcomers in our auspices, in a display of the absolute creme de la creme of oil, acrylic, watercolor, charcoal and cutouts on paper. 

Represented artists:
Jean-Pierre Roy (US)
John Jacobsmeyer (US)
Nicola Verlato (IT)
Taylor Schultek (US)
Tom Sanford (US)
Alfred Steiner (US)
Angela Gram (US)
Super Future Kid (DE)
Jud Bergeron (US)
Ian Ingram (US)
William Powhida (US)
Mu Pan (US)

Friday, March 8: 11:00am to 7:00pm
Saturday, March 9: 11:00am to 7:00pm
Sunday, March 10: 12:00pm to 6:00pm

299 South Street - Pier 36, Downtown Manhattan

About Art on Paper


Nicola Verlato
Ian Ingram

Nicola Verlato invitational show

March 30 - April 27

For our second exhibition of the spring, we have entrusted Nicola Verlato with the task of creating an invitational show. Much to our delight, Verlato has invited Ian Ingram to exhibit alongside him and his spectacular mythical universe. Ingram’s hyper-realistic and distinctly hypnotizing portraits compliment Verlato’s visual narratives beautifully. 

Ian Ingram is no stranger to the art scene, and is already leaving heavy marks with his visionary yet tender brush strokes of such precision that he manages to create an almost hauntingly intimate space between the painting and its viewer. 

Ian 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.

Nicola Verlato featuring Ian Ingram 
opening March 30th


In addition to our continuing exhibitions in Gallery Poulsen, we also offer you to host your next reception, viewing, product launch, fashion show or perhaps something entirely different in our creative, industrial and aesthetically beautiful space in the heart of Copenhagen.

With high ceilings, polished concrete floors and many meters of wall space, Gallery Poulsen serves the optimum setting for a wide range of events. Our bright space is centrally located in the middle of an artistic hub among the raw and industrial surroundings of the meatpacking district.

Visit our new website for more info and find an array of inspiration from previous events

We have already hosted several brands such as ChriChri, Yousee, Eva Solo, Aqua D’or, Diesel and many others.


Last chance to visit Topanga Beach

We are currently showing Rainer Hosch’ captivatingly serene solo show "Topanga Beach", which has transformed the gallery into a little corner of the Pacific coast. The show runs until Saturday February 16th, so do not hesitate to stop by the gallery, explore each grain of sand, and take in the last ray of sunlight.

Rainer Hosch: "Topanga Beach" 
January 12 – February 16
Press release
About Rainer Hosch

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