Installation view "Together but Separately Live"
"Together but Separately" live in Gallery Poulsen is up until July 10th

Your support to our reopening show have been overwhelming, therefore we decided to extend our beautiful exhibition and give you three more days to come and visit us in the gallery and see the show live. 

Opening hours next week: 
Wednesday - Friday 13 - 17.30 
Summer is coming and the gallery will be closed during the Summer holidays from July 11th - August 12th. 
You can always reach us at +45 4015 5588 for a private viewing. 
News from our artists around the world

It is with great pleasure, that we can announce that Nicola Verlato is being exhibited in Helsinki at the Finnish National Gallery, alongside artists such as Marina Abramovic, Jenny Saville, Jake & Dino's Chapman, Jeff Koons and Gavin Turk just to mention a few.
For more information see The Finnish National Gallery's home page.

John Jacobsmeyer's exhibition "The Alligator Pit Recoded" at the New York Academy of Art in TriBeCa has been visible from the street throughout the duration of the pandemic since early March and is thereby the longest running solo show with John Jacobsmeyer. Read more here.
Besides that John is working on a series of landscape paintings based on the Lunar Phases of the year 2020, which we look forward to see. 

Ryan Heshka has an upcoming show “Dream Weavers - Neo Fabulists 2” opening Saturday July 4th in Hamburg, Germany. The show is also featuring new artwork by Femke Hiemstra, Fred Stonehouse, El Gato Chimney, and Heiko Müller. 
Upcoming: Angela Gram Solo "Transfigured Night" opening August 14th

We are heading towards a great and fully packed Fall in Gallery Poulsen. We will kick off the Autumn season with a solo show with Angela Gram opening Friday August 14th 5-8 PM. 

In her artist statement Angela Gram tells us that this exhibition is a series of nocturnes where darkness serves as a Romantic perspective in which to explore the natural sublime and the uncanny.  Inspiration from the infinite biodiversity of nature is a place where the artist’s vision can delve into unknown, otherworldly realms that are serene and terrifying, fantastic, and yet strikingly real.  Only between these tenuous boundaries of the familiar and the obscure, lies the potential for transformative experience.  The surreal creatures in these paintings are meant to embody a transfiguration in darkness, as if they are possessed by the sublime themselves. 
Nicola Verlato's "Hostia" on the left and "The Settler" on the right is on show at The Finnish National Gallery till September 9th

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