Rasmus Eckhardt (b. 1982), live and works in Copenhagen, where he creates thought-provoking artworks inspired by his own life experiences. In his latest series, Rasmus immerses himself as a character within his paintings, capturing the essence of solitude and the universal feeling of being left behind. Through blurred and weightless figures, Rasmus symbolizes not only himself but also the collective experience of temporary abandonment. Viewers are invited to contemplate the circumstances that led to these poignant moments. Using delicate brushstrokes and light-colored nuances on raw boards, Rasmus creates a blend of dream and reality. The result is a familiar yet ethereal space that evokes restlessness and magic—a beautiful yet unsettling moment that resonates with anyone who has faced life's complexities. Eckhardt has exhibited extensively across Europe and the US.
Cathrine Raben Davidsen (b.1972) was born in Copenhagen, Denmark and lives and works in Copenhagen. She received her MFA from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Prior to this she studied at Instituto Lorenzo de´ Medici, Florence and at Vrije Akademie, The Hague. Her work is represented in numerous prominent museum collections and institutions, including The National Gallery of Denmark, Horsens Art Museum, Trapholt Museum for Modern Art and Design, Kunsten Museum of Modern Art Aalborg, The Danish Art Foundation and The New Carlsberg Foundation. Raben Davidsen has exhibited widely in Denmark and abroad, worked on extensive commissions and has made set- and costume design for The Royal Danish Ballet. She has been awarded many prestigious prizes and grants such as The Beckett Art Prize, Anne Marie Telmányi born Carl Nielsen Honorary Grant, the HH Bruun Honorary Grant, the Niels Wessel Bagge Art Foundation and the Danish Arts Foundation. In 2015 she was appointed Knight of the Order of the Dannebrog by Her Majesty The Queen of Denmark.
Evren Tekinoktay (b.1972) lives and works in Copenhagen, DK. In 1999 she graduated from The Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Denmark after years at Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam (1993-97) and at Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht (1997-99). Tekinoktay moves effortlessly between medias - from handcrafted wall based neon reliefs with painted plexiglass, collages in paper on wooden panel, embroidered fabric works mounted on mirror and paintings on plexiglass. Despite the obvious difference in the media they all share a common interest in the collage. Tekinoktay cuts, pastes and paints a wide variety of motives, shapes and forms, thereby creating her own colorful and vibrant language.
This exhibition has been created together with COLLABORATIONS By Tania & Thomas Asbaek
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