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Asger H. Gjerdevik
(b. 1986, Denmark)

Asger Harbou Gjerdevik graduated with an MFA in Painting from Royal College of Art, London and BA in Fine Art, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London. Gjerdevik works with various media such as painting, sculpture, collage, and drawing. His works are created in a process that involves continuous additions of materials, interposed references, transformations, and overlays. Often the results are both complex and boundless pictorial spaces or structures, with potential for perpetual change.
Gjerdevik’s exhibitions include a group show at Skovgaard Museum, Viborg (2024). Gjerdevik has created solo shows at Alice Folker Gallery, Copenhagen (2023, 2020 and 2018); CCA, Andratx (2021); Politikens Forhal, Copenhagen (2021) and Kunstforeningen Gl. Strand, Copenhagen (2019). Group exhibitions include shows at Quantum oddity gallery, Berlin (2023); Studio Schreck Gustafsson, Borrby (2023); Alma Pearl Gallery, London (2023); Den Frie Udstillingsbygning, Copenhagen (2023); Art Brussels, Brussels (2022); Philipp Haverkampf, Berlin (2020); dépendance Bruxelles x Alice Folker (2020) and Kunsthalle E-werk, Schwerin (2019). 
Gjerdevik has created public commissions to the Western High Court (2021) and the Eastern High Court (2022) in Denmark. His works can be found in several public collections, including the City Council of Copenhagen, Politikens Hus, and the court in Lyngby.


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