Enter Art Fair 2019
This year at Enter Art Fair 2020 Alice Folker Gallery presents new works by Anna Stahn, Asger H. Gjerdevik, Casper Aguila, Frederik Næblerød, Marie Rud Rosenzweig, Nat Bloch Gregersen and Ragnhild May.
Anna Stahn (b. 1994, Denmark) receives her MFA from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 2020 with a semester at Parsons Fine Art, The New School in New York. She had an exhibition in an old bathhouse titled ”What The Water Tells in Kofu” in Japan at The Airy Foundation. Stahn has examined sociality through a great interdisciplinary film project 'Hotel Kimono' in close collaboration with performers, artist and musicians from Tokyo in Japan and Copenhagen. Stahn is a writer of artist books in Danish, English and has also collaborated with the Japanese translator Yukako Atsuchi to make a multilingual book project The Daily Miracle / デイリーミラクル. Additionally, she is a writer of articles and prose for Danish magazines such as Atlas magazine and Hvedekorn and a co. founder of the publishing house Longetti. Upcoming shows include the exhibition ’Vaser og krukker i dansk samtidskunst’ at Gl. Holtegaard in Holte, Denmark and her MFA Degree Show at Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen.
Asger Harbou Gjerdevik (b. 1986, Denmark) earned a MA in Painting from Royal College of Art and a BA in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. In 2019 he had a solo exhibition at Kunstforeningen Gl. Strand, Copenhagen, Denmark. Gjerdevik has participated in numerous exhibitions, at venues such as Philipp Haverkampf, Berlin, Germany; Kunsthalle E-Werk, Schwerin, Germany; Denmark; Den Frie Udstillingsbygning, Copenhagen, Denmark, Collyer Bristow Gallery, London, UK. Gjerdevik was nominated for Remmen Foundation Art Prize in 2019. His works are in several prominent private collections as well as the collection of the City Council of Copenhagen. He lives and works in Berlin, Germany.
Casper Aguila (b. 1985, Denmark) is a photographer working with film, installations, sculpture, drawing and paintings. He captures nature and humans in delicate fragile situations, while his perspective is at the same time both poetic and raw.His works have been showed in Copenhagen Photo Festival and Arles Photo Festival. Casper Aguila and Frederik Næblerød were nominated for the Art Critics Award 2018 (AICA Award) and awarded by The Danish Arts Foundation.
Frederik Næblerød (b. 1988, Denmark). Recent exhibitions include Philipp Haverkampf, Berlin, Germany; Kunsthalle E-Werk, Schwerin, Germany; Politikens Forhal, Copenhagen, Denmark and Kunsthal for Maritim Æstetik, Grenaa, Denmark. Næblerød has participated in a group show at Anat Ebgi Gallery, Los Angeles, US and at NADA 2017 in Miami by Canada Gallery (NYC). His paintings and sculptures are included in the collection of The Danish Arts Foundation, Denmark as well as several important private collections. “OFF GRID”, his duo exhibition with Casper Aguila was awarded by The Danish Arts Foundation in 2019 and their project “Korshage 2015-2016” was nominated for Art Critics Award 2018 (AICA Award). In April 2020 he received 'Silkeborglegatet' a grant which is awarded to a young artist for his practice.Næblerød is part of an upcoming exhibition at Gl. Holtegaard in 2020. He lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Marie Rud Rosenzweig (b. 1990, Denmark) is studying at The Art Academy in Funen and has previously studied at Univärsitet der Künste in Berlin and Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. Exhibitions include solo shows Para-, FAA Room, Odense (2018) and Untitled // The green exhibition, VÆRK, Copenhagen (2016) and group shows in Denmark and Germany. She lives and works in Copenhagen.
Nat Bloch Gregersen (b. 1986, Denmark) is educated from The Jutland Art Academy in Denmark in 2015. Bloch Gregersen has exhibited at Kunsthal Aarhus Sculpture Park 2017, Den Frie Udstillingsbygning 2018 and is currently selected as one of 8 danish artist to exhibit at the international biennale for contemporary art - JCE biennale 2019-2021. She has created a large scale public commission to the Court House in Lyngby in 2020.Nat Bloch Gregersen works with installation, sculpture, text and reading. Materials like silicone, resin, salt, textile and light are staged in viscous and porous installations in a three dimensional space. By working with a dualistic approach, displacements occur between form and material; the heavy and light, the invisible and visible, the fixed and liquid.
Ragnhild May (b. 1988) work as a visual artist between visual art and music and combine different media (sound, sculpture, video, installation, performance, etc.) with conceptual rigor, sensitivity and humor. She is inspired by technology, science fiction, feminism and sound theory. The use of sound within a context of visual art is of particular significance, as her work respect the specificity and history of sound. In the past year, Ragnhild May’s work has been shown at e.g. VEGA ARTS, Roulette (NYC), The New Museum (NYC), Den Frie Udstilling and Astrid Noack's Atelier.