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Marie Rud Rosenzweig
(b. 1991, Denmark)
Marie Rud Rosenzweig has studied at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Funen, at Univärsitet der Künste in Berlin and Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. Her works contain a formalistic study of figure and motif. Through paintings, photography, installation, and text, she presents reflections of a larger narrative - a hidden story unfolding in fragments that the viewer encounters through words, form and colour.
Rud Rosenzweig has exhibited in the UK, Denmark, and Germany. Upcoming exhibitions include Golsa Gallery, Oslo. Her recent solo exhibitions include SCOOBY can talk?!, M100, Odense (2023); Kipple, Kunstforeningen Gl. Strand, Copenhagen (2023); Likert; never, rarely, sometimes always, Baka'd'Busk, Copenhagen (2021); Glitch, Baggaarden, Copenhagen (2020); System and Boundary , Alice Folker Gallery (2019) and Para-, FAA Room, Odense (2018). Recent group shows include The Colour of Pomegranates, Mamoth Gallery, London (2023); In the Zone, Alice Folker Gallery, Copenhagen (2022); Kassandras Søstre, Rundetårn, Copenhagen (2022) as well as Awakening before dawn, Kunst im Hafen, Düsseldorf (2021). Her works are in the collections of the Danish Parlament and the Danish Arts Foundation.
She lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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