Tag: Denmark


Louise C. Fenne

A VISUAL STATEMENT Louise C. Fenne: “I paint mainly portraits, still lifes, and interiors. My inclination to paint is driven primarily by the desire to make a visual statement rather than an intellectual one. Consequently, my subjects tend only to be the means to a greater aesthetic end. I think my recent work has been […]

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Michael Kvium

OBSCENE AND GROTESQUE PHYSIOGNOMIES Michael Kvium, in a personal gallery of monstrous, obscene and grotesque physiognomies, unfurls this complex of problems which we might repress – or which we cannot stand being confronted with. His canvases are peopled by deformed, crumpled up, bound or coalesced human bodies. But his artistic vocabulary also spans across a […]

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