If you don’t have any plans tomorrow, we’ve just been informed by our good friends from Place de Bleu that they are a part of a new art exhibition by the Danish artist Erik A. Frandsen. The exhibition is called “Whoever has the most things when we die wins”, and is being exhibited at “Galerie Mikael Andersen” from tomorrow the 23rd of August.
Erik A. Frandsen is an artist who is quite known for constantly seeking new techniques and materials to his art projects. This strive has led him to come across specially educated craftsmen, such as plasterers, mosaic artists etc., which have helped him out with other projects.
For his newest exhibition, Erik A. Frandsen kindly asked the hardworking women from Place de Bleu to contribute to his exhibition with their fantastic craftsmanship.
The women was asked to crochet 150 meters skid chains out of yarn, which is mounted on 20 car tyres crafted in all white porcelain. The whole exhibition centers on the obvious contrasts between man, woman and cultures.
Tomorrow, the exhibition will open up it’s doors, and you are all most welcome to join the festivities, and see the fantastic piece of craftsmanship Place de Bleu has provided.
If you can’t make it at tomorrow’s opening, you can attend the exhibition until the 28th of September.
Weekly Opening Hours:
Tuesday – Friday: 12-18, Saturday 11-15.
Exhibition Opening // Whoever has the most things when we die wins
Galerie Mikael Andersen,
1260 Copenhagen K.