• From January 13, 2023 16:00 to March 05, 2023 17:00
    Opening:
    At: Galleri Image, Vestergade 29 8000 Aarhus C.
    Galleri Image presents the exhibition Host, House, Hourglass by Elisabeth Molin, which opens on January 13 from 4-6 pm. Host, House, Hourglass is a story in the form of an exhibition about inhabiting spaces; mentally, bodily and physically, about belongin
    g to spaces and the notions of being (or not being) at home.  As an extension of Molin’s previous work, in which she explores abstract concepts such as gravity, rhythm, and closeness, the exhibition is made as a temporary assemblage, where domestic objects from temporary homes extend and displace the filmic stories created in these spaces. The predominantly found and later transformed objects become carriers of a story in the way that they have been cut, touched and marked, and create new associations between mental and physical space.Elisabeth Molin (b. 1985) is a Danish visual artist based in London, from where she holds a BFA from Chelsea College of Art and an MFA from Royal College of Art. She has shown her work, among other places, at the National Museum of Lithuania in Vilnius, The KW Institute in Berlin, Wiels in Bruxelles, Belmacz and Sundy in London, LLLLLL and Das Weisse Haus in Wien, ISCP and Maw in New York, and at Lagune Quest and Sixty Eight Art Institute in Copenhagen. She has shown her videos as part of Images Festival in Toronto, Stuttgarter Filmwinter in Stuttgart, and The Medrar Video Festival in Cairo. In Molin’s practice, she works with the tension between photography, video, installation, and performance. Her works can be characterised by an interest in deconstructing barriers between physical surroundings and mental spaces, using mixed media as a catalyst for forcing these spheres closer towards each other.http://elisabethmolin.com/1125-2/Conversation between Elisabeth Molin and Anne Kølbæk IversenIn conjunction with the exhibition, Galleri Image have invited Elisabeth Molin and Anne Kølbæk Iversen, postdoc in Aesthetics and Culture at Aarhus University to participate in a conversation about how objects act as vessels of meaning and how they can represent a sense of belonging. Here, Elisabeth Molin will also expand on the exhibition itself.  The seminar will take place on 4 Februrary at 2 pm. More information to follow.The exhibition is supported by the Danish Arts Foundation, The Augustinus Foundation, the Obel Family Foundation, DJ:Fotograferne, and Den Hielmstierne-Rosencroneske Stiftelse.Photo: Elisabeth Molin, set of ends. Video still. 
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  • From March 10, 2023 16:00 to April 30, 2023 17:00
    Opening:
    At: Galleri Image, Vestergade 29 8000 Aarhus C.
    What do we see when we look at nature? And how do we view ourselves? Galleri Image presents the exhibition 10,000 Years After the Apple by the Danish visual artist and filmmaker Jeppe Lange. Opening: 10 March, 4-6 pm. 10,000 years after the apple explores
    the absurdities that abound in our world, but which we often take for granted because they’ve because normalized to us. Through clips of everything from coalmining to dog shows, we’re confronted with humanity’s relationship to nature, and our attempts to frame its beauty, exploit its resources and tame its ferocity. A large-scale film piece will act as the centrepiece of the exhibition, where ultra-short clips from documentaries and home videos sourced from the Internet are combined in an unusually crafted narrative using a sort of dream logic that draw that explores a joined remembrance of sorts. In addition to the video work, the exhibition will also include a myriad of prints of archival photographs and video stills that will cover the walls of Galleri Image. The exhibition will include sound from composer and sound designer Simon Brinck. Jeppe Lange (b. 1987) is Danish visual artist based in Copenhagen with an MFA from the Royal Danish Art Academy. Lange creates video art and experimental documentaries about memories, perception and time. His works have been exhibited all over in the world , including Noway, Malaysia, Spain, France and South Korea. Lange has also been nominated for several awars, such as the Doc Alliance Award, New:Vision Award at CPH:DOX and Politken:DOX, all in 2022, and was the winnder of the Young Director’s award at Cannes Lion in 2018.  https://www.jeppelange.dk/ The exhibition is supported by the Danish Art Foundation, the city of Aarhus (Kulturudviklingspuljen), the Augustinus Foundation and the Obel Family Foundation. Obelske Familiefond.
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  • From May 05, 2023 16:00 to June 25, 2023 17:00
    Opening:
    At: Galleri Image, Vestergade 29 8000 Aarhus C.
    In Search of Memory by Lebohang Kganye is based on her work series by the same name, which explores themes about South Africa’s past and present. The series depicts paper clippings from Apartheid era photographs, which have been placed in white boxes and
    ben rephotographed. With In Search of Memory, Kganye has been inspired by the Malawian writer Muthi Nhlema’s science fiction short-story ”TA O'REVA”, which depicts an alternative history through diverging timelines in a postapocalyptic South Africa. Kganye has constructed six scenes inspired by the short story, each of which in their own way overlaps with the story and with South Africa’s Apartheid past and its effects in the presents as well as the future. In Search for Memory challenges the notion of collective memory and the  idea that vi can reconstruct the world through remembrance with true to live memories. The scenes are presented both as photographs and video and seek a more profound understanding of the fact that memory is not chronological but is made up of suppressed and imagined fragments that are both individual and collective. Lebohang Kganye (b. 1990) is a South African artist born and based in Johannesburg. She was educated at the Market Photo Workshop and the University of Johannesburg and is currently getting an MFA at Witwatersrand University. Kganye represented South Africa at the 2022 Venice Biennial and has previously been exhibited at Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris and Camera Austria. Although primarily a photographer, her interest in the materiality of photography is ongoing and explored in myriad ways, through her use of the sculptural, performative, theatrical and the moving image. Kganye’s exhibition at Galleri Image will be the first time her work has been shown in Denmark. https://www.lebohangkganye.co.za/Photo credit: “This is not what I wanted for any of you”, 2020, from In Search of Memory
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  • On August 04, 2023
    Opening:
    At: Galleri Image, Vestergade 29 8000 Aarhus C.
    The group exhibition Looking for Trouble presents an overview of the young generation of photographers from Central and Eastern Europe exploring identity issues with nine exhibiting artists from Ukraine, Poland, Latvia, and the Czech Republic, curated by
    the renowned photo expert Adam Mazur. Each artist is engaged with an intense search for coherence between an individual world view concerned with sexuality, friendship, and relationships in a new reality of violent developments, and radical changes in their national and political reality. The artists in the exhibition are Czech-Latvian Ivars Gravlejs (b. 1979), Latvian Diana Tamane (b. 1986), Polish Aga Sejud (b. 1991) and Karolina Wojtas (b. 1996), Polish-Ukranian Yulia Krivich (b. 1988), Ukranian Sasha Kurmaz (b. 1986) and Sergey Melnitchenko (b. 1991) and the Ukranian artist duo Synchrodogs. The curator Adam Mazur is an art historian, art critic, curator and current adjunct at the University of Art in Poznań, Poland. He’s an expert in Eastern European contemporary art and photography, and is the founder of the art magazine BLOK, which he was the chief editor of until 2021.  Photo credit: Sasha Kurmaz, WASTED YOUTH 1
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  • From October 20, 2023 16:00 to December 17, 2023 17:00
    Opening:
    At: Galleri Image, Vestergade 29 8000 Aarhus C.
    Erik Viklund’s exhibition A city without ghosts is a dead city accumulates architectual remnants from thousands of years ago and through the ages all the way up to modern times. In this project, he  prints photographs on black paper colored with white mar
    ble powder from the marble industry as well as the ruinous surfaces of Rome. These are combined with videos filmed in Rome and installed in an installation that allows for an interaction between material and photograph. Erik Viklund (b. 1982) is a Swedish photographer based in Stockholm, with a BFA from Valand in Göteborg and an MFA from Konstfack in Stockholm. Viklund has been exhibted at Röda Stens Konsthall, Göteborg, and Copenhagen Photo Festival. In 2019 he won the Portrait Now! competition from National Historisk Museum in Fredensborg, where the winning piece was shown. Viklund works in the intersection between video, photography and installation as well as with portrait photography specifically. Photo credit: Installation image, ”Eftervärld”, 2021
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  • From November 01, 2023 17:00 to November 05, 2023 17:00
    Opening:
    At: Aarhus
    Photobook Week Aarhus, our yearly festival exploring the wonderful world of the photobook, turns ten this year! All are welcome 1 – 5 November 2023, when we celebrate our anniversary with one of our most ambitious programmes to date.  Galleri Image, ARoS
    Aarhus Art Museun, Aarhus School of Architecture, and HEART – Herning Museum of Contemporary Art will once again house a wide variety of curious, creative, and thought-provoking exhibitions, talks and workshops.  Photobook Week 2023 will celebrate a positive outlook, taking a solution-oriented approach to the issues the art world as well as the world at large are faced with, with the overall theme Future Revisited. We will pay homage to Albert Renger Patzsch’s book “Die Welt ist schön” (The World is Beautiful), published 95 years before, and propose a new wave of optimism. This search for the joy of our existence will include a look into the future, and other things that make us happy. Side-themes will include Photonovels, Collages and Children’s Books, while and on the geographical axis we will look at Estonia and the Middle East. This year, the festival will also have a special focus on Artificial Intelligence as an image-making technique and a tool for creating new narratives.  The 10th anniversary of Photobook Week Aarhus will be duly celebrated with a book that explores some of the most important moments in the history of the medium, and our small contribution to it.  After many years with opening events placed on Thursday, this year, we’ve added a full day extra to our festival in order to make space for all the exciting events and exhibitions we have in store. As always, the festival will close with the yearly Sunday photobook market, where you will have the opportunity to buy photobooks from all over the world, both from second-hand dealers and from the publishers and artists themselves.  The festival is a collaboration between Galleri Image and the Aarhus School of Architecture.Visit photobookweek.org to learn more about former editions of the festival and catch the latest updates about Photobook Week Aarhus 2023
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