In 2019, I exhibited twice in the raw industrial premises at The Lab in Copenhagen. Both times together with Henrik Glahn, whom I have also exhibited with on several other occasions. Henrik has a great drive and a positive approach to everything, and it’s always a pleasure to be in the company of him and his lovely family.
The last exhibition at The Lab in the fall also included a collaboration with Frederik Hesseldahl, that I had come to know through his wonderful wife Christina. Frederik’s large paintings created a fantastic colourful background for Henrik’s and my sculptures, which gave the exhibition an exciting dynamic.
On the pedestal, large ceramic bust ’Bob’ from my private collection. Made in white, unglazed stoneware based on study of life model. Painting by Frederik Hesseldahl.
Unglazed stoneware sculptures in the front. On the back pedestals, my large bronze sculptures ’Essence of a woman’ with three different types of patina: Brown, ’Dark Ocean Blue’ and ’Black’. Painting by Frederik Hesseldahl.
Unglazed stoneware sculptures on display. ’Resting woman’ in the front, sitting man on the left, and ballerina to the right.
On the pedestals, sitting woman and sitting man sculptures in stoneware with manganese. Both based on study of life model. Painting by Frederik Hesseldahl.
Three happy artists at The Lab. Henrik Glahn on the left and Frederik Hesseldahl on the right. Thank you both for a great exhibition. Painting by Frederik Hesseldahl. Black cement sculpture by Henrik Glahn.