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  • Nour Fog, art, Copenhagen, Galleri Maria Friis

    Nour Fog

    Selected Artworks Biography Exhibitions News Explore Nour Fog is known for their innovative approach to ceramics, integrating elements like sound, smoke, and movement to enhance the sensory experience. These technical components evoke mood changes and sensuality, bringing a new dimension to traditional ceramics. With a non-binary perspective, Fog challenges established iconography and cultural norms related…
  • Jytte Høy, art, Copenhagen, Galleri Maria Friis

    Jytte Høy

    Selected Artworks Biography Exhibitions News Explore Jytte Høy is an artist whose work resides in the crossroads of the everyday and the abstract, creating a dialogue between the unnoticed and the conceptual. With a career spanning over twenty-five years, Høy has mastered the art of transforming humble, everyday objects into compelling sculptures that challenge and…
  • Nanna Starck, art, Copenhagen, Galleri Maria Friis

    Nanna Starck

    Selected Artworks Biography Exhibitions News Explore Nanna Starck’s sculptural artistic practice is centred around the relief with a focus on the grotesque body, the abject, gender and sexuality. Starck’s work with the sculptural body as a political tool uses boundary-pushing scenarios to address topics like alienation of the body in society, feminism and body positivity.…
  • Al Masson

    Selected Artworks Biography Exhibitions News Explore Al Masson's artistic journey is marked by an unwavering refusal to be confined to a single artistic genre. He embraces the dichotomy of focusing on form, color, and composition while simultaneously engaging in creating installations that “decorate” a space with an assortment of objects and artworks. Masson also harbors…
  • Stense Andrea Lind-Valdan, art, Copenhagen, Galleri Maria Friis

    Stense Andrea Lind-Valdan

    Selected Artworks Biography Exhibitions News Explore Stense Andrea Lind-Valdan considers herself primarily a painter, but she works in a variety of media including photography, drawing, and performance. Her work often incorporates her own body in the form of traces or imprints, presenting it in various forms and contexts, often challenging traditional notions of painting and…
  • At the Edge of Becoming (Installation view), photo: Erling Lykke Jeppesen

    Julie Sass

    Selected Artworks Biography Exhibitions News Explore Julie Sass is an artist who, over the past few years, has creatively explored urban and natural landscapes through her "Taking Notes" series. Her work captures a diverse array of scenes, from the textured brickwork of a Berlin wall to the intricate dance of sunlight on a river, and…
  • Orsolya Bagala, art at Gallery Maria Friis in Copenhagen

    Orsolya Bagala

    Selected Artworks Biography Exhibitions News Explore Hungarian-born Orsolya Bagala, captivates with her unique portrayal of women, blending the archetypal with the surreal. Her subjects range from tender depictions of motherhood to fantastical forms, housing multiple entities within them. Bagala's art often examines the hues of flesh and blood, lending her work a visceral, emotional depth.…
  • Sian Kristoffersen, art, Galleri Maria Friis, Copenhagen

    Sian Kristoffersen

    Selected Artworks Biography Exhibitions News Explore Sian Kristoffersen's artistic practice is marked by an extensive use of diverse forms and materials, reflecting influences that span from ancient mythology and the natural world to science fiction, popular culture, and a profound commitment to literature. Drawing inspiration from both historical and fictional narratives, her art engages with…