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Astrid Kruse Jensen, Floating #14, 2017, Courtesy of Martin Asbaek Gallery.
Katrín Elvarsdóttir, Vanished Summer #22, Diptych, Courtesy of Martin Asbaek Gallery.
Katrín Elvarsdóttir, Vanished Summer #23, Diptych, Courtesy of Martin Asbaek Gallery.
Helen Sear, Becoming Forest #6, 2016, Courtesy of Martin Asbaek Gallery.

Human;Nature

May 19, 2017 — Jun 06, 2017

MARTIN ASBÆK
Paris Fair Exhibitor

1260 copenhagen
tnyyrel@znegvanfonrx.pbz
T +45 331 540 45
www.martinasbaek.com

Opening: Friday 19th May, 4-8pm.

Martin Asbæk Gallery is thrilled to present the group show "Human; Nature" in relation to Copenhagen Photo Festival 2017. In this new exhibition, the gallery focuses on nature seen through the photographic medium. On view are works that reflect the artistic look on nature as well as the artist’s interpretation of it in relation to the human mind.

After mankind nature has through history been the most important inspiration to artists. Our relationship to nature can be interpreted in many ways and nature as a phenomenon itself is almost as complex as the concept of art. Man in nature and nature in man are colliding and moves the beholder out into a deep sea of emotions; happy, sad, dark, angry and romantic. Nature and man’s relation to it is of high relevance in today’s society. We have developed a society with such a strong attachment to technology that we have yet to understand fully how our own capacities can be enhanced by the power of nature. We pace forward in full speed, and life in the city distances us more and more from nature. We often forget to look out for the earth and nature that are making it possible for us to lead the life we do. In this group show you are however able to experience nature through the artist’s’ incredible interpretations hereof and dream yourself away from the tolls of everyday life and the huzzle and buzzle of the city.

Artists: Trine Søndergaard (DK), Astrid Kruse Jensen (DK), Nicolai Howalt (DK), Elina Brotherus (FI), Ebbe Stub Wittrup (DK), Adam Jeppesen (DK), Helen Sear (UK), Katrin Elvarsdottir (IS), Hervé Saint Helier (FR).