Having exhibited in Amsterdam, Mumbai, Hamburg, Paris and next Shanghai, No Man’s Art Gallery (NMA) is now coming to Copenhagen! Exhibiting artists from around the globe, NMA seeks to bring fresh, young artists to an international audience – and as tradition would have it, the Copenhagen exhibition will of course be showcasing some local Danish talent.
And the location for the exhibition? It’s a secret. To ensure you don’t miss out, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You’ll be put on the guest list for the opening night on July 27th and receive a notification of the mystery venue.
Far from your ordinary exhibition, the opening night will take attendees on a worldly journey through the artistic endeavors of artists from several different countries, continents and cultures. All to the tune of international and Danish DJs (including Henrique Hinnerfeldt (DK) and Lustige Lola & Weltschmers (NL)).
Prices for the art range between 25 and 2500 euros. Exhibiting artists are:
Merijn Kavelaars (NL) | Sophie van der Perre (BE/NL) | Sarah Wijzenbeek (NL) | Joeri van Beek (NL) | Olivier Schimmel (NL) | Cil Laurens (NL) | Roman Asmus (DE) | Bhairavi Parikh (IN) | Max & Charlotte (FR) | Bertrand Peyrot (FR) | Typhaine Augusto (FR) | Meise Fabricius (DK) | Julie Nymann (DK) | Tanja Kirst (DK) | Camilla Gabriele (DK) | Daniel van der Noon (UK/DK) | Mia Mai Graabæk (DK) | Participants of the No Man’s Art Slum Photography Contest 2011 (IN) | Per Skovgaard (DK)