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This is a Meat City

September 28 – October 10, 2021

The Meatpacking District
DK-1700 Copenhagen V

What You Really Touch? (2021), Do You Know Who Else Is Playing with Your Family? (2021), Holiday’s Over (II) (2021), Germs Just Can’t Reproduce (2021) all from the series Monster Soup (2019 – ) by Jens Settergren.  Exhibited at the bathroom at Space 10. Photo: Christian Brems.

Enjoy an artistic voyage in Kødbyen, Copenhagen’s former meatpacking district, where nine artists will be exhibiting their work in nine different commercial premises. Works will be exhibited on shelves, tables or empty corners in the various locations, creating small surprises when you go shopping, dining or just for a stroll in the area.

The exhibition presents works by a young, talented artists from both Denmark and abroad in the context of Art Hub’s local neighbourhood.

The nine artists featured in this extraordinary exhibition include Kasper Hesselbjerg, Mia Edelgart and Steffen Jørgensen, all of who have had residencies at Art Hub. The other six are Gro Sarauw, Adam Khalil and Thuy-Han Nguyen-Chi, currently in residence at Art Hub, and Linda Lamignan, Marie Munk and Jens Settergren, currently taking part in the Bikubenfonden Residency-to-go programme.

For Art Hub the exhibition is an experiment showing art in new settings and by doing that directing attention to the potential of art.

All you have to do to enjoy the exhibition is to explore Kødbyen. But Art Hub can also provide you with information about the various exhibition venues. (Available Monday to Friday between 10.00 am and 3.00 pm).

Guide to the exhibition.

PLEASE NOTE: The work Working Out (My Survival) by Marie Munk has been relocated and is now on show in the windows of Art Hub at Halmtorvet 27.

The exhibition can be experienced from September 28, as part of Art Week Copenhagen.

Supportet by Vesterbro Lokaludvalg.

Pictures can be seen in our media archive

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