My Highlights from CHART Art Fair 2014

Marianne Torp
Aug 19, 2014 2:33PM

I have chosen 10 works that in (very) different ways simultaneously evoke both the aesthetic and the conceptual potentials of art.

My Selection:

Tomás Saraceno, Air-Port-City/Cloud-City/6 Cloud Modules 60 Solar, 2013, at Andersen’s Contemporary

Paul Fägerskiöld, Untitled, 2010, at Galerie Nordenhake

Heini Aho, Endless Renovation, 2014, at Galerie Anhava

Jochen Schmith, Cigar Ends—Collectors’ Waste, 2010, at VI, VII

Rose Eken, CARLSBERG ASHTRAY, 2014, at V1 Gallery

Anna Bjerger, Glimpse, 2014, at David Risley Gallery

Lucas Blalock, New Traditional Picture, 2010, at Peder Lund

Ebbe Stub Wittrup, After Matyushin’s Guide to Color #1- #30, 2014, at Martin Absæk Gallery

Hrafnkell Sigurdsson, Revelation II, 2014, at i8 Gallery

Elizabeth Peyton, Elias, 2014, at Edition Copenhagen 

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