01.02.2022 - 27.02.2022
Lukas Heistinger (AT), Rodrigo Ghatta-Pérez (NO/PE/PL) & Katrine Dirckinck-Holmfeld (DK), Art Hub Copenhagen (DK)

27DAGE (27DAYS) was the title of an exhibition in Art Hub Copenhagen’s three studios, all the windows of which look out onto Halmtorvet at Vesterbro in Copenhagen. The exhibition was on show during February 2022. Each studio was curated by an artist-run exhibition venue: SOL (Nexø), Bizarro (Copenhagen) and the nomadic art institution, f.eks. (Aalborg). Featuring site-specific installations and interventions, the exhibitions were run simultaneously, each in its own way activating the three spaces facing the street. The exhibitions could be seen from the street around the clock. Visitors could also see parts of the exhibitions indoors at selected times of the day.

Bizarro presented a work by the artist Mickael Marman. SOL invited the artist Melanie Kitti, while f.eks. transformed the space into an ad hoc ‘office space’, in which they conducted research, interviews and events for the duration of the exhibition. f.eks produced three “publishing moments” texts during the exhibition. 

In this exhibition, Art Hub Copenhagen set out to support Denmark’s numerous artist-run exhibition venues that continuously show exhibitions and organise events, frequently concentrating on younger Danish artists and their works. These three particular exhibition venues were chosen to take part in 27DAGE, because together they represent both stationary exhibition spaces and more nomadic structures. They also come from different areas of Denmark.

Moment no.1 : Lukas Heistinger, Art Hub Copenhagen, February, 2022

Moment no. 2 : Rodrigo Ghattas-Pérez, Art Hub Copenhagen, April, 2022

Moment no. 3 : Katrine Dirckinck-Holmfeld, Art Hub Copenhagen, June, 2022

Art Hub Copenhagen (DK) is a facilitating, experimental and network-creating contemporary art institution in Copenhagen. They offer residencies for artists, international artistic development programs, interdisciplinary communities and public events, that present and discuss artistic work and research.