In this exhibition, Weie’s investigations of the place are perspectivized through new works by contemporary artists who in various ways expand, transpose, or abstract from real locations. The exhibition displays works by Olafur Eliasson, Marc Räder, Christian Schmidt-Rasmussen, Lærke Lauta, Cecilia Westerberg, Carina Zunino, Preben Fjederholt, and Christina Malbek, who all in different ways relate to how we ascribe meaning to places, how the renderings of concrete locations are able to transform these into abstract spaces and mental landscapes, or how the well-known is suddenly fragmented and seems blurred and utopian.

Lennart Gottlieb has acted as art history consultant for the museum concerning Edvard Weie’s Langelinie paintings.


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