CHART announces the public programme for its celebratory 10th edition

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CHART announces the public programme for its celebratory 10th edition
Ida Ekblad, Steel Mutant Smelted Girl, 2020. Photo by Uli Holz. Courtesy of the artist and Peder Lund.

COPENHAGEN.- Taking place from 26 – 28 August 2022, CHART looks forward to welcoming more than 100 artists from the leading Nordic galleries, bringing together the region’s art scene and international guests for its celebratory 10th edition at Kunsthal Charlottenborg. Alongside stellar presentations by 38 exhibitors, comprising leading galleries as well as a selection of younger galleries and exhibition spaces, CHART offers a vast public programme taking place across the city of Copenhagen. For the first time this year, the event will reach to Sweden, for a collaboration with the neighboring city of Malmö’s leading museums and art institutions.

In celebration of its 10th edition, CHART strengthens its locally rooted partnerships to give international guests a broad understanding of the Nordic art community. For the first time, CHART will collaborate with the iconic amusement park Tivoli Gardens to present a series of 15 installations situated around the park. Partnering with Malmö Konstmuseum, Malmö Konsthall and Moderna Museet Malmö, CHART encourages international visitors to venture over the Øresund Bridge to Sweden to discover exclusive insights to the city’s art scene.

The programme comprises a rich offering of talks, performances, film screenings, public art installations as well as the second edition of the CHART Book Fair. The public programme of events is now accessible on CHART’s website.

“We are proud to present our first fully gender-balanced art fair, which underlines our ambition to be an industry driver. It is encouraging to see that our efforts in 2020—when we asked galleries to present 100% women artists in order to highlight the structural barriers of gender imbalance—has impacted the consideration and choices from gallerists and collectors alike. It shows positive change can happen when the industry comes together” says Nanna Hjortenberg, Director of CHART.

CHART 2022 Highlights

Must-sees at this year’s CHART include a presentation by i8 Gallery (IS) of works by Hildigunnur Birgisdóttir, Eggert Pétursson, and Þór Vigfússon, who examine ideas of colour, scale, and representation across the mediums of painting, sculpture, and installation. Oslo-based Peder Lund (NO) will present a solo show of brilliant new works by Ida Ekblad; while Andersen’s (DK) will present new works by Tomás Saraceno.

Curated by architect Valentin Nordström, Galleri Bo Bjerggaard (DK) will show a thematic presentation relating to the issues of the domestic sphere, with specially made new works by artists such as Mamma Andersson, Jockum Nordström, Anna Bjerger, Peter Linde Busk, Emily Gernild, Per Bak Jensen,Tal R, Erik Steffensen and Janaina Tschäpe, among others.

Further artwork highlights include a 9.5-metre-long print by Tacita Dean and a series of three-dimensional wall-panels by Diana Al Hadid. Artists Anna Tuori and Jani Ruscica have worked collaboratively on the production of a site-specific presentation, brought to CHART by Galerie Anhava (FI).

A group show, curated by painter Charlie Roberts, will be on view at Galleri Golsa (NO), whilst Cecilia Hillström Gallery (SE) will showcase new sculptures and wall objects by Kristina Matousch, accompanied by a performance.

Get to know more about CHART’s exhibitors and their presentations here.

A Curated Series of Talks

CHART will present a series of discursive events, featuring in-depth talks and panel discussions with participants from across the global art world, including Sjarel Ex (Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, NL), who will discuss public collections such as The Depot (NL). Baltzar & Kristina Wachtmeister and Bo Nilsson will discuss the role of private art initiatives based on their experiences with Wanås Kunst (SE) and Artipelag (SE), respectively.

Bringing together the directors of three of the region’s National Galleries —Karin Hindsbo (Nasjonalmuseet, NO), Mikkel Bogh (Statens Museum for Kunst, DK) and Gitte Ørskou (Moderna Museet, SE) will discuss the role of national galleries in light of inclusivity and post-pandemic insights. Reflecting CHART’s focus on architecture and design, world-renowned architects Bjarke Ingels (BIG) and Kjetil Trædal Thorsen (Snøhetta) will meet with TF Chan (Wallpaper*) to discuss museum architecture as a ‘space for spectacle.’

In addition, a series of live, in-person artist talks will offer an insight into the practices of some of the exhibiting artists. Highlights include artist talks by Sofia Hultén in conversation with Marianne Dobner, curator at mumok (AT); Camilla Engström in conversation with Johan af Klint; Thorbjørn Sørensen in conversation with newly appointed Director of MUNCH (NO) Tone Hansen; and Dominik Lejman in conversation with Yuvinka Medina, Senior Curator at Bonniers Konsthall (SE).

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