Overgaden is looking forward to an exhibition year that will bring poetical societal analyses, a string of solo shows ranging from emerging to established names, a summer in the space between music and sound art, a revisit by Seimi Nørregaard, debates, Overgaden LECTURES and much more.
23.01 – 13.03
Ester Fleckner: A closet does not connect under the bed
Søren Thilo Funder: You’re Gonna Die Up There
02.04 – 29.05
Linda Hilfling Ritasdatter: Bugs in the War Room
Ann Louise Andersen (DK), Aurora Sander (NO), Francisco Montoya Cázarez (MX), Lise Harlev (DK), Marie Kølbæk Iversen (DK), Henrik Plenge Jakobsen (DK), Konvoj (DK), Peter Land (DK), Mikkel Ploug (DK), Cia Rinne (FI), Iris Smeds (SE), Johannes Sivertsen (DK), Jasper Sebastian Stürup (DK), and Christian Vind (DK). Curated by Overgaden.
18.06 – 14.08
Deniz Eroglu – solo show
Sound and music programme curated by Rune Søchting, Christian Skjødt, and Tobias Lukassen.
03.09 – 23.10
Michael Würtz Overbeck – solo show
Mette Winckelmann – solo show
12.11.15 – 08.01.17
REVISIT: Seimi Nørregaard
Ann Lislegaard – solo show
POLEMIK is Overgaden’s debate format which focuses on important questions on the art scene and puts them up for discussion together with invited guests. Among other issues, POLEMIK will in 2016 focus on the relationship between capital and province, the difference between physical and virtual art institutional visits, and raise the question about artists’ fees.
In 2013, Overgaden initiated a new series of international conferences called Overgaden LECTURES which annually engages a current tendency on the international art scene in critical depth. In 2016, we will focus on Post Internet Art, raising questions about the characteristics and modes of practice connected with this hyped phenomenon.
Overgaden is Copenhagen’s innovative exhibition space for dansk and international contemporary art. With changing exhibitions and events such as artist talks, lectures, performances, and film screenings, Overgaden functions as a platform for the newest developments on the art scene and as forum for discussion and debate.