Lower East recently designed a 160-page book to the exhibition Kay Christensen – The Eternal Fairy Tale at ARoS Aarhus Art Museum in Denmark. The book, with text in both Danish & English, showing a major part of Kay Christensen’s (1899-1981) wonderful paintings, drawings and lithographs.
The exhibition, which will be on show at ARoS until January 26th, pays homage to the artist for his poetic contribution to Danish art.
You can find a lot of info on Kay C and other cool exhibitions at the ARoS’ webpage
The exhibition will continue to the museum Sophienholm near Copenhagen, and be on show there from April 26th to June 19th 2014. More info on their webpage.Director’s Choice ARoS
For the Exhibition Director’s Choice, the Director of ARoS Jens Erik Sørensen has collected around 1000 pieces from the ARoS Collection and put them together to a personal story. The story unfolds in three houses, House no. 7, House, no. 9, The Urban Park and House no. 13 – taking the visitor from futuristic coolness in House no. 7 over colour and form, organic and geometric in House no. 9 through the Urban Park where darkness falls to horror and death in House no. 13.
Lower East designed the catalogue for the exhibition. Thank you to JES for a lively and wonderful guided tour through the whole exhibition. It gave us a good view into his thoughts and ideas.
During 30 years as a Museum Director Jens Erik Sørensen has left a personal mark on this great museum. 2013 will be his last year at ARoS.
We strongly recommend you all to go and see this wonderful and surprising exhibition. It will be on view until 29. December 2013. More info on the ARoS website, where you also can watch a short movie with Jens Erik Sørensen, where he talks about the creation of the exhibition (in Danish).