Danish newspaper Politiken just gave a fantastic review of the Border Crossing at Kunsthallen Brandts, Odense, Denmark – five hearts out of six. Once again we suggest you to check the thematic exhibition that touches on contemporary migration issues in films and videos by some of the world’s foremost visual artists/film and video directors out, exhibition running until September 16. And when you are there anyway, go to the bookstore and buy yourself a copy of the Lower East designed catalogue.
If you are among those five million people who actually can read in Danish, you can find the review as a pdf here. “Man bliver jo helt utilpas“ Politiken 22.08
“It is excellent video art“. This weeks art experience according to the newspaper Politiken. Maybe you should drop by Kunsthallen Brandts in Odense, Denmark? Lower East is checking the exhibition “Border Crossing“ out now.Opening Border Crossing
Today is the day! Today the exhibition Border Crossing will open at Kunsthallen Brandts, Odense Denmark. Lower East finished the design work on the catalogue just in time (and hopefully the printing house will keep promises and deliver latest at 4pm). The exhibition will run until September 16 2012. Here we invite you to a quick sneak peek and show some pages from the catalogue.
More about Kunsthallen Brandts and Border Crossing at the museums website.
On June 21 the exhibition Border Crossing will open at Kunsthallen Brandts in Odense, Denmark. Lower East are right now working late hours to finish the catalogue for the exhibition.
The exhibition will touch on contemporary migration issues in films and videos by some of the world’s foremost visual artists/film and video directors: Alfredo Jaar (Chile/US), Chen Chieh-jen (Taiwan), Aernout Mik (Holland), Isaac Julien (UK), Guido van der Werve (Holland), and Ursula Biemann (Switzerland).