For the 164th time, the Charlottenborg Foundation is accepting submissions from 30 November - 21 December 2020 for the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2021. This year, the jury is comprised of both collective and individual practitioners, all of whose careers are as significant as they are remarkable, on both a national and international scale.
Censorship requires awareness of frameworks in art and society
The sculptor Hein Heinsen plays an important role in the Danish art scene. Both with his works and through the central locations he has had – as a professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, as a member of boards and committees, most recently in the "great censorship", as chairman of the canon committee for the visual arts.
Studies of the censored exhibition format, the meeting between the young and the free arts and strengthened digital communication are the focus of the new board of the Charlottenborg Foundation, which just before the summer had visual artist John Runner as new chairman and visual artist Ann Sophie von Bülow as new board member.
In 1866, the painter Constantin Hansen drew an entrance ticket to the Spring Exhibition at Charlottenborg. He wrote about it in his diary on 15 March 1866: "The sign drafts a new Exhibition Ticket and a Vignette for a new Scandinavian Journal.