For the 166th time, the Charlottenborg Foundation invites everyone to apply to participate in the Charlottenborg Spring exhibition at Kunsthal Charlottenborg.
The Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition is one of the most important open, censored exhibitions in Northern Europe and has been held annually at Charlottenborg in Copenhagen since 1857.
OPEN CALL 2023
To participate in Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2023 you must send a digital application in the period 1 - 22 December 2022.
Anyone can apply with up to five entries (work or series of works) in, but not limited to, the categories of art, architecture and craft/design.
A jury of art professionals consisting of architect Peter Møller Rasmussen, artist Ann Sophie von Bülow, photographer Søren Rønholt, designer Nina Nørgaard, artist Julie Falk, artist Skjold Rambow and curator Isabella Hemmersbach will evaluate all submitted exhibition concepts in confidence.
The jury will select the participating artists and give feedback on participation by 13 January 2023. The works must be submitted for hanging on Monday 23 January 2023.
Each artist (group) will receive DKK 2,500 to exhibit at Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2023.
Deadline for applications is Thursday 22 December 2022 at 11.59 APPLY HERE
EXHIBITION VENUE & PERIOD
Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition will take place at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, and will be on display from 1 February to 5 March 2023.
On 8 February 2023, the Charlottenborg Foundation will award two prizes: the Solo Prize in collaboration with Politikens Forhal and the Deep Forest Art Land Prize.
The solo prize rewards overall artistic quality and relevance, and the prize includes a grant of DKK 10,000 and an invitation to a solo exhibition in Politikens Forhal in 2024. This year's winner will be selected in collaboration with Signe Jochumsen, exhibition director of Politikens Forhal.
The Deep Forest Art Land prize consists of a grant of DKK 10,000 and the opportunity to create a site-specific work for the Deep Forest Art Land exhibition platform in Kibæk. The winner will be chosen in consultation with the founders of Deep Forest Artland, Søren Taaning and René Schmidt.
ABOUT CHARLOTTENBORG SPRING EXHIBITION
Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition is one of the most important open, censored exhibitions in Northern Europe and has been held annually at Charlottenborg in Copenhagen since 1857. Today, the exhibition serves as an important event for international visual art, architecture and crafts/design.
Over the years, the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition has represented the first significant step for many young artists towards a professional career, while often presenting new works by more established names. Throughout the long history of the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition, artists who are today internationally renowned have debuted or presented works at the exhibition.
ABOUT THE CHARLOTTENBORG FOUNDATION
The exhibition is organised by the Charlottenborg Foundation and its board, consisting of architect Peter Møller Rasmussen, artist Ann Sophie von Bülow, photographer Søren Rønholt, glass artist Nina Nørgaard, artist Julie Falk and artist Skjold Rambow.