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EXHIBITIONS AT
GALERIE NORDENHAKE

Berlin, September 2016

Kirsten Ortwed

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West Dealer, 2016, installation view Galerie Nordenhake Berlin

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Possible Result Of A Crafty Noise, A11, 2016, Black Mexican Onyx, 146 x 83 x 51 cm

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Possible Result Of A Crafty Noise, A13, 2016, Black Mexican Onyx, 90 x 80 x 30,5 cm

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West Dealer, 2016, installation view Galerie Nordenhake Berlin

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Powder Combat, 2016, Aluminium, 265 x 230 x 14 cm

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The Pressure Does It, 2016, Aluminium, 60 x 25 x 32 cm

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Kritzeleien, 2013, installation view Run Time Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm

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Kritzeleien, 2013, majolica technique, 200 x 70 x 30 cm, detail

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Run Time, 2013, Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm, installation view

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Run Time, 2013, Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm, installation view

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Fy & Bi, 2013, bronze, 50 x 75 x 205 cm

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Untitled, 1987, Bronze, 135 x 70 x 75 cm

Kirsten Ortwed was born in 1948 in Copenhagen and has since 1982 lived and worked in Cologne and Pietrasanta, close to the famous quarry of Carrara in Italy. Her solo exhibitions include Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen (2008), Nordjyllands Kunstmuseum Aalborg (2002), Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nantes (1994), City Museums Heilbronn (1993), The Living Art Museum, Reykjavik (1992) and the joint exhibition with Lawrence Weiner and Barry Le Va in Malmö Kunsthal (1999). Ortwed realised many sculptures for public spaces, her major commissions include Full Length (2008) in Copenhagen, Monument to R.W. (2001) in Stockholm, Bering Iceland (2002) in Horsens and Platform (2006) for the state prison in Horsens. A meteor-sculpture for the city of Moss will be inaugurated in October 2016. In 1997 she was representing Denmark at the Venice Biennale. She was honoured in 2002 with the Thorvaldsen Medal of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. In September 2016 Kirsten Ortwed had her fifth solo exhibition with Galerie Nordenhake.