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  • Alice Folker Gallery, København 6 Esplanaden København K, 1263 Denmark (map)
Pauline Fransson, from the exhibition "Skov", 2017 (oil on masonite 30x40 cm).

Pauline Fransson, from the exhibition "Skov", 2017 (oil on masonite 30x40 cm).

Press Release, October 19th 2017:

1 November - 9 November we will show Pauline Fransson's works in her exhibition "Skov". Please reserve the date for the opening 3 November 17-19.

The exhibition takes inspiration from the word ”Skov”, which is the name for forest in Danish but also the name for a inflammatory disease state in Swedish. As we approach the tree of the forest, we notice the diseases and the conditions. In doing so, something else takes form inside the mind and spirit of a human, a sense of similarity and recognition. As the bark of the tree is covered in lichen, moss and fungus, the skin of the human is made frail by eczema. From both the bark and the skin, you imagine something else underneath, something that either grows, or rots.

Through the paintings, Pauline Fransson try to examine what is healthy and what is unhealthy, what is visible and what is not visible. With the oil, the acrylic and the canvas she investigates what the colors tell about the narrative and how the narrative affect the form of the painting. By working with series of paintings, Pauline can achieve what she wants to mediate, by making painting after painting, each getting closer to the real thing, the thing itching inside the skin.

Opening: Friday, November 3rd 2017, 17–19.
Opening hours: Wednesday–Friday: 11–17, Saturday: 11–14.

Find more information at Alicefolker.dk

Earlier Event: October 28
Later Event: November 3