Martin Spang Olsen

5. – 27.3. 2021

Talking Trees – Talking Lakes

See videos of artist talk and intimate jazz concert of 20 March

Opening reception: Friday-Saturday 5-6 March and 12-13 March – Fridays 15-18 hrs, Saturday 12-15 hrs.
Artist talk: Saturday 13 and 20 March 13 -13.15 and 13.15-13.30 hrs, also on Zoom.
Intimate Jazz Concert Saturday 20 March 14-14.15 hrs, with Andreas Cornelius, Anna Britt Mathiassen og Martin Spang Olsen. Please email to request a free ticket.
Book your 15 minutes time slot for reception and artist talk on – or visit us outside reception hours – we are open Thursday-Friday 15-18 and Saturday 12-15 hrs.
Follow artist talk via Zoom:
Saturday 13 March 13 hrs – Zoom
Meeting ID: 867 7024 2733   Passcode: 0RASrj
Saturday 20 March 13 hrs – Zoom
Meeting ID: 898 7485 4095   Passcode: Gf14XY
See and listen to the jazz concert by video:  – from 20 March 16 hrs.

Born into a family of famous Danish pictorial artists, Ib Spang Olsen and Nulle Oigaard, Martin was early in life introduced to the art scene. He held his fist exhibition at age 19 and has painted professionally ever since. Being trained as a singer and guitarist, he often gives concerts at the vernissage.
He holds a total of 28 professional titles – stretching from pictorial artist, musician, actor, director martial artist, stunt coordinator, and more.
“I perceive the movements of dreams – trance forms, in which figure and non-figure fuse. I dream my motives, and they in turn dream me. We are a connected carpet in the collective field. Inexplicable, but most recognizable for anyone daring to dream”.
For this exhibition, Martin has chosen paintings from his dream series “Talking Trees” and “Talking Lakes”, together with a few of his excellent portraits and a few sketches and graphics. See a few examples here.

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