All exhibitions

Here you will find a list of our recent and former exhibitions.

Uffe Raupach, photos –    28/5 – 9/6 2021
The inner room II. Love songs
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Nico A Hagémann   –    6/5 – 26/5 2021
May madness My pleasure
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Nulle Øigaard og Georg Metz    –    9/4 – 1/5 2021
Textile paintings and theater scene models
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MARTIN SPANG OLSEN     –    5/3 – 27/3 2021
Talking trees – talkings lakes
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KREBSEN’S XMAS EXHIBITION     –     28/11 2020 – 9/1 2021

17 artists with paintings, water colours, drawings, pastels, textiles, ceramics, sculptures, glass, objects
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ABSTRACTIONS     –     9/11 – 21/11 2020
Artists: 
Josephine Ernst – photo
Dorthe Friis Christensen – water colour & mixed media
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AURORA     –     2/10 – 24/10 2020

In october Galleri Krebsen presents the artist association Aurora: 13 artists in total displaying painting, sculpture, drawing, graphics and then some.
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KREBSEN’S LATE SUMMER EXHIBITION – 13/8 – 29/8 2020

The august exhibition features Annette Falk Lund, Inga-Lill Madsen, Anne Hjarnaa, Dorthe F. Christensen, Jannis Karydakis, Naja Salto and Thorunn Bára w. painting – ceramics – graphics – water colour  etc.
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KREBSEN’S SPRING EXHIBITION – 7/5 – 30/5 2020

The artists: Mack, Rossi, Sie, Sandegård, Salamon, Norvilaite, Lavonen, Bonnet, Sverrisdóttir, Kwak, Abrahamsson. PAINTING – SCULPTURE – GRAPHICS – DRAWING – WATER COLOUR
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NAJA SALTO: SIDSTE BILLEDER – 7/2 – 29/2 2020

We had two solo exhibitions with Naja in 2005 and 2007 and she continued to paint for a few more years until illness made it impossible. She died in 2016 and with the kind cooperation of her son, Kasper Salto, we are now privileged to show a selection of her last paintings before she was forced to stop.
The exhibition includes mostly paintings in acrylic/oil, but also some pastel and graphics
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NATURE BY THE SEA – 04/10/19

In October the gallery will be filled by works of Johnny Williksen, who has just turned 80. Johnny was one of the founders of our gallery in 1991 and has exhibited here many times over the years.

Techniques:
Johnny will show paintings, water colours, graphics, drawings and sculptures.

There will also be some works of an invited guest:
Kristina Kluge.
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KREBSEN’S SUMMER EXHIBITION 14/06/2019

In this year’s summer exhibition, you will find only female artists, 10 in total:

The artist are:
Helle Bertram, Kastanje Andersen, Marna Rix, Kamilla Ruus, Nina Cederberg, Anna Hjarnaa, Dorthe Friis Christensen, Pia Rakel Sverrisdóttir, Thorunn Bara Bjørnsdóttir, Marietta Bonnet

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THE MAY GROUP – 03/05/2019

In the month of May we have invited a group of 4 artists:

The artist are:
Elzbieta Christiansen, paintings, Kirsten Kam, paintings, Tarja Taarup, mixed media, Martin Taarup, collages.

In memoriam:
Jan Holger Jerichau

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LE MATIN – 18/01/19

This exhibition shows photos of the young photographer Mille Egholm
and the title reflects that the photos were taken in the morning.
The morning symbolises the dawn of a new day, a new chapter, a clean canvas to be decorated.
Sometimes fate may change the direction of the day – out of your control. That’s why the morning contains both an innocence and an intensity.

This is Mille’s attempt to express the ability to see the morning as a gift and to enjoy the moment being conscious of the fragility…

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TORUNN BARA BJÖRNSDÓTTIR – 02/11/18

Thorunn lives in Reykjavik. Her works are inspired by the vegetation that has come into being on the small volcanic island of Surtsey, which emerged from the sea in 1963. Her paintings document how the seeds, that have flown over from the mainland, have turned into an amazing wealth of species in the harsh surroundings of the island.

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FATAMORGANA – 07/06/18

Again we welcome the students from the photo-school Fatamorgana to show their exam works. This exhibition will coincide with the Copenhagen Photo Festival 7.-17.6.

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WANDERLUST – 26/01/18

“When I was a small child traveling for the first time with my parents from Germany to Italy, I followed with big eyes the scenery when the train entered Genova, passing courtyards with bird cages, flowers and laundry hanging from the balconies. It was there and then I was struck by wanderlust, and it has never left me since.”

The exhibitions spans across more than 20 years of travels and painting – the oldest pictures are from the Eolian Islands in 1994, the latest from Madeira in November 2017.

Within this time span, there have been trips to Hong Kong, Indonesia, South Korea and the Philippines, Vancouver, ille de la Reunion in the Indian Ocean, Greece, Turkey, Morocco, Norway and again and again – Italy.

A few paintings from the artist’s home country Germany have been included. The materials I use are dry pastels and oil pastel crayons, not to forget paper in all shades and qualities. I find it or order it from Italy, China and Korea, or even from Africa, through my friend the Danish paper artist Annette Lind.

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AURORA – 03/11/17

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A GERMAN ARTIST FAMILY – 01/09/17

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FORLADT – ABANDON – 02/06/17

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METTE BRUHN OG JANNA LUND – 24/03/2017

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FATAMORGANAS WINTER EXHIBITION – 04/01/2017

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MARIETTE BONET – 28/10/2016

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25 YEAR JUBILEE EDITION – 30/09/2016

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METAPHORS – METAFORER – 18/06/2016

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MINFAUGAS GABRENAS – 29/04/2016

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NORDIC ENIGMA – 26/02/2016

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GRAFIK&SKULPTUR – 29/01/2016

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THE OCTOBER GROUP – 02/10/2015

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SAMI MEMORIES – 06/08/2015

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KREBSEN’S SUMMER EXHIBITION 2015 – 19/06/2015

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AFL – AN ARTIST GROUP FROM ATHENS – 10/04/2015

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SUSANNE RUBIN – 06/03/2015

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FATAMORGANA – 06/01/2015

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CARSTEN NASH      –      4/9 – 25/9 2020

His colours have grown more ripe and saturated over the years, but still keep their youthful freshness. When you walk into Carsten Nash’s paintings, you end up on a new star, colourful, shape-shifting, captivating.”
Helmer Lång – Dr. Phil., poet, art and literary critic, excerpt.
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KREBSEN’S SUMMER EXHIBITION – 7/6 – 4/7 2020

Artists:  Hjarnaa, Friis Christensen, Salamon, Lavonen, Bonnet, Salto, Sverrisdóttir, Sæmundsdóttir, Gunnersson Olsen, Tae-Im Kwak, Bára Bjørnsdóttir PAINTING – SCULPTURE – GRAPHICS – GLASS – WATER COLOUR – MIXED MEDIA – PASTEL
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NORDIC DIALOGUE  –  6/3. – 28.3./2020

In March we have an artistic dialogue between the glass artist Pia Rakel Sverrisdóttir and the painter Heléne Sandegård with water colours and drawings
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TERJE SANDENGEN; RETRO/PER/SPECTIVES – 17/1 – 1/2 2020

Terje Sandengen is a former art director from the advertising industry who after retirement has devoted much of his time painting realistic paintings.
His motifs show great variations and Terje says: “You can clearly see what the painting represents, but the story behind? Set your imagination free and you will see pictures!”
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OUT OF THE BLUE – 29/08/19

Four artist with different expressions are joining forces to show what happens when the conscious meets the unconscious – something out of the blue in the creative process.

Techniques: Photo, painting, collages, assemblages, graphics and installations.

The artist are: Josefine Ernst, Bodil Rosenberg, Bodil Høyer, Åse Højer.
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THE BANKS OF THE NILE – THE COAST OF SICILY – 22/03/19

Marietta Bonnet will show a series of new drawings from travels to Egypt and Sicily, as well as a number of sketches from jazz festivals in Oslo and Copenhagen.

During the opening which takes place Friday 22.3. from 16 to 19 we will also have the pleasure of hearing the guitar duo Michael Dahl and Flemming Honig playing Django-inspired music

Marietta will be present at the opening, on Saturdays and all days in the period 2.-13. April

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FATAMORGANA – 04/01/19

We will start the new year with yet an exhibition of exam works from the students of the photo school ‘Fatamorgana’
Come and see the latest from those who will be photographers of tomorrow!

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KREBSEN’S XMAS EXHIBITION 2018 – 01/12/18

Again and again: We gather 15-20 of our artists to contribute to a cross-section of our gallery’s art to celebrate Xmas and demonstrate variety in expressions.
More info and pictures will follow

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TOMAS ABRAHAMSSON – 05/10/18

Tomas Abrahamsson lives and works in Gothenburg, and it is pleasure to have him back in our gallery.
Tomas has exhibited with us since 1996 and has shown a great ability to constantly incorporate new elements into his style.
He says: ‘The painting is ready when I see something in it, I did not know before. I have blown some kind of “life” into a flat exterior, like a kind of fixation image within the image. Or as Duke Ellington asked: “But does it swing?” … ‘

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FREDERICA ROSSI – 04/05/18

In May, it is a pleasure to welcome back to our gallery the Italian artist Frederica Rossi, who exhibited here in 2012.
Frederica, who was born and lives and works in Parma, will show new works, that are distinctively different from what she showed last time.
The birth of her two children created a fundamental change in her life that gave her a new view of the world through the eyes of the children and made her reach the very core of things where everything is in a constantly floating development. For this exhibition she has painted the spring into her pictures.

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ANCIENT WOOD – 02/03/18

“Johnny Williksens paintings are like a festive rush of colours. Watercolours and oil paintings that in some works seem like mighty forces in an overwhelming spontaneity and in others like tender poetry with the colouritios delicate nuances and transitions. It is surprising how blue and green, pink and yellow can come together and challenge the imagination in an endless row of combinations for the eye and the experience. These are abstractions that by inspection fold out as a cosmos of nature and man.” Dr Phil. Knud Voss

In March, the Norwegian artist Johnny Williksen, one of the founders of Galleri Krebsen, shows new sculptures and new and old paintings and watercolours together with Danish
Kristina Kluge, an architect who has always made drawings and paintings, but this is the first time she shows her works in a gallery.

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RESPECT – 06/04/18

The April exhibition is showing works by 3 artists who exhibit for the first time together:
Christella Bamford – ceramics and carpets
Dorthe Bundesen – photos and mixed media
Josephine Ernst – photos

The title hints to what the artists feel regarding the differences in their ways of expression and use of materials.
The artists have chosen to work with thematic colours – red, blue and golden, where each colour tone will form a section of the exhibition.

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FATAMORGANA – 04/01/18

The new year starts with an exhibition of the exam works of the students of the photo school Fatamorgana

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MINITEX17 – 06/10/17

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KREBSENS SUMMER EXHIBITION – 28/07/17

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TRACES OF THOUGHTS – 05/05/17

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OTHER PLACES – 24/02/2017

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2016 XMAS EXHIBITION – 26/11/2016

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CITYSCAPE – 02/09/2016

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DIALOGUE – 12/08/2016

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GUGGEN – 01/04/2016

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KISCHI & KEVISELIE – 01/03/2016

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FATAMORGANA WINTER EXHIBITION – 04/01/2016

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XMAS EXHIBITION 2015 – 21/11/2015

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LAMB AND MAN – 04/09/2015

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TAKE TWO – 06/06/2015

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MULTIPLICITY – 07/05/2015

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INTERACTION 2015 – 30/01/2015

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