ARTIST TALK WITH TRINE SØNDERGAARD

Experience artist Trine Søndergaard and professor in art history Jeanette Kohl discussing the boundaries, challenges and meaning of the portrait medium. After the talk the museum will host a small reception. The talk will be in English.

Trine Søndergaard is a Danish photography-based visual artist. Søndergaard lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark. Trine Søndergaard’s work is marked by a precision and a sensibility that co-exist with an investigation of the medium of photography, its boundaries and what constitutes an image.

Jeanette Kohl is associate professor in art history at University of California Riverside. From 2006 to 2009, she chaired the international academic network “The Power of Faces. The Bust, the Head, and the Body in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.”

  1. OKTOBER 4-5 PM

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Practical details

The talk is arranged in connection with the seminar [STONE FACE. The phenomenology of the bust, the psychology of the face][1] and made possible thanks to generous support of the Velux Foundation Museum Programme.

Registration is required. Buy tickets here [her][2].

Photos:
© Trine Søndergaard, 2012, Guldnakke # 5, Archival pigment print.
Courtesy the artist, Martin Asbæk Gallery & Bruce Silverstein Gallery.
© Trine Søndergaard, 2015, Reflection # 6, 110x110cm, Archival pigment print.
Courtesy the artist, Martin Asbæk Gallery & Bruce Silverstein Gallery.