Gudrun Nielsen has been selected for the Nordic Exhibition SKULPTUR in London 2015. To exhibit her sculpture Labyrinth in Prince’s Gardens square from 4th of February 2015 to January 2016. The Royal British Society of Sculptors London received by open call nearly 170 applications from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
Royal British Society of Sculptors (RBS) is delighted to present skulptur, an exhibition of contemporary sculpture from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Encompassing indoor and outdoor sculpture, video, installation, and performance, it will be the first ever large scale group exhibition focused exclusively on Nordic sculpture in London, and features the work of many artists who have never exhibited in the city before.
Opening on 4 February 2015, the work will be displayed at three sites in South Kensington: the RBS galleries on Old Brompton Road, the Goethe-Institut London, and Prince’s Gardens, a public square owned by Imperial College London.
The exhibition comprises work by seventeen emerging as well as established artists who were selected from open call and by invitation by a panel including the renowned British sculptor, Richard Wentworth.
Exhibiting artists are: Nanna Rützou Abell, Jacob Dahlgren, Elmgreen & Dragset, Sigurður Guðjónsson, Marianne Hall, Timo Heino, Michael Johansson, Otto Karvonen, Tove Kjellmark, Anne Koskinen, Mariken Kramer, Maija Närhinen, Gudrun Nielsen, Laila Pullinen, Karianne Stensland, Hartmut Stockter and Jarno Vesala.
Says RBS Deputy Director and Curator, Claire Mander: “skulptur offers a glimpse of the strength and range of contemporary Nordic three dimensional practice and provides the opportunity to explore its distinctiveness.”
A publication accompanying the exhibition will be available in May 2015.