Visitor adress: Holbergsgade 8, DK - 1057 Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Saturday 12 pm - 3 pm
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Phone: +453 316 2232
Poised between the Minimalist legacy and Maximalist tendencies, harking back to his youth in the roaring eighties, the oeuvre of Danish artist Erik A. Frandsen (b. 1957) balances between the reckless frankness of Late Modernism and a more Classical symbolism. When creating his artworks Frandsen uses a variety of materials such as rubber tires, photographs, boxes and fluorescent tube lights. In much the same way his techniques can be creative and experimental e.g. replacing canvas and brush with reflective steel and the honing of a drilling machine. Erik A. Frandsen’s oeuvre is characterized by a recycling of motives and the application of these to various mediums, with an altogether different expression as the end result in order to illuminate that which is not visible at first glance.