Martin Asbæk Gallery

Martin Asbæk Gallery was founded in 2005 and focuses on contemporary international art by established and emerging artists who work in a wide range of media; painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, video, embroidery.

At Market Art Fair, Martin Asbæk Gallery will highlight the unique quality of the individual works by Eva Koch and Clare Woods, as well as illustrating their diversity in physicality and presence. The presentation will include sculpture, photography and painting.

Eva Koch

Eva Koch (1953, Denmark) works spatially with video installations, sound and sculpture. Koch’s sculptures relate in scale to man’s own physical presence and her works are often place-specific and interactive. The  works particularly revolve around the themes of communication and the shared features of human experience, presented in a sensuous simple language in which image and word merge in extension of one another.

The Star of Teruel | 2015 | Bronze

Clare Woods

Clare Woods’ (1972, UK) paintings are essentially concerned with sculpting an image in paint and expressing the strangeness of an object. Her choice of subject matter is primarily based on an intuitive response to found photographic source material, which in recent years has moved from a fascination with subconscious expressions of anxiety in the landscape to explorations of the human figure. Using oil on aluminium she manipulates qualities of flatness and three-dimensionality, twisting foreground and background to create nuanced and surreal imagery.

The Emergency Chair | 2017 | Oil on aluminium

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Anders Knutsson | Ann Böttcher | Anna Zacharoff | Aurora Passero | Bjarne Melgaard | Bjørn Nørgaard | Christian Schmidt-Rasmussen | Clare Woods | David Molander | Eva Koch | Fredrik Værslev | Gavin Turk | Gert & Uwe Tobias | Gregor Hildebrandt | Gustaf Nordenskiöld | Hanna Isaksson | Hannaleena Heiska | Janne Räisänen | Jenny Carlsson | Jim Thorell | Jonathan Meese | Larry Bell | Lars Christensen | Louis Reith | Ludvig Helin | Malin Gabriella Nordin | Margrét H. Blöndal | Mason Saltarrelli | Mie Olise Kjærgaard | Nadja Bournonville | Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg | Ólafur Elíasson | Olof Inger | Per Kirkeby | Richard Johansson | Robin Seir | Ruth Campau | Sergej Jensen | Sigurður Árni Sigurðsson | Silja Rantanen | Stein Rønning | Tina Maria Nielsen | Torbjørn Rødland | Torbjørn Rødland | Wes Lang | Ylva Ceder | Yngvild Saeter