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DEAR ALL
IT IS A GREAT PLEASURE TO SHARE MY CURRENT & UPCOMING PROJECTS IN MARCH & APRIL 2018
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CURRENT

Photo: David Berg
La Vaughn Belle and I recently inaugurated our public monument I Am Queen Mary in front of Copenhagen's West Indian Warehouse on March 31st.

I want to extend my deepest gratitude to everyone who supported the project and event.

Our project website www.iamqueenmary.com includes background information, photographs of the process and an overview of the press coverage the project has received. 



UPCOMING

I’m incredibly excited to announce that Black Magic at the White House is included in the exhibition  Dress Up, Speak Up: Costume and Confrontation displayed at 21c Museum Hotel, Louisville from March 2018 - March 2019.

Dress Up, Speak Up focuses on artworks that evoke past and present, fact and fiction to illuminate the complexity of costume in the creation of contemporary identities. It features works by Ebony G. Patterson, Yinka Shonibare MBE, Titus Kaphar, Firelei Báez, Kehinde Wiley, Hew Locke and Nick Cave, among others. 

 

I am pleased to be part of the group show Tak i lige måde: Contemporary art from Denmark at Reykjavík Art Museum where I am showing Atlantic: Endless Row and my video performance Whip It Good!

The exhibition commemorates the 100-year anniversary of Iceland's independence from Danish rule. At this historical juncture, Denmark has to revise its position in relation to colonialism and the exhibition encompasses work by contemporary artists who are engaging in these processes.

On April 7th I will be in conversation with artist Tinne Zenner and ethnologist Kristinn Schram at Hafnarhús complicating the Danish national narrative. 


See you there!
I am very happy to announce my solo exhibition 
The Invisible Empire: Confronting the Scandinavian Colonial Amnesia 
that opens April 11th at Futura Gallery in Stockholm and is presented by Eva Livijn-Olin and curated by Silvana Lagos.
Photo: Copenhagen Workers' Museum
A prototype of I Am Queen Mary will be part of the exhibition Forvandlinger i Gips that opens April 19th at KØS - Museum of Art in Public Spaces. 

This exhibition looks at the specificity of the plaster cast as material and part of experimental processes in contemporary art practices. 
WARM REGARDS


Jeannette






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