ONGOING/ UPCOMING PROJECTS
Giving artist talks and lectures about HOPE & FEAR.
Pleace feel free to contact her for more info.
Århus Kunsthal, WATCHED! SURVIELLANCE; ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY
Became artist of the week 46 at Kunsten.nu (in danish)
27th August to 4th September
HOPE & FEAR
3-channel, large-scale video projection in public space during Copenhagen Art Week
JUNE / NOVEMBER
'TIME FOR TRUST' - commissioned neon installation in public space as part of The Danish North Coast Art Triennial Unknown Landscape curated by Anja Franke
Retrospective show as part of Fotografisk Center 20 år, an exhibition to mark the 20th anniversary of Denmark's photographic centre curated by Ingrid Fischer Jonge
WHO'S NEXT ? in the public space exhibition LIGENU ('Equality Here & Now) on the street in front of the Danish House of Parliament, a touring exhibition travelling to 4 major Danish cities. Curated by Mette Sandbye.
A smaller exhibition of LIGENU was shown in
Podcast for Copenhagen Photofestival on the fear of the Other. Frygten for det fremmede
Major working grant from The Danish Art Counsil
Exhibits WHO'S NEXT ? at Munkeruphus until 25 maj under the title HUMANS
Rundvisning på Munkeruphus udstillingen med Charlotte Haslund-Christensen, Tove Kurtzweil og Birthe Laursen
Billboard Festival Casablanca
22nd March - 25.th of May
Exhibition of WHO'S NEXT ? in the exhibition HUMANS, at Munkeruphus
Awarded the Marie og Victor Haagen-Müller's honorary grant for Danish artists.
Article on the Russian blog WONDERZINE about WHO'S NEXT ?
Fotografia Magazine publishes an article about my art work WHO'S NEXT?
Filming in Mongolia for the video work (in progress) HOPE & FEAR
In New York producing the video work (in progress) HOPE & FEAR
A special book box edition of NATIVES: THE DANES commissioned by the National Museum of Photography
Natives: The Danes Book box sold to the National Museum of Photography
Here you can see reseacher Mette Kia Krabbe talk about the project in a special edition of TV series 'Archival Treasures' (in Danish)
Participating in the exhibition "ZEIGEN - an audiotour through Copenhagen", Nikolaj Kunsthal, Copenhagen, Denmark, a project by the german artist Karin Sander
At International Art Residency Beijing producing the video work (in progress) HOPE & FEAR
22 March - 19 May, 2013
The Project Room, Hasselblad Center, Göteborg, Sweden.
76 countries in the world criminalise homosexuality.
And hate crimes happen right here every day.
The limited edition box WHO'S NEXT? travel discretely across borders to regions where LGBTQ subjects are still persecuted and prosecuted on a daily basis.
WHO'S NEXT? is an appeal to solidarity, community and respect.
NOVEMBER / DECEMBER
In Cairo, Egypt producing the video project(in progress) HOPE & FEAR.
Book launch on the 25th of October with opening speech by the Danish Minister of Culture at Copenhagen's Fotografisk Center from 5-7
WHO'S NEXT? is published and distributed by Space Poetry - www.spacepoetry.dk
EDITION: 250 signed box sets containing 42 photographic prints
PRICE: 2.500 DKK
The purchase of each box supports the distribution of WHO'S NEXT? to countries where LGBT people face daily prosecution and persecution and are denied basic human rights.
In 2009 Charlotte Haslund-Christensen photographed over 40 LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people at Copenhagen's mail police station-capturing them in mugshots like the criminals they would be many places in the world.
Opening in Tingbjerg on the 8 th of June with the participatory photography portrait work "To Tingbjerg with Love"
You are hereby invited to the opening of VISIT TINGBJERG Friday the 11th May 16-20, Tingbjerg Kunsthal, Ruten 14, Tingbjerg
WHO’S NEXT? book release at The Hasselblad Center
April 18th 2012, 6pm
Release reception with talks by Charlotte Haslund-Christensen, Eva Borgström, Senior Lecturer at Gothenburg University and Louise Wolthers, researcher at The Hasselblad Foundation.
Charlotte Haslund-Christensen is exhibiting NATIVES: THE DANES at China's largest photography festival, PINGYAO International Photography Festival 2011.
The work is awarded one of five Special Jury Awards.
Becomes a member of BKF, The Danish Association of Visual Artists
Is teaching at The Holbæk Art High School
In Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia researching and producing her video project HOPE & FEAR.
Come to our open house at Fabrikken for Kunst and Design on the 12th of May from 16.30.
More then 70 artist and designers will open their studios for you.
In Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania conducting a workshop in photography at NAFASI Art Space and gathering material for the video project HOPE & FEAR
WHO'S NEXT? at Generous Gestures. An exhibition on Art and Interculturalism in Denmark.
Exhibition opening 4th February 17-20 at Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art.
Exhibition period 5th-13th Febryary
Charlotte Haslund-Christensen has been awarded the Fogtdal Photography Travel Bursary 2010 for her contribution to Danish art photography
Natives: The Danes at GRID2010
Opening October 1st 6pm
Cultuurhuis Diamantslijperij, Tolstraat 129,
1 October - 7 November 2010
Natives: The Danes
Opening August 6th, 7pm
Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Until 29th August 2010
WHO'S NEXT ? is being projected at City Hall Square Copenhagen as part of Copenhagen Pride on the 21st of August
Charlotte Haslund-Cristensen will hold a public lecture on "Natives: The Danes" at Alianza Francesa-Auditorium, Cordoba 946. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
You are welcome.
Opening of Charlotte Haslund-Christensen's site-specific installation at Nørre Alslev School/ SFO, Falster, Denmark. Commissioned by The Danish Arts Council.
Charlotte Haslund-Christensen and WHO'S NEXT? are exhibiting at 25CPW Gallery in NYC.
Charlotte Haslund-Christensen is participating in The Silverstein Annual at Bruce Silverstein Gallery, Chelsea, NYC.
From the 27th of March through 8th of May 2010
WHO'S NEXT? work in progress
Showing at Gallery Signe Vad from 24th of July-12th of August 2009.
Charlotte Haslund-Christensen is one of the Danish artists donating artworks to ACTION AUCTION.
ACTION AUCTION is a declaration of solidarity and fundraiser - art support for the Iraqi asylum seekers denied the humanitarian residency or asylum in Denmark they deserve.
Charlotte Haslund-Christensen is starting the project GIRLS, GIRLS during World Outgames 2009 in Copenhagen.
Charlotte Haslund-Christensen has donated a limited edition work of art to World Outgames.
The edition is limited to 325 pieces.
You can buy the work through World Outgames.
EXHIBITION IN NEW YORK
Group exhibition CATALOGUING ATTITUDES: CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE ARCHIVE, Staten Island, N.Y.
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