The Artists Easter Exhibition (KP), presented for the 71th time this year, is one of the five nationally recognized open juried exhibitions in Denmark. It is an annual censored exhibition that allows established as well as upcoming artists to present theirwork to a broadaudience. KP values both tradition and renewal and gives established artists as well as new talents the opportunity to introduce their works to a larger audience. Current trends in art are introduced through the jury’s selection.

The jury consists of five art professionals and performing artists. Theyreview all works and select the art pieces to beexhibited, on basis of artistic quality criteria.

The 2017 jury is:
Eva Koch (video)
Jesper Christiansen (painting)
Jesper Dyrehauge (painting)
Lisbeth Bonde (critic, writing)
Per Ahlmann (ceramic)


As one of the more prominent censored exhibitions in Denmark, KP differs by not only exhibiting the works chosen by the jury, but also – by way of the SPRING exhibition – to continue the work with a select group of former KP exhibitors.

Exhibitors at SPRING17are:
Carola Björk (SE)
Julie Greve Lindholm
Kamilla Jørgensen
Yngvild Sæter (NO)

Tanja Nellemann

SPRING17 – satellite

Yngvild Sæters project ’ADVANCED NOTICE OF ARRIVAL -the future presents the past’ is displayed near the waterfront at The Harbour of Aarhus as a part of SPRING17.

Venue: Dome of Visions, Inge LehmannsGade, Pier 2.

Hours in Dome of Visions

Workdays: 12-18
Saturday - Sunday: 10-18

Exhibition period: 1st – 30th of April 2017
Opening: 1st of April, 2-5pm


Saturday, 1st of April, 2-5pm: Opening with presenting of the KP Prize.
KP General Meeting: 5-6.30pm (closed arrangement. Only for members of KP).

Censor-talk with the painter Jesper Christiansen:
Friday April 7th, 3 pm. Moderator, Trine Rytter Andersen.

Wednesday, 26th of April, 7-9pm: Finissage with presentation of the Audience Award and Artist-talk with the SPRING-exhibitors: Carola Björk, Julie Greve Lindholm, Kamilla Jørgensen and Yngvild Sæter. Moderater, Trine Rytter Andersen.

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