SKULPTURI is a collaboration between eight artist with a shared interest in sculpture. SKULPTURI’s objective is to show the breadth and richness that showes within sculptural work today — both in Denmark and internationally.
SKULPTURI manifested itself as an independent artist-run exhibition space from 2007-2012. Interested in promoting the professional debate concerning sculpture, SKULPTURI continues to present exhibitions under more flexible conditions, exhibitions that examine and redefine locations, artworks and spatial situations.
Eva Steen Christensen (1969) is educated from the Chelsea School of Arts. She is represented in the collection of: ARKEN - museum of Comtemporary art, KUNSTEN - Artmuseum Ålborg, HEART- Artmuseum Herning, Vejen Art Museum, Horsens Artmuseum, the Danish Art Foundation, Ny Carlsberg Fondet, Copenhagen Arts Council, Odense Arts Council. Eva is a boardmember of Kunsthal Gl.Strand (2010-2018) and The Danish Arts Foundation - Committee of visual arts (2016-2019).
Veo Friis Jespersen (1960) is educated from the The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.She is represented at Museo De Arte Moderno Chiloé, Chile and has sold to the Danish Art Foundation, private and public collections. Veo has made several works in public spaces for the Danish Art Foundation and Rudersdal municipality. www.veofriisjespersen.dk
Heine Kjærgaard Klausen (1978) is educated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He has made public art works, at the school of Grønnevang in Vejen, Østerhøj in Ballerup and the Deafblind-house in Nærum. Heine is represented in several private collections. www.heineklausen.com
Jørgen Carlo Larsen (1954) is educated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Co-founder of TAPKO. He has received the three-year scholarship from the Danish Arts Foundation and the Eckersberg Medal. Member of The Committee for Environmental/ Public Art 1995-98. Sold to Ny Carlsbergfondet. Jørgen Carlo has made public artwork in Vejleåparken, Ishøj and in Dybvad. www.jorgencarlolarsen.dk
Karin Lorentzen (1968) is educated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. She is represented at the National Museum, Ny Carlsbergfondet and received the three-year scholarship from the Danish Arts Foundation in 2006. Karin has made several public artworks: Glorup Estate, Grenå, Ballerup, Frederiksberg, Århus, Hvidovre and Lemvig. From 2009 she has been member of Church Art Advisory Committee at The Danish Academy Council and from 2014 consultant for The Danish Arts Foundation. www.karinlorentzen.dk
Tina Maria Nielsen (1964) is educated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. She is represented at Horsens Art Museum, the Danish Art Foundation, Aarhus Arts Council. Awarded by the Danish Arts Foundation, Ole Haslunds Art Fund, Anne Marie Telmanyi Art Fund and received the three-year scholarship from the Danish Arts Foundation. Tina is a boardmember of KUNSTEN Art Museum (2015-2018) and The Royal Academy (2014-2020). www.tinamarianielsen.dk
Rikke Ravn Sørensen (1965) is educated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Awarded by the Danish Arts Foundation, Ole Haslunds Art Fund, and Ruth and Finn Torjussens Fund. Rikke is boardmember of The J.F. Willumsen Museum (2011-2018) and Danish Art Workshops (2012-2020). www.rikkeravnsorensen.dk
Mikael Thejll (1952) is edducated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He has made public art work in Ringparken, Roskilde and Blaagaard Statsseminarium. Mikael Thejll has received several work grants and awards from the Danish Arts Foundation. www.mikaelthejll.dk