We are hiring student assistants


Vi søger studentermedhjælpere, der har interesse for at arbejde med kunst, og som vil arbejde i galleriet 12-20 timer pr. uge. ved siden af studiet. 

Vi kan tilbyde et godt kollegialt miljø med fokus på samarbejde og professionalisme omkring løsningen af galleriets opgaver. Vi søger studentermedhjælpere, der har lyst til at hjælpe os med en række opgaver omkring registrering af kunstværker, systematisering og opdateringer af diverse data, bidrag til løsningen af salgs- og artist liaisonopgaver og diverse forfaldende opgaver i forbindelse med planlægningen af messer, udstillinger m.v.

Arbejdstiden er 12-20 timer pr. uge, og det er en forudsætning, at du har mulighed for at arbejde ca. hver anden lørdag i tidsrummet 11-15. 

Hvis det kunne være noget for dig, hører vi gerne fra dig senest den 14. december 2023. Fortæl os om din motivation for at arbejde i et galleri og om hvilke kompetencer du vil kunne bidrage med til vores samlede team. 

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We are looking for student assistants who are interested in working with art and who would like to work in the gallery 12-20 hours a week.

We can offer a good collegial environment with a focus on collaboration and professionalism whilst solving the gallery's tasks. We are looking for student assistants who wants to assist with several tasks related to the registration of works of art, systematization and updating of various data, contributing to sales and artist liaison tasks and various tasks in connection with the planning of fairs, exhibitions, etc.

The working hours will be 12-20 hours per week, and it is required that you can work approx. every second Saturday between 11am and 3pm.

If this could be something for you, we would like to hear from you no later than 14 December 2023. Tell us about your motivation for working in a gallery and about what skills you would be able to contribute to our overall team.

You can read more about the gallery on our website Please send your application to


Lea Porsager is part of Fuglsang Art Landscape

Lea Porsager is part of Fuglsang Art Landscape with the work Exhumed Limy Pool (2023) at Fuglsang Kunstmuseum. ⁠ ⁠

Lea Porsager's work was created with the desire to establish a meeting point on the lawn in front of the museum with respect for the site's cultural history and geography. The work is designed as an excavated area, which in terms of scale and location mirrors the historic irrigation pond. The buried limestone basin is bounded by a stone setting that reflects the area's protected stone walls. In the center of the field, three aluminum sculptures form a horseshoe formation that recalls the history of the place, where horses have played an important role.⁠


Photo credit: Jan Søndergaard


FOS commission "A.L.T" at Bethaniagade, Herning, DK

FOS' work "A.L.T." is now up as a permanent installation in Bethaniagade in Herning, DK. 

The over 30 meter work consists of red wide shaped stones, glazed concrete elements, repeated arches and cuts that break the surface as well as a bronze cast gate. The commission was initiated in the early stage in the construction of building, allowing for the work to be integrated into the building process to such a large extent. 

The work is supported by the Statens Kunstfond and has been created in collaboration with Peter Jensen Bronze Foundry and Tommerup Ceramic Workcenter.


Photos: Herning Kommune 


Lea Porsager: "Bad Timing - or How to Write History Without Objects"

Lea Porsager is part of the group exhibition: "Bad Timing - or How to Write History Without Objects" at Den Frie Udstillingsbygning. ⁠

The exhibition is on view until 22.10.23. 

Please find more information about the exhibition here.

"Bad Timing – or How to Write History Without Objects is based on the historical exhibition Women Artists’ Retrospective Exhibition from 1920, where 200 female artists (both living and dead) exhibited almost 700 works at Den Frie. This historical moment becomes an occasion to examine how artists, then as well as today, are active writers of their own and our common art history.⁠

Today, many of the works from the 1920 exhibition are unknown or lost. The same applies to the stories of many of the women who created works for the exhibition. Bad Timing investigates how it can be possible to work with this material and historical absence. How can this absence take shape and become registerable?  For the exhibition this void is materialised through large tableaux of new works by prominent contemporary artists, who work to make absence physical in very different ways."

Exhibition text by Den Frie Udstillingsbygning


Eduardo Terrazas: Equilibrio Múltiple

Eduardo Terrazas' solo-exhibition Equilibrio Múltiple is on view at Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, MX. ⁠

This large, retrospective exhibition features 144 works and projects, spanning from 1968-2023.⁠

Equilibrio Múltiple is curated by Daniel Garza is on view until 08.10.23. ⁠

Photo: Ramiro Cháves



Michael Kvium: The Noise of Silence (Stilhedens larm) at Oluf Høst Museet

Michael Kvium's solo-exhibition The Noise of Silence (Stilhedens larm), is on view at Oluf Høst Museet until October 21st, 2023.

Michael Kvium has for four decades created works that mercilessly depict the folly of man and all corners of life. The narrative paintings unfold on a stage from the moment theater curtain rises to the second the curtain falls, like the course of life from born to death. The works paradoxically evoke feelings of both enthusiasm and disgust and their expression is situated is both abstraction and realism that can be impossible to shake from one’s consciousness.⁠

Photo: Anders Beier⁠


Lea Porsager: Teknokroppen at Fuglsang Kunstmuseum, DK.⁠ ⁠

Lea Porsager is a part of the group-exhibition Teknokroppen at Fuglsang Kunstmuseum, DK.⁠ ⁠

The exhibition is open until September 17th, 2023 and is curated by Liza Kaaring⁠. 

Photo: David Stjernholm⁠ ⁠ 


Carlos Amorales: Black Cloud at MNAC, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest

Carlos Amorales' large-scale installation opens today at MNAC, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest. The exhibition can be visited on the first floor of the museum, in the Marble Hall.⁠

The installation "Black Cloud" is a satellite of the Biennale Art Encounters 2023 – "My Rhino is not a Myth: Art science fictions", which takes place in Timișoara between 19.05.2023 – 16.07.2023.