E-magazine with selected images from Marie Wengler’s first solo exhibition 2012 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Furthermore description of the theme for the series for images.
Link to e-magazine:
Short description in Danish of Marie Wengler’s first solo exhibition in Illums Bolighus, Royal warrants of appointment.
Description of my first solo exhibition in a recognized art magazine – Kunstavisen – in Denmark.
The website PONDLY – which features artists – brought an article about me, my pictures and my solo exhibition in Illums Bolighus.
Read the whole article here or click at the image above.
My first solo exhibition in Illums Bolighus is a part of Copenhagen Photo Festival 2012 (the English version above)
My pictures form my series of images ‘Genereation Y?’ from my first solo exhibition featured at ARTBOOM.
Works form my series of images ‘Generation Y?’ featured in Practical Photoshop issue 15 (2012) as the artistic profile of the month
Read the whole interview in the following pdf: PHO15.portfolio
My solo exhibition was mentioned in the danish magazine FEMINA for women in week 26, 2012.
An interview in Complexd Magazine (UK).
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Some of my works from the series of images A Study of My Mind has been featured in The Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition at York St. Mary’s 2013.
Catalog from exhibition.
Some of my pieces from the series of images A Study of My Mind featured in Visual Artbeat vol. 11 + an article about my artistic practice, 2013.
I participated in a collaborative artistic project, retouching and re-sampeling old Danish masterpieces for The National Gallery of Denmark (SMK). The result var the longest pixelbased picture created in Europe so far, decorating large fences around the old and very beautiful Marble Church in Copenhagen, Denmark! The Danish newspapers loved the idea, for instance one of the most recognized Danish newspapers Politiken gave our project 6 out of 6 hearts when judging the final result (article written in Danish):