Home is where the House is - This Friday in Copenhagen

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Secrets, longings, dilemmas and ghosts are exposed and explored when Danish artist Mie Mogensen and American artist Carissa Potter let you peek inside a private home, which has been transformed into a fictional domestic space. 
Odd kitchenware, unbridled plants, dark and amorphous ceramic objects, and a huge book case of writings are some of the works, which you will encounter in the homely, and yet ambiguous space.

Please join us to celebrate paradoxes of life and radical acceptance.

Opening: Friday the 29th of June 16-21.

  Ehlersvej 25, 2900 Hellerup, Danmark

Visiting hours: Saturday the 30th 11-16 and Sunday the 1st of July 11-16.

Curated by: Natalia Gutman

If you are interested in any of the work in the show but are not able to make it to the open house - please contact:


Special thanks to Natalia Gutman for her time, wonderful ideas and passion for art. She has some amazing projects that you can check out here:

or carissapottercarlson@gmail.com
carissapotter.com – peopleiveloved.com

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