August 31st – October 1st
First There Is a Mountain

Wadden Tide 2023
Blåvandshuk, Denmark
Opening on August 31st. 5.30pm
Uendelig (Infinite) performed at the opening.

After the opening, it will be shown on the following dates:
Sunday September 10th 2pm
Sunday September 17th 2pm
Sunday September 24th 2pm
Sunday October 1st 2pm
Everyone is welcome to take part or to watch from the dunes. 
Participation duration 10-30 minutes or as long as you wish.
Check out the artists participating in this beach show:

September 8th - January 21st, 2024
The Artists' Copenhagen
Nikolaj Kunsthal, Copenhagen Denmark
Group exhibition that zooms in on representations of the city as seen through the eyes of the artists.
Opening Thursday September 7th at 4-8pm

October 19, 2023 at 7 pm
Public Discussion: Curating the Periphery
KRAK Center for Contemporary Culture 
(Hamze Hume bb, Bihać)
Irfan Hošić in conversation with Zdenka Badovinac, 
Molly Haslund and Šejla Kamerić

June 18th – November 18th
Creative Ecologies
Center for Contemporary Culture KRAK
(Revizor Foundation)
Hamze Hume bb, 77000 Bihać
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Flower Drop. Introducing Molly Haslund
Monograph by RSS Press
303 pages, four essays, richly illustrated, English language
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SMK National Gallery of Denmark (Copenhagen)
O–Overgaden (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Wanås Konst Sculpture Park (Sweden)

Beam Editions (UK)
RSS Press

Flower Drop. Introducing Molly Haslund

Flower Drop. Introducing Molly Haslund offers an unprecedented overview of the practice of one of Denmark’s leading contemporary artists. The book presents a selection of Haslund’s work produced over the last two decades, tracking the development of her signature conceptual and material approach to both the extraordinary and the everyday. Written contributions from Karen Vestergaard Andersen, Sanne Kofod Olsen, and Gabriela Jauregui as well as an extended interview with Miriam Frandsen clarify how Haslund adapts and stages the uncanny potential of human rituals and collective situations to reveal the political and poetic in contemporary human life. The book looks closely at the ongoing development of social aesthetics in the Nordic region and the intersection recorded by the artist through mixed-media artworks and performances, often delivered through photography, narrative texts, musical compositions, sound, video, sculpture, props, virtual reality, and ready-mades.