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Ehlerss exhibition gives voice to those who historically lacked such a stake and whose stories continue to be little heard in Denmark. But Ehlers does not exert influence on the stories they tell.
There is a chill in the air of a disused nightclub in Roskilde, about thirty kilometers outside of Copenhagen. The floors are sticky, as if the dance floor has only just been vacated. For the American artist Jacolby Satterwhite, the club is a strange cave, where intellectuals come together when they are the most unintellectual, but [also] the most beautiful and kindred.
Henie Onstad reveals the marvelous entirety of Saint Phalles career, beyond the exuberant surface to the dark and twisted edges of the avant-garde.
The book is anchored by the homes, landscapes, and countries that defined Carrington, richly illustrated with her paintings and archival material. Moorheads writing is at its most gorgeously sensorial when she visits these locations for herself.