New exhibition MAKE SENSE
We are pleased to present for the first time: two original women, Sofie Aabenhuus and Christina Augustesen.
Aabenhuus will exhibit a wide range of expressive, colourful paintings and collages.
Born 1977, lives and work in Copenhagen, Denmark
architectural and landscape photographer
- Featured in international magazines and publications including Dwell and Photography Monthly.
- Awarded NETDIVER Best of the Year 2008
- 1st place in the 2009 IPA International Photography Awards (Pro category 'Architecture Buildings')
- 1st place in The 2010 APA Awards National Photo Competition ('Landscape'category)
- Recently winner of the Blurb "Bring Your Photography to Life" competition on the Behance Network
New works from Kim Høltermand at VÆG right now:
I am especially drawn to desolate places, devoid of people. There is a certain lonely and eerie feeling when standing in front of something huge and overwhelming and being the only one to see it. I love to capture that feeling of being completely alone, and of being lonely. We are all alone.
The TUVE series was shot in Sweden at lake TUVE. I had spent an entire week at the lake with sunshine – craving for the fog but it was nowhere to be found. It was on the last day of my stay that I woke up early in the morning and I was blessed with the fog of a decade. I quickly packed up my gear and drove down to the lake nearby and shot TUVE. I remember driving back from the shoot with a smile on my face and a gut feeling that this would be some of my best work to date.