Asger Dybvad Larsen (b. 1990, Denmark) works mainly on the physicality of the painting and the transformation of traditional paintings materials. His works are both painterly and highly tactile and are identified most clearly in their dialectical conversation with the medium's traditions and its classical structure. Larsen is in a constant dialogue with art history, especially postwar minimalist and conceptual strategies; in his practice repetition and autonomy are essential and the personal sign of the individual gesture is rejected in favour of an art that tries to achieve a form that does not refer to anything other than itself.Read More
Asger Dybvad Larsen (b. 1990, Denmark) lives and works in Aarhus, Denmark. Recent solo shows include: Gether Contemporary (Copenhagen, 2019, 2018), Spazio KN (Trento, 2017), Geukens & De Vil Gallery (Knokke, 2017), False Front (Portland, 2017), Galerie Rolando Anselmi (Rome, 2017; Berlin, 2018, 2015), Pablo’s Birthday Gallery (New York, 2016; 2015), LARMgalleri (Copenhagen, 2015), Lunchmoney Gallery (Aarhus, 2013). Recent group shows include: Centre of Contemporary Art (Maiorca, 2018), Geukens & De Vil Gallery (Antwerp, 2019; Knokke, 2018), Vestjyllands Kunstpavillon (Videbæk, 2018), Pablo’s Birthday Gallery (New York, 2018), L21 (Mallorca, 2017), Huset for Kunst og Design (Holstebro, 2017), Kunsthal Aarhus (Aarhus, 2017), Galerie l’inlassable (Paris, 2017), Hunted Projects (Edinburgh, 2017), Nordic Contemporary (Paris, 2016), Galerie Rolando Anselmi (Rome, 2016), Arróniz (Mexico City, 2016), Ex Fabbrica Orobia 15 (Milano, 2016), Galeria da Boavista (Lisbon, 2016), Rod Barton (London, 2015), Huset for Kunst og Design (Holstebro, 2015), Sixty Eight (Copenhagen, 2015), LARMgalleri (Copenhagen, 2015), Biennale of Sæby (Sæby, 2014; 2012), Munkeruphus (Gilleleje, 2014), Artspace (Aarhus, 2014), Artspace (Kibk, 2013). In 2017 he received 15th June Foundation’s Art Prize and in 2018 he has been awarded with a grant from the Lepsien Art Foundation in Düsseldorf. In 2017 Roulette Rousse published the first artist’s monograph curated by Marie Nipper & Victoria Marie Christensen.