The Academy of Fine Arts' Bachelor degree show 2021

Bachelor degree show at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts opens May 21, 2021

Invitation to The Bachelor Degree Show 2021 at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Visual Art.

This spring 16 students from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts present their work at the Bachelor Degree Show. The exhibition will be on show at the school grounds – in the exhibition place Q in Peder Skramsgade, in the banquet hall on Charlottenborg Castle and in the outside areas between the two. For the second time the Bachelor Degree Show will be exhibited in the banquet hall. A space in which both history and many stories reside. The space has not been much used by the students at the Academy up until the outbreak of Covid-19 in Denmark last year. Due to restrictions related to Covid, the space became a place for meetings and teachings. It became a room both created for, and by the students. It is also from the banquet hall the plaster bust of King Frederik IV was removed and thrown into the harbour in November. It is both the history of the space and current circumstances around it that is our common outset and framework for the exhibition. We want to invite the guests to reflect upon the narratives that are embedded in the hall - those we as students maintain in these spaces and those we wish to deconstruct.

The artists featured is:
Sofie Burgaard
Davide Hjort Di Fabio
Nivetha Balasubramaniam
Thor Kazuo
Sahar Aghaei Jamili
Adam Varab
Katja Crevar
Theodor Nymark
Agnes-Karl Åxman
Christine Dahlerup
Sofus Keiding Agger
Hedvig Greiffenberg
Anne Holm
Eva Pade
Julie Nymann
Klara Ulveson

The Bachelor Degree Show is curated by the students in corporation with Associate Professor and exhibition coordinator Luca Frei.

Throughout the exhibition there will be film screenings in the cinema in Kunsthal Charlottenborg.

Vernissage 21th of May (opening hours: 12-20)
The exhibition runs until the 30th of May
(opening hours: everyday 12-17)

Free entrance.

Please bring corona passport and face mask.

Due to lack of lift/elevator the exhibition is sadly not wheelchair accessible.