International art fair for artist-run exhibition spaces and other independent projects.Exhibitions, performances, artist talks, panel debates and more A NEW GATHERING FOR ARTIST-RUN ART PROJECTS
When you want to see art, where do you go? Museums? Galleries? Kunsthals?
What if we told you there is another option - exhibition spaces run by artists.
This is where you can find some of today's most exciting and cutting edge art - experimental artworks by up-and-coming artists. We invite you to discover this hidden part of the artworld at Juxtapose Art Fair which will debut in Aarhus, Denmark in August 2021.
As a non-commercial art fair, Juxtapose is not focused on sales. Instead our goal is to celebrate the diversity of the artist-run sector, and to support the artists behind this sector.
The fair will showcase 25 artist-run projects that are led and organized by visual artists and/or independent curators. There will be all kinds of projects, including artist-run exhibition spaces, artist collectives, independent art publications, and other projects that fall outside the walls of museums and commercial galleries.
By bringing very different artist-run projects together in one space, we hope to highlight the unique profile of each project.
The public will be able to learn more about each initiative and the larger artist-run sector through a series of talks, panel debates, performances and guided tours to local initiatives here in Aarhus.
Altogether, Juxtapose Art Fair aims to strengthen the artist-run sector and we hope to shine new light on this vital, yet often overlooked, corner of the art world.
M100 is an artist-run exhibition space in Odense, Denmark which shows various exhibitions of contemporary artists from Denmark and abroad. The purpose of M100 is to develop a forum for contemporary art in Odense where people interested in art can encounter new, experimental contemporary art.
All exhibitions are accompanied by explanatory texts, an essay about the artist's practice, photographic documentation, art talks or the like. M100 views the artist-run exhibition space as a place for visual artists to show the art they are currently working on in a way that they see fit.