Hans Alf Gallery
Wednesday, 05 January 2022 14:01

The Great Big Winter Show #2

The Great Big Winter Show #2

14.01.2022 - 19.02.2022


Hans Alf Gallery kicks off the 2022 season with the annual January group exhibition, appropriately dubbed "The Great Big Winter Show". This time around, the show will include works by Armin Boehm, Anders SCRMN Meisner, Fredrik Raddum, Magnus Fisker, Adam Parker Smith, Ralf Kokke, Morten Schelde, Jørgen Haugen Sørensen and Frank Fischer.




Viewing rooms:


Armin Boehm  //  Anders SCRMN Meisner  //  Fredrik Raddum  //  Magnus Fisker  //  Adam Parker Smith  //  Ralf Kokke  //  Morten Schelde  //  Jørgen Haugen Sørensen  //  Frank Fischer



Exhibition view:



Wednesday, 30 June 2021 10:44

The Summer Show

The Summer Show

02.07.2021 - 31.07.2021


As a tribute to all the brilliant artists that Hans Alf Gallery represents, we have put together a special summer exhibition showcasing works by each of the 18 artists currently on our roster.


During the month of July, Hans Alf Gallery will be open Fridays, 12-17, and Saturdays, 11-16, only.




Exhibition view:




Works in the exhibition:



Published in The Summer Show
Friday, 18 October 2019 13:43

Frank Fischer: Leaving London

Frank Fischer: Leaving London

20.09.19 - 19.10.2019


In early 2019, Frank Fischer left London after having lived in the city for nearly two decades. Swiss-born Fischer had grown tired with the omnipresent euroscepticism, the uncertainty surrounding Brexit and a perceived increase in random violence and general ruthlessness. The bubbly optimism and creative enthusiasm, Fischer experienced when he initially moved to the roaring capital, was no longer present. To Fischer, the magic had simply disappeared.


Leaving London is a personal homage to the painter’s years on one of the world’s biggest and most colorful art scenes. The exhibition consists of 13 artworks; the last 13 works that adorned the walls of Fischer’s studio in Walworth when he decided to pack up his life and ship it across the channel.


As opposed to previous exhibitions, where Fischer’s characteristic paraphrasing technique was devoted to one specific artist, Leaving London consists of works that Fischer saved for himself through the years; works that he was initially unable to let go of and whose liberation required the intervention of two extraordinarily persuasive gallerists.


Thus, the exhibition features paraphrases of paintings by artists as different as Caspar David Friedrich, Michael Craig-Martin, Japanese Mr., and Pippilotti Rist. Despite their disparate nature, the divergent color palettes are forced to coexist through Fischers unique kaleidoscope, and rather than the untamed color explosion you might expect, Leaving London has become an elegant and heartfelt demonstration of that exact thing and feeling, Fischer manages to create and manifest though his artistic practice.




Published in Leaving London
Wednesday, 26 September 2018 14:45

Frank Fischer: Henry Hudson

Frank Fischer: Henry Hudson

02.03.18 - 31.03.2018


While Per Morten Abrahamsen’s ”Magnified” is on display in the main gallery, a series of new works by Swiss painter Frank Fisher will be on view in the Hans Alf Gallery project room.


As always, Fischer bases his works on that of an existing artist: The color scheme of each individual painting is deciphered and reproduced in Fischer’s onerous drip-painting technique, so that the finished work becomes a representation of the original. Fischer has done this with artists such as Cy Twombly, Ferdinand Hodler and Emil Nolde – and with great success.


This time, Fischer explores British painter Henry Hudson’s “Sun City Tanning”-series from 2016. The result is a deep and quite different palette. It's not like anything we’re used to seeing from the hand of Fischer.

The exhibition consists of a total of seven works.



Published in Henry Hudson

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