Tomás Saraceno, BD+03 2562 b/M+I, 2018, Metal, iridescent panels, steel thread, polyester rope, fishing line, 87 × 103 × 103 cm
Courtesy of the artist and Andersen’s
Andersen’s originally began as a project space in Linienstrasse in Berlin called Andersen’s Wohnung. Andersen’s Wohnung operated in 1996-1999 as an alternative art space run by Claus Andersen and German artists Thilo Heinzmann and Anselm Reyle. Having made strong connections with many rising German artists, Claus Andersen moved back to his native Copenhagen, and opened a new gallery in April 2005: Andersen’s. Andersen’s is thus based on Claus Andersen’s German connections and started out with artists he worked with in Berlin, i.e. Henrik Olesen, Anselm Reyle, Olafur Eliasson and Tomás Saraceno. Today the gallery represents a variety of emerging and established artists from throughout the world. A common feature for these artists is works and artistic practices that are conceptually rigorous and that participate in a vital dialogue between art and broader socio-cultural currents in contemporary society.
Farshad Farzankia Kevin Francis Gray Tomás Saraceno
Alfredo Aceto Anna Fro Vodder Jason Dodge Simon Dybbroe Møller Olafur Eliasson Paul Fägerskiöld Christian Falsnaes Farshad Farzankia Max Frintrop Goodiepal Thilo Heinzmann Ulrik Heltoft Absalon Kirkeby Morten Knudsen
Freddie A. Lerche Daniel Lergon Albert Mertz Landon Metz Michelangelo Pistoletto Anselm Reyle Tomás Saraceno Shiyuan Liu Henrik Olesen Anja Schwörer Katja Strunz Kevin Francis Gray