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19.08 2023 - 23.09 2023
Slut dato: 2023-09-23

Memory Lane

19.08 - 23.09

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Galleri NB has the pleasure of presenting the special exhibition Memory Lane at the behest of gallerist Thorkild NB Nielsen's birthday, which is celebrated in the gallery September 8th at 14:00-17:00. The exhibition opens on Saturday 19 of August and will offer an inspiring mix of artistic retrospectives and exciting future perspectives.

Galleri NB has been a central player in the art world since its opening in 1987, and in the past 36 years the gallery has presented an impressive range of exciting artists and unique artistic experiences.

Memory Lane will present carefully selected works from artists who have worked closely with Thorkild and Galleri NB over the years. Among the retrospective artists who will be honored are Kjell Nupen, Jacob Brostrup, Sergie Sviatchenko, Kári Svensson, Lis Andersen, Ole Tersløse, Anne Vilsbøll, Mette Rishøj, Elle-Mie Ejdrup Hansen, Walter Barrientos, Robert Jacobsen, Gry Hege Rinaldo and Henrik Kleppe.

Galleri NB has always valued long-term collaborations, and as a tribute to their commitment, current works from artists with whom the gallery has worked closely for more than 10 years will of course also be exhibited. Among these artists are Vilmantas, Nana RHB, Andrea Damp, Carsten Frank, John Reuss, Toon Berghahn, Paul Smulders, Marius Martinussen, Sabine Beyerle and Steen Larsen.

We are proud to celebrate Thorkild NB Nielsen's 70 years birthday with the Memory Lane exhibition. It is a fantastic opportunity to reflect on the many memorable moments we have shared with artists and art lovers over the years, said the gallerist, adding: We look forward to welcoming you to the gallery and sharing our passion for art with as many as possible.

The exhibition Memory Lane opens its doors on Saturday August 19th and will run until Saturday September 23d. All those interested in art are invited to participate in the celebration of a long and exciting career in the art world.

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About Gallery NB:

Galleri NB, founded in 1987, is the leading art gallery in Viborg. Over the years, the gallery has established itself as a valuable platform for renowned as well as upcoming artists who exhibit a wide range of artworks, including painting, sculpture, graphics and photography. Galleri NB has fundamentally always strived to share the joy of valuable art with as many people as possible.

Memory Lane
The exhibited works can be seen under the individual artists.
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10.06 2023 - 12.08 2023
Slut dato: 2023-08-12

10.06 – 12.08

WAOU 23 is the year's overall strongest artistic manifestation in Gallery NB.
The WAOU exhibitions started in 2019 and have subsequently become Galleri NB's annual recurring event, where the gallery's artists, together with new invited artists, do their best to be able to present their most important works to a large audience.

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The audience can look forward to an exhibition which primarily presents painting, sculpture and collage in very different expressions and formats. However, the works have in common that they have all been selected for their individual artistic qualities.

We are therefore we are very proud to be able to present works by the following international artists
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Andrea Damp

Ann-Lisbeth Sanvig

Beate Höing


Carsten Frank

Daniela Schönemann


Elle-Mie Ejdrup Hansen

Henrik Kleppe

John Reuss

Krestine Harboe Lorentzen

Marius Martinussen


Nana RHB

Paul Smulders


Petter Alexander Hepsø

Sabine Beyerle


Steen Larsen

Toon Berghahn

Vilmantas Marcinkevicius

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29.04 2023 - 03.06 2023
Slut dato: 2023-06-03

Galleri NB, Viborg

NBeX project: Nana RHB: The Girl With Many Eyes
MAIN gallery: John Reuss: Reuss -23

It is not without reason that Gallery NB's upcoming exhibition is open longer than usual, as the two artists' individual exhibitions are very different, but both super exciting.

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Nana RHB

With the exhibition The Girl With Many Eyes, Nana RHB presents new paintings, collages and smaller paper works, where she creates a space for reflection on the ambivalent meanings and symbolism of the eyes.
Eyes are often considered a window to the soul and can symbolize a close connection to one's inner self or a high degree of attention to one's surroundings. At the same time, eyes can also represent surveillance and censorship and act as a comment on the increased surveillance and control in society.
The exhibition touches on themes such as identity, staging, censorship and nostalgia, based on Nana RHB's own life in various roles as daughter, woman, artist, wife and mother.
In the process of painting, she works with different layers and overlaps and applies brush strokes over existing photographs in order to create a dialogue with the underlying source material, which remains visible to varying degrees.
The works are made on cardboard, paper, canvas and sailcloth, and she combines large colorful surfaces with parts of different visual material that she has collected and saved over the past few years.
The exhibition presents a present storyteller, and the works are full of visual richness and complexity, which gives the viewer the opportunity to explore Nana RHB's artistic universe and consider the many ways in which we see and understand the world around us.

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John Reuss

In his works, John Reuss explores existential themes (identity, alienation, loneliness etc.) related to our modern way of life. With his semi-abstract compositions, Reuss invites the viewer to reflect on his own place in the world.

One of Reuss's greatest sources of inspiration over the years has been philosophical literature - and currently it is the philosophical work “Undinge” (non-things) by Byung-Chul Han, being one of the main sources. In the book, Han describes the relationship between the material and the immaterial in our modern, digital age. In the book, Han argues that the digital dominance has led to a world where material objects have lost their power and meaning, and how we have become more and more disconnected from the physical world around us.

In many ways, Reuss's works can be seen as a visual expression of some of the themes Han unfolds in "Undinge". Both Han and Reuss are concerned with the ways in which our relationship to the material world has been transformed by our modern lives. Byung-Chul Han argues that the digital world has led to a loss of meaning and significance in material objects, while Reuss's works often depict humans as fragmented and displaced from a physical context.

Furniture such as chairs and beds, which are normally recognizable and stable, in Reuss's works offer neither recognition nor stability - they are dissolved and meaningless, a reflection of Han's ideas about how, among other things, digital technologies have created a new form of existence, where everything is reduced to information and thus loses its materiality, just as we lose the stable anchor to the physical and to each other.

In this way, there is a parallel between Hans's ideas in "Undinge" and Reuss's works. Both challenge us to consider the meaning of the world we live in and encourage us to look deeper below the surface to find meaning. While Han's work offers a critique of the digital agenda that dominates our society, Reuss's art offers a path towards a deeper understanding of ourselves and our place in the world. Han and Reuss approach the relationship between the material and the immaterial in different ways, but share a common concern with how modern life has transformed our relationship with the physical world and social contexts.

Place: Galleri NB, Viborg
Schedule : 29.04.-03.06.2023
NBeX project: Nana RHB: The Girl With Many Eyes
Main gallery: John Reuss: Reuss -23


Artworks of Nana RHB

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