Alles hat ein Ende nur die Wurst hat zwei is the theme of Daniel van der Noon’s upcoming exhibtion Late Summer . Sensommer Exhibition . Udstilling. It’s the end of an era at 278 Grønttorvet for him, which of course ends with a big bang—van der Noon style—featuring a series of newly framed works that combine and collide lines that he has found and developed from around the world.

Developed within the studio walls of Grønttorvet during the past year, as well as on locations abroad: the drawings are open engagements with the act of visually representing experience, memory and reality through lines, composition and shape. But that’s just a minor detail. Alongside the 40 newly framed works, the studio will be transformed through colour, light, and Campari into a summer that we wish we had tasted a little more of earlier this year—ha!

With the current studio location being knocked down November 1st this will be the penultimate chance to ENJOY the space together (Daniel will also throw a farewell to the studio Halloween Party once the studio is empty the following Friday, that you’re also more than welcome to come to!).

A few highlights of the night:

Daniel Degn will be running a donate-what-you-want cocktail bar for recommended charity Sightsavers that focuses on preventing avoidable blindness and supporting people with impaired vision. Further surprises will be added as the date draws closer.

Copenhagen-based proud curators of colour Sindroms will be presenting their recently released 1st issue of Sindroms Magazine and their angle of night vision. Issues of the magazine will also be available at the exhibition.

+ other surprises throughout the vernissage.

All works will be framed and will be available for purchase. Pets and children of course welcome (no lobsters).

Ferniseing Friday 20/10 kl 17.00-00.00 // Also open: Saturday 21/10 15.00-19.00, 23/10-25/10 kl 11.00-19.00
(or by appointment) at Grønttorvet 278, 2500 Valby