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Besser Vertikal 05 is a black sculpture by Erik Andersen. The Material is Epoxy Resin.
BESSER VERTIKAL 05, 2021 I Photo: Studio Erik Andersen, Berlin
November 2021

WEST BUND ART & DESIGN FAIR 2021

11/11/21 - 14/11/21

West Bund Art Center

2555 Long Teng Avenue
Xuhui District
Shanghai

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www.cobragallery.cn
2021 Jeonnam International Sumuk Biennale, Title Image
SEPTEMBER 2021

BRILLIANT MONOCHROME

2021 JEONNAM INTERNATIONAL SUMUK BIENNALE

01/09/21 - 31/10/21

Sunset Museum

350, Surak-gil, Aphae-eup, Sinan-gun
South Korea

Brilliant Monochrome

It means ‘the most beautiful and perfect color’ as the ink
(SUMUK) contains five traditional Korean colors, i.e. blue, yellow, red, white, and black.

Curator: Seungmi Lee

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Besser Vertikal 03 is a black sculpture by Erik Andersen. Material: Epoxy Resin
BESSER VERTIKAL 03, 2021 I Photo: Studio Erik Andersen
SEPTEMBER 2021

WIEDERSEHEN

OPENING: 09.09.2021
09/09/21 - 04/12/21

Diskurs Berlin

Novalisstrasse 7
10115 Berlin

Erik Andersen, Inna Artemova, Birte Bosse, Jérôme Chazeix, Sandra Hauser, Gregor Hildebrandt, Bethan Hughes, Yukiko Jungesblut, Zinu Kim, Jeremy Knowles, Kodac Ko, Jay Lee, Jeewi Lee, Yiannis Pappas, Fabian Reetz, Thomas Rentmeister, Elinor Sahm, Laura Schawelka, Merani Schilcher, Lorina Speder, David Szauder, William Winter, Hana Yoo

Curated by Anna Ratcliffe | Peter Ungeheuer

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www.discursus.info
Installation View, Diskurs, Berlin. Solo Exhibition by Erik Andersen. Artwork: Besser Vertikal 02 / The Sculpture is presented hanging at the Gallery wall. It is made of black Epoxy Resin.
BESSER VERTIKAL 02 I Photo: Studio Erik Andersen
May 2021

CRUCIAL DECISIONS

Solo Exhibition at DISKURS, Berlin

13/05/21 - 26/05/21

Diskurs Berlin

Novalisstrasse 7
10115 Berlin

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www.discursus.info
The artwork "Handschlag" is a white glazed ceramic sculpture hanging on a steel rope. This is a black and white photo.
HANDSCHLAG, 2010 I Photo: Studio Erik Andersen I Galerie Valentien, Stuttgart
APRIL 2021

COME BACK STUTTGART

GROUP EXHIBITION AT GALERIE VALENTIEN, STUTTGART

15/04/21 - 12/06/21

Galerie Valentien

Gellertstraße 6
70184 Stuttgart

Erik Andersen, Wolfgang Flad, Vanessa Henn, Katharina Hinsberg, Judith Hopf, Mathias Hornung, Annette Kelm, Isabel Kerkermeier, Kathrin Landa, Hartmut Landauer, Miriam Lenk, Cesy Leonard, Matthias Megyeri, Jost Münster, Nadja Schöllhammer, Klaus Weber

gallerist: Imke Valentien
curated by Hergen Wöbken

Black Hole is a sculpture made of black epoxy resin hanging on a steel rope. Here it is an installation view outside.
BLACK HOLE, 2019 I Photo: Studio Erik Andersen, Berlin
DECEMBER 2020

WIEDERERWACHEN

Outdoor Group Exhibition

12/12/20 - 20/12/20

STATION Berlin

Luckenwalder Strasse
10963 Berlin

Erik Andersen, Jofroi Amaral, Lotta Bartoschewski, Olivia Berckemeyer, Per Christian Brown, Birte Bosse, Andreas Hachulla, Gregor Hildebrandt, Alicja Kwade, Miriam Lenk, Via Levandowski, Catherine Lorent, Marius Mathisrud, Toshihiko Mitsuya, Manfred Peckl, Luciana Penjak, Maik Schierloh, Susanne Schirdewahn, Sandra Schlipköter, Nadja Schöllhammer, Nina Schuiki, Miray Seramet, Caro Suerkemper, Zuzanna Zita Skiba, Tracey Snelling, Csilla Szabó, Lucy Teasdale, PhilipTopolovac, Peter Vink, Sador Weinsčlucker and Marian Wijnvoord

"Wiedererwachen" is curated and organized by Semra Sevin, Berlin.

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www.tagesspiegel.de
A sawblade made of black epoxy resin is cutting the wall from behind. The dust from cutting the wall is still on the floor. "Cut" is an artwork by Erik Andersen.
CUT, 2010 I Photo: Studio Erik Andersen
Oktober 2020

HINTEN LINKS

One selection by works of Ansammlung Peter Ungeheuer

OPENING: 10.10.2020 / 4 — 8 PM
10/10/20 - 14/11/20

Lage Egal

Greifswalder Str.34
10405 Berlin

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www.lage-egal.net
Portrait of sculptor Erik Andersen in his Studio in Berlin
Erik Andersen I Photo: Studio Erik Andersen
November 2019

CURATOR INTERVIEW

Erik Andersen in Conversation with Semra Sevin & Sarah Sieber / published by Dan Golden

Erik Andersen was born in Freiburg, Germany in 1977. He lives and works in Berlin. Andersen extensively uses materials such as epoxy resin and fiberglass. His sculptures, installations, and paintings often tread the line between two-dimensional and three-dimensional space. He merges recognizable elements of the human form with a semi-abstract, minimalistic visual language. Layered, tactile surfaces play on physicality and movement, while prompting interaction with the viewer. Andersen’s work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in Germany, Europe, and the US. Andersen currently shows at Diskurs Berlin as well as in the show Chimera at Kunstquartier Bethanien in Berlin, Germany

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www.curator.site
Teresa is a black abstract sculpture made of epoxy resin by Erik Andersen.
TERESA, 2018 I Photo: Studio Erik Andersen, Berlin
Oktober 2019

CHIMERA

Group Exhibition at Kunstquartier Bethanien - Projektraum, Berlin

OPENING: 03.10.2019 / 7 PM
4/10/19 - 13/10/19

Kunstraum Kreuzberg / Bethanien

Mariannenplatz 2
10997 Berlin

"Chimera" is curated and organized by Semra Sevin, Berlin.

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OKTOBER 2019

ARTIST TALK @ DISKURS, BERLIN

Erik Andersen & Amit Goffer in Conversation with Jung Me Chai

18.10.2019 / 6 - 7 PM

Diskurs Berlin

Novalisstrasse 7
10115 Berlin

Link to external
www.discursus.info
Invitation card for the exhibition "God's Biometric Data" by Erik Andersen and Amit Goffer at Diskurs, Berlin
AUGUST 2019

GOD'S BIOMETRIC DATA

Duo Exhibition by Erik Andersen / Amit Goffer at Diskurs, Berlin

OPENING: 03.10.2019 / 7 PM
22/08/19 - 19/10/19

Diskurs Berlin

Novalisstrasse 7
10115 Berlin

Link to external
www.discurs.info
Kabeltrommel is a sculpture made of black epoxy resin. The detail photo of Kabeltrommel is a documentation from the artists studio in Berlin.
KABELTROMMEL, 2010 I Photo: Studio Erik Andersen, Berlin
MARCH 2010

ERIK ANDERSEN

Solo Exhibition at Charim Ungar Contemporary, Berlin

OPENING: 19.03.2010 / 6 PM
20/03/10 - 23/04/10

Charim Ungar Contemporary, Berlin

Markgrafenstraße 68
10969 Berlin

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