Home works is the title of the internationally renowned artist Joakim Eskildsen’s years long and comprehensive project, which he began in 2005 and is still currently working on today. The exhibition Joakim Eskildsen: Home Works is the first major presentation of Home Works in Denmark and internationally.
Eskildsen works in the crossfield between art and documentary with a unique sense for light, color and composition, which often evokes a picturesque mood in his work, and which has made his artistic practice known internationally. He has often depicted people and their living conditions which he has come to know through longer stays and travels to Cuba, USA and a large number of countries in Europe. For seven years, Eskildsen and author Cia Rinne traveled around the world and portrayed the living conditions and culture of the Roma, which became the extensive work The Roma Journeys (2000-2006), that intimately and poetically depicts the largest minority in Europe.
Friday 2 June at 17-19
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