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Upcoming Exhibitions

9 Families, Gallery Roedhusgaarden, Jutland, Denmark

Solo Exhibition

July 6th – August 11, 2024, 11 am – 3 pm each day

Upcoming Exhibitions

Paper,Vestjyllands Kunstmuseum, DK, February 11 – May 28, 2023

Paper – a cross-cultural voice, Khasturbhai Lalbhai Museum, Ahmedabad, India, February  18 – March 18, 2023, curator and exhibitor

Under tiden, Gallery Helle Knudsen, Stockholm, November 19, 2022 – January 21, 2023

Paper – a cross-cultural voice, The Art Center, Silkeborg Bad, DK, October 1, 2022 – January 8, 2023, curator and exhibitor

Silent Transformations / The Unusuality of the Ordinary, Gallery Roedhusgaarden, Jutland, DK July 9 – August 14, 2022

Paper has a Memory, Birthe Laursen Art Agency, Gilleleje, DK, June 3 – July 23, 2022

Silent Transformations / The Unusuality of the Ordinary

Focus: the experience of exact moments – co-existence –


Internationale Papierkunst Triennale

Containers of Life and Death, exhibited at the International Paper Triennial at Stadtmuseum Deggendorf, Deggendorf, Germany.

Oct. 3, 2021 – Mar. 6, 2022


May 8 – June 20, 2021: Laboratorium, Gallery Carl Art 78, Eckernfoerde, Germany

July 11 – Sep. 5, 2021: Laboratorium, Dronninglund Art Center, Denmark

July 1 – Aug. 15, 2021: Origin & Destination, The Paper Academy, Gilleleje, Denmark

Sep.11. – Nov. 6: Galeri Beddington in Seillans, France

Day of the Dead – Celebration of Life

Exhibition Day of the Dead – celebration of Life in the Process Room at The Paper Academy.

Artists: Emilie Lundstroem,Azul Ehrenberg and Anne Vilsboell

Visits: after appointment Nov. 2020

Welcome to the Water Palace

Solo Exhibition

La Maison Sur La Sorgue

Oct. Nov.Dec. 2020


Solo Exhibition: ROUND LIFE at Gallery Roedhusgaarden, Roedhus/Blokhus, Jutland

from July 11th – August 11, 2020


Apr. 3 – May 17, 2020: Papirakademiet, Emilie Lundstroem og Anne Vilsboell, Kulturhavnen, Gilleleje, DK, postponed due to Covid 19

Apr. 26 – Oct. 4, 2020: The 10th International Paper Triennial, Musée de Charmey,Switzerland, postponed due to Covid 19, opening June 26th – through February 2021

May 13 – 17, 2020: 10 x 10, BOJAGI, Seoul, Korea, Dongduk Art Gallery, Group Exhibition, postponed due to Covid 19

July 11 – Aug. 11, 2020:  Round Life, Galleri Roedhusgaarden, Jutland, Denmark.

Aug. 21 – Oct. 21, 2020:  Welcome to the Water Palace, Galerie La Maison sur la Sorgue, Isle sur la Sorgue, France


April 3 – May 17, 2020 The Paper Academy will be presented at Kulturhavnen Gilleleje with the exhibition ” Papirakademiet”.

From May 2019 Anne Vilsbøll has begun construction of a paper academy in Denmark with focus on handmade paper as an artistic means of expression as well as aspects of paper belonging to history, geography, biology, ecology, cultural history and aesthetics.

9 Families

Throughout Anne Vilsbøll’s more than 4 decades of artistic practice, the processing of the basic substance in her works has been based on studies and experiments with the inherent characteristics of plant materials in solid and liquid form. From her large minimalist wall installations to her numerous commissions and to paintings, she has always created her deeply personal and honest surfaces with the fibers of nature.

She has questioned what a canvas is and can be by creating this from plant papers, which creates a unique haptic quality and a receptivity to light and pigments as a dynamic living interplay of signs and surfaces. As Anne Vilsbøll puts it: The sign and the surface are mutually dependent on each other. In the spring, she received the Statens Kunstfonds’ work grant for her continued research into biomaterials both in Denmark and abroad.

In the current exhibition 9 Families, family must be seen as a concept for cohesion – a thematic study of what basic elements make up a family. Is it the composition, the color or passing visual impressions that are expressed in the memory of the experience? That which is maintained in a sketch of reality, but has changed in the process, which has given the experience a different form with a renewed reality? The studies are endless. In an attempt to create order in the chaos of diverse processing of reality, the exhibition is built on the coherence of the questions mentioned above. What we immediately observe does not tell the whole story, because this also changes in the composition of the exhibited works.

Questions are thus asked about how the concept of family can be experienced in each work, which in the exhibited 9 Family is a mirror of all the other works in the grouped families.

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