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Runo Lagomarsino, We have been called many names, 2017.
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Maria Kjaer Themsen

Nils Staerk is the latest commercial gallery to spring up amidst the coffee shops and organic wine bars in Nordvest, a district of Copenhagen that the local media are more likely to associate with violent crime and unemployment. A further reminder of the uncomfortable coexistence of two worlds stands directly... continue reading
View of Lea Porsager, “E(AR)THERIC SLIME ~ PRE-OP,” Nils Stærk, Copenhagen, 2016
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Milena Hoegsberg

Lea Porsager’s solo show at Nils Stærk pulls viewers into a universe “packed with astonishing unheard-of facts, helix patterns and fermionic seeds” through the eyes of #ET. In #ET (all works 2016), a text authored by the artist, Porsager’s extraterrestrial alter ego of sorts takes viewers at full speed through... continue reading
View of Runo Lagomarsino, “Against My Ruins,” Nils Stærk, Copenhagen, 2014.
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Sophie Goltz

“On a Critique of Spatial Reason” could be the subtitle of Runo Lagomarsino’s current exhibition “Against My Ruins” at Nils Stærk. Upon entering an old factory hall, the gallery appears quiet, and in an almost overwhelming way, the works are conceptually ordered. But after leaving the space, the spatial order... continue reading

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