Photo by Peter G. Christiansen

Here are some photos from yesterdays opening of High on Lowbrow at Galerie Wolfsen in Aalborg.
As I had to try to shed some of my shyness and actually talk to people – I unfortunately didn’t have a lot of opportunities to document the event. But luckily the gallery had a photographer on the scene who captured the entire event. I’ve taken the liberty of borrowing a few pics, to give you an impression of that wonderful day.

Photo by Peter G. Christiansen

A view from outside

Photo by Peter G. Christiansen

Photo by Peter G. Christiansen

Photo by Peter G. Christiansen


Notice the little red dot in the left corner? 😀

Photo by Peter G. Christiansen

Mmmmm….popcorn machine

Photo by Peter G. Christiansen

Art brings joy, beer and wine help too.

Photo by Peter G. Christiansen

Enthusiastic art-aficionado:-D

Photo by Peter G. Christiansen

The lovely Anja Altenburg Laursen

Photo by Peter G Christiansen


Photo by Peter G. Christiansen

Me

Photo by Peter G. Christensen

Photo by Peter G. Christiansen

German artist Thomas Behling posing with his piece
‘We love german weapons’


Closer look at before mentioned piece..

Photo by Peter G. Christiansen

Artist Hans Henrik Fischer


Painting by Hans Henrik Fischer

Photo by Peter G. Christiansen


Various awesome monsters by Danish artist and animator Tor Fruergaard


Yummy!


Two wonderful drawings by Jack Lind
‘Im right behind you’ and ‘Low Buoyancy’


Wooden sculpture carved from a single piece of wood
by Italien artist Leo Demetz

Lisa Black’s dark and beautiful creations – I love them!


Close-up


One more Lisa Black.


Hanging out with the Foxy Ladies


‘The Taste’ painting by Volcano


‘Maria Verkündigung’ Thomas Behling


Artwork by Klaus Gjørup


Artist Anja Altenburg Laursen (double)posing with her painting


‘Innocent when you dream’ by Anja Altenburg Laursen


‘China Doll’ by Anja Altenburg Laursen


Painting by Spanish artist Joseba Eskubi

That’s all for now folks – but I hope you get a chance to see this show in person. It’s a spectacular mix of different artists who share a love for the power of dreams and the charm of all things peculiar.

The exhibition will continue to the 24th of November, admission is free.