Bjørn Nørgaard Art

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Om bjørn Nørgaard     DK

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Bjørn Nørgaard

Personlig information

Født21. maj 1947 (74 år)
København ÆgtefælleLene Adler PetersenInformation med symbolet  hentes fra Wikidata. Kildehenvisninger foreligger sammesteds.

Bjørn Nørgaard (født 21. maj 1947 i København) er en dansk billedhuggergrafiker og performancekunstner. Han var elev på Eks-skolen. Han var 1985-1994 professor ved Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi og er medlem af Kulturkanonens udvalg for billedkunst.

Bjørn Nørgaard blev landskendt for en hesteslagtning (hesten hed Røde Fane) på en mark ved Kirke Hyllinge i Hornsherred. Hesteofringen var en protest mod Vietnamkrigen i forbindelse med den omstridte udstilling Tabernakel på Louisiana i 1970. skulle oprindelig have fundet sted i forbindelse med en gruppeudstilling på kunstmuseet Louisiana (i parkanlægget), men Politiet nedlagde forbud med henvisning til veterinærlovgivningens hygiejne-regler vedr. "hjemmeslagtning". Filmen Hesteofring blev lavet over hesteslagtningen eller ofringen.

Bjørn Nørgaard har udført 17 gobeliner om Danmarks historie ophængt 1990 på Christiansborg. Gobelinerne var Dansk Industris gave til Margrethe 2. i anledning af hendes 50 års fødselsdag.

1980 modtog han Eckersberg Medaillen. I 1994 blev han Ridder af Dannebrog1999 modtog han Ingenio et arti og fik Den Kongelige Belønningsmedalje med krone og inskriptionen "1988 TAPETKOMPLOT 1999" for sit arbejde med gobelinerne.


Han er gift med kunstneren Lene Adler Petersen.

 

Værker[redigér | redigér wikikode]

 
Slattenpatten på Axeltorv i Næstved.
 
Fontæne på P Nørkjærs Plads i Hjørring

Litteratur
Henrik Juul Jensen: Bjørn Nørgaard – En billedhuggers verden, 2007, ISBN 978-87-567-7962-3

Noter
^ https://horsenskunstmuseum.dk/menneskemuren-1982/

Eksterne henvisninger

Bjørn Nørgaard ved skulpturen Menneskemuren (Horsens 2010)
Foto: Hreinn Gudlaugsson

Bjørn Nørgaard at the sculpture The Human Wall (Horsens 2010)

Photo: Hreinn Gudlaugsson

About Bjorn norgaard     UK

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Bjørn Nørgaard Bjorn-nørgaard. Personal Information Born May 21, 1947 (age 74) Copenhagen Edit on Wikidata Spouse Lene Adler Petersen Information with the symbol Image of pencil is retrieved from Wikidata. Source references are available at the same place. Wikidata logo S.svg [edit on Wikidata] Edit on Wikidata Bjørn Nørgaard (born 21 May 1947 in Copenhagen) is a Danish sculptor, graphic artist and performance artist. He was a student at the Ex-school. He was a professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts from 1985 to 1994 and is a member of Kulturkanonen's committee for visual arts. Bjørn Nørgaard became nationally known for a horse slaughter (the horse was called Røde Fane) in a field by Kirke Hyllinge in Hornsherred. The horse sacrifice was a protest against the Vietnam War in connection with the controversial exhibition Tabernacle in Louisiana in 1970. was originally supposed to take place in connection with a group exhibition at the Louisiana Museum of Art (in the park), but the police banned it with reference to veterinary hygiene rules. "home slaughter". The film Horse Sacrifice was made over the horse slaughter or sacrifice. Bjørn Nørgaard has made 17 tapestries about the history of Denmark hung in 1990 at Christiansborg. The tapestries were Dansk Industri's gift to Margrethe II on the occasion of her 50th birthday. In 1980 he received the Eckersberg Medal. In 1994 he became a Knight of Dannebrog, in 1999 he received Ingenio et arti and received the Royal Reward Medal with crown and the inscription "1988 WALLPAPER PLOT 1999" for his work with the tapestries.

 

He is married to the artist Lene Adler Petersen.

 

Table of Contents 1 Works 2 Literature 3 Notes 4 External references Works Slattenpatten on Axeltorv in Næstved. Fountain at P Nørkjærs Plads in Hjørring Horse Sacrifice 1970 The Human Wall, v. Horsens Art Museum, Horsens 1982 [1] Angel Gate 1985 Allegorical figures and the plaster wall 1985 Thor's Tower 1986 Fontæne, P. Nørkjærs Plads v. Vendsyssel Kunstmuseum, Hjørring [2] Amagertorv, Copenhagen 1993 Chapel to the present, city gate in Randers 1994 The Twelve Ascension Ladders 1998 Queen Margrethe's Gobeliner 1990-1999 The genetically modified Paradise 2000 Hans Tausen Monument, Viborg 2005 The Shadow, The Travel Companion, The Improviser - a three-part portrait of H.C. Andersen, 2005, Odense Altarpiece and glass mosaics in Christianskirken. Published December 30, 2007. Slattenpatten, bronze sculpture on granite plinth in water-filled basin, located on Axeltorv in Næstved 2010 Literature Henrik Juul Jensen: Bjørn Nørgaard - A Sculptor's World, 2007, ISBN 978-87-567-7962-3 Notes https://horsenskunstmuseum.dk/menneskemuren-1982/ http://vkm.dk/oplev-museet/p-noerkjaers-plads/ External references Commons-logo.svg Wikimedia Commons has several files related to Bjørn Nørgaard www.bjoernnoergaard.dk - Bjørn Nørgaard's official website Bjørn Nørgaard on Kunstindeks Danmark / Weilbachs Kunstnerleksikon Bjørn Nørgaard's works in KØS - The Museum of Art in the Public Space - Database DNA = It All Inherited? | Kristeligt Dagblad

Hesteofringen af Bjørn Nørgaard     DK

Aktion, 30 Jan 1970

Ofringen skulle oprindeligt have fundet sted på Louisiana Museum of Modern Art i forbindelse med udstillingen Tabernakel, men museets ledelse afviser værket. I stedet udføres aktionen på en sneklædt mark i Kirke Hyllinge i samarbejde med landets daværende største dagblad, Ekstra Bladet. 

På skiltet til udstillingen på Louisiana Museum of Modern Art står der: "RØDE FANE, FREDERIKSBORG, HOPPE, 12 ÅR, POLITIMESTEREN I HELSINGØR OG JUSTITSMISTEREN HAR NEDLAGT FORBUD MOD AT DER UDSTILLES LEVENDE DYR PÅ LOUISIANA MUSEET. HESTEN ER DERFOR OPSTALDET PÅ STENBJERGGÅRD RIDESKOLE". 

Udstillinger
Tabernakel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, 1970, Bjørn Nørgaard. Remodelling the World, Statens Museum for Kunst, København, 2010, Horses, V1 Gallery & Eighteen, København, 2017

Sted

Kirke Hyllinge, Sjælland, Danmark

Udført sammen med

Henning Christiansen og Lene Adler Petersen

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The horse sacrifice  by Bjorn Norgaard   UK

Action, 30 Jan 1970 The sacrifice was originally supposed to have taken place at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in connection with the exhibition Tabernacle, but the museum's management rejects the work. Instead, the action is carried out on a snow-covered field in Kirke Hyllinge in collaboration with the country's largest daily newspaper, Ekstra Bladet. The sign for the exhibition at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art reads: "RØDE FANE, FREDERIKSBORG, HOPPE, 12 YEARS OLD, THE POLICE CHAMPION IN HELSINGØR AND THE JUSTICE MASTER HAVE PROHIBITED THE EXHIBITION OF LIVE ANIMALS ON LOUISI'S ON LOUISI. . Exhibitions Tabernacle, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, 1970, Bjørn Nørgaard. Remodeling the World, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen, 2010, Horses, V1 Gallery & Eighteen, Copenhagen, 2017 Location Church Hyllinge, Zealand, Denmark Done with Henning Christiansen and Lene Adler Petersen Exhibitions Horses, V1 Gallery & Eighteen, Copenhagen Logbook Denmark's biggest art scandal: When Bjørn Nørgaard sacrificed the horse Tulle The horse sacrifice - before and after. Bjørn Nørgaard in conversation with Birgitte Anderberg Invitation to celebrate the Horse Sacrifice and unveiling of stele Interview in Deadline on DR2 about the Horse Sacrifice Part of the series / preparation for Horse Sacrifice January 30, 1970 More info 50 years ago he parted a horse and put it in glass: 'It has achieved cow…

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Professor og billedhugger Bjørn Nørgaard (f. 1947)

 
Bor og arbejder i København, på Møn og i Berlin
Medlem af Eks-Skolen

Professor ved Det Kongelige Akademi for de Skønne Kunster, København. Nuværende professor på CNAA, China National Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing. Tidligere gæsteprofessor ved Trondheims kunstakademi, Norge; Oslo kunstakademi, Norge; Rijksakademiet i Amsterdam, Holland; Akademiet i Hertogenbosch, Holland.

 

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