SIRI GINDESGAARD (1974)
In 2011, she chose to quit her work as a graphic designer and started working as a fulltime, self-employed artist. Already in 2010 she had her first collaboration with a Danish gallery, where her first solo exhibition got sold out and this was the first step into being a fulltime artist.
Since that day she has participated in several group and solo exhibitions.
Her artwork has been represented in several museums and galleries – both national and international. Her last group exhibition was in Miami during December 2015.
She has also participated at Art Copenhagen, Tappehallerne (Carlsberg Brewery, Cph.) and Art Herning, local Danish art fairs for an international audience.
Siri Gindesgaard was an artist in residence at ESKFF / Mana Contemporary in Jersey City this summer and has recently exhibited at Townley Gallery in California.
”My paintings are about mood and emotions. Its memories from the past just left behind, current feelings, or daily conditions that characterize my imagery. It’s women of all ages, with differens minds, that tell their stories. The paintings are often marked by a certain melancholy/vulnerability that resides in myself. In the creation process occurs a dialogue where the expression of my gure answers me in some kind of poetic recognition, strength and intimacy. Elements we all possess.