NEXT EXHIBITION COPENHAGEN 2017
GALLERI BREDGADE 22
25. OCTOBER - 7. NOVEMBER 2017
Sted: Soloexhibition at Galleri Bredgade 22 Copenhagen.
- Contact Christina Julsgaard for an appointment to come and se the paintings earlier:
T: 51640048 // M: firstname.lastname@example.org
PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS
KUNST FOR ALLE ARTFAIR AARHUS DENMARK 2017
HANSEART ARTFAIR - GERMANY MARCH 2015
HANSEART ART FAIR
13. - 15. March 2015
Friday // 19.00 - 21.00 / Sat-Sun // 11.00 - 18.00
Open exhibition // entrence fee 5 EURO
FÆNGSLET ART FAIR - MARCH 2015
FÆNGSLET ART FAIR
7. - 8. March 2015
Saturday // 10.00 - 16.00
Sunday // 10.00 - 16.00
Open // entrence fee 50 kr. // children free
FROM ART & DESIGN FOR CHARITY 2015
" Artist Christina Julsgaard will visit BoConcept Ishøj and re- design the iconic Imola chair designed by Henrik Pedersen.
Join and discover how creativity, design and art can help to support a good cause.
During the day snacks will be served for all visitors.
Monday, January 26 the imola chair will be put on auction at Lauritz.com and sold to the highest bidder.
The whole amount of the re-designed Imola chair, will be donated to the Children's Cancer Foundation.
Saturday, January 24 at 12:00
BoConcept Ishøj .
Art Gallery Dencker + Schneider soloshow // Berlin 2014
Noeli Gallery Solo show // Shanghai, China 2013
Pop up gallery Solo show // Copenhagen 2013
Galleri Oxholm Joined exhibition // Copenhagen 2012
Elephant Parade charity event // Copenhagen 2011
Charity event // Copenhagen 2011
In 2011 Christina Julsgaard was selected to decorate one of the elephant sculptures for Elephant Parade Copenhagen 2011.
A large art and culture event, which was held during the summer of 2011.
More than 100 Danish handpicked artists each decorated an elephant sculpture which were later exhibited in the streets of Copenhagen.
Christina Julsgaards elephant was on display in front of Copenhagen City Hall.
After the show, which lasted 3 months, All the elephants were sold at the Bruun Rasmussen art auctions. Profits from the sale of the sculptures went to The Asian Elephant Foundation, which works for the Asian elephants survival.