A talented and pioneering conceptual artist, Alighiero Boetti was among Italy’s most influential artists

Alighiero Boetti

Anne-Marie is interested in exploring and challenging painting in various ways

Anne-Marie Pedersen

British artist Antony Gormley creates his fantastic sculptures out of a deep fascination with the human form.

Antony Gormley

Astrid Randrup works within the fields of sound art, performance, object and participatory art

Astrid Randrup

Keenly aware of unusual shapes and erratic energies, Bjørn Poulsen is a unique and inspiring Danish artist

Bjørn Poulsen

The extremely talented, New York-based sculptor Charles LeDray requires you to pull out your magnifying

Charles LeDray

The spellbinding works by Swiss artist and key ZERO member, Christian Megert, have a monochrome, angular feel

Christian Megert

Ghanaian artist El Anatsui has creates colourful and majestic works made out of recycled materials

El Anatsui

A moment that turns into art, a medium being stretched to snapping point:  such is the process of Emilio Prini

Emilio Prini

An artist of many talents, Eva Sten Christensen’s repertoire extends far and wide, making her practice unique

Eva Sten Christensen

Italian artist Gilberto Zorio ranks among those artists who have distinct aesthetic with his clear-cut themes

Gilberto Zorio 

Art is forever and works of art can be connected, a given work and a given idea can enter into eternal synergy

Giovanni Anselmo

Paolini’s art is the intrinsic connection between the present and the past, and thus by how they interact

Giulio Paolini

Giuseppe Penoni applies his astounding craftsmanship to reflect on the harmony between man and nature

Giuseppe Penone

Hannah Amalie Nielsen's artistic practice is built around a visual world created out of shapes and colours

Hannah Amalie Nielsen

Nature is all to Dutch artist, Herman de Vries, whose use of natural elements brings out the beauty of nature

Herman de Vries

Since finishing her Bachelor’s in Art & Architecture Ida Lundø has worked on several freelance projects

Ida Lundø

Jane Maria Petersen works with several media, including drawing, embroidery, sculpture, installation, etc.

Jane Maria Petersen

Live horses and discarded clothes: as disparate as they may seem, both are elements used in Kounellis' works.

Jannis Kounellis

Large or small, the graphic figures and imagery in the works of Jaume Plensa tell a story about humans

Jaume Plensa

Jette Mellgren's passion for nature goes hand in hand with her deep-seated care for humanity

Jette Mellgren

A sense of ambiguity, love hand in hand with melancholy: these are sentiments evoked by Joël Andrianomearisoa

Joël Andrianomearisoa

Julie Marie Mønsted takes an interdisciplinary approach to video, performance and installation art

Julie Marie Mønsted

An approach matching both contemporary Scandinavian art and Arte Povera, Bahri is truly a modern artist.

Kari Anne Helleberg Bahri

Korean artist Kimsooja creates her works as individual pieces, removed from identity and forced meaning.


At Socle du Monde, Munch will not exhibit his beautiful cast sculptures inside HEART but the building's façade

Klaus Munch

Kristian Touborg's paintings grow large, morphing into abstract sculptures rising quietly from walls and floor

Kristian Touborg

Lund's practice revolves around ceramics as a sculptural medium within a discourse rooted in crafts

Kristine Tillge Lund

Knudsen's works have an affinity with nature, lived life, existence, our belief in something bigger than us

Lene Abildgaard Knudsen

Inspired by artists like Piero Manzoni, it isn't surprising that Luciano Fabro’s works turned out remarkable

Luciano Fabro

The duo consisting of Mai Ane Pil Siedentopp and Morten Schmidt work on examining the relationship with nature


Karimizadeh creates a large range of remarkable works of art including hard and soft sculptures and paintings

Mahsa Karimizadeh

A keen interest in materials has always been the focal point of Malene Birkholm Marcher's practice

Malene Birkholm Marcher

When your imagination is as lively as that of Dutch sculptor Maria Roosen, virtually anything seems possible

Maria Roosen

Jakobsen's sculptural practice is a material exploration of the aspects and potentials of abstract sculpture

Marianne Skaarup Jakobsen

Plenty of colours and light: that is what you will find in the eye-catching works by Italian artist Mario Merz

Mario Merz

Artist, author and art critic Mathias Dyhr spans a particularly wide range of artistic modes of expression

Mathias Dyhr

Cutting across many media, Mette Borup Kristensen works with natural materials in many different forms

Mette Borup Kristensen

Hansen's installations often use an array knick-knacks kitsch and objects embedded with a sense of historicity

Michael Hansen

Italian abstract artist Michelangelo Pistoletto uses the mirror as a medium and reflections as imagery

Michelangelo Pistoletto

Social differences interweave when German artist Muriel Gallardo Weinstein creates her exuberant textile works

Muriel Gallardo Weinstein

Nature and questions of human relations are recurring sources of inspiration in Nina K Ekman's work

Nina K Ekman

Paul Gadegaard is especially known for his radical embellishments in the Angli shirt factory in Herning

Paul Gadegaard

Peter Birkholm works with schizophrenia and noise in his artwork, revolving around randomness and dissolution

Peter Birkholm

Playing with the elements – that's apt description of the art created by Italian sculptor Pier Paolo Calzolari

Pier Paolo Calzolari

Creator of the work that lent the Socle du Monde Biennale its name, Italian conceptual artist Piero Manzoni

Piero Manzoni

Brief, but tremendously intense – that was the life and artistic career of the young artist, Pino Pascali

Pino Pascali

Regitze Engelsborg Karlsen is preoccupied with our relationship with water, earth, stone and air.

Regitze Engelsborg Karlsen

Her projects include working with architecture, where she tries to question the space and culture around her

Sara Kier

Siri Viola is an interdisciplinary artist creating visual experiences to challenge the human entity

Siri Viola

Sophie Dupont uses her own body as a tool and starting point for existential studies of the human condition

Sophie Dupont

The Human Cannonball paintbrush technique will be realized at the Socle du Monde by this Danish artist

Søren Dahlgaard

Søren Hüttel works with light, sculpture and painting, combining them to form larger, colourful installations

Søren Hüttel

Søren Lose’s practice is conceptual and research-based, taking a starting point in cultural historical sources

Søren Lose

An artist with keen eye for humanity: an apt description of American installation artist Spencer Tunick

Spencer Tunick

An artist of many talents, Sven Dalsgaard was not only a skilled painter, but also a sculptor and poet

Sven Dalsgaard

Vibeke Nørgaard explores the potential for wonder in the field between identification and abstraction

Vibeke Nørgaard Rønsbo

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