Christian Andersen  (1974) 

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Christian Andersen, Untitled (large dice)

 

Christian Andersen
Untitled (large dice)
2008

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Christian Andersen, Oerlikon

 

Christian Andersen
Oerlikon, 2009
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1974   Born
2002   Kiefer Hablitzel Scholarship, Schweiz
2002   Danish Art-Foundation Grant
2004   Scholarship of the canton of Zurich
  Lives in Zurich
2005   Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam (Solo)
2005   Ausstellungsraum 25, Zürich (Solo)
2005   Nieves Rocket Gallery, Tokyo
2004   “Rendez-vous“, Musée d’Art Contemporain, Lyon
2004   “Back to Nature“, Coalmine Gallery, Winterthur, with Karla k & T. Huber
2004   "Cement Ghosts“, Fabian & Claude Walter Galerie, Zürich (Solo)
2004   Upstream Gallery Amsterdam, with Anabel Elgar (Solo)
2003   “Lick the Wick“, Fabian & Claude Walter Galerie, Basel (Solo)
2003   “Lick the Wick-2.“, quicksilver Galerie für Gegenwartskunst, Berlin (Solo)
2003   “Landscapes”, with Andreas Dobler and Annelies Strba, Fabian & Claude Walter Galerie, Zürich
2002   “Neighbourhood“, Fabian & Claude Walter Galerie, Basel
2002   “Nice and Dirty, Part 1“, Glassbox, Paris (Solo)
2002   “Nice and Dirty, Part 2“, Haus Schwarzenberg, Berlin (Solo)
2001   “Explosions. With/without my friends“, Message Salon, Zürich (Solo)
2001   “ Explosions“, Waterstones Gallery, London (Solo)
2001   “Magnet / Erweiterung“, Glassbox Paris in Budapest
1999   “Suntic Installation“, Steinfelsareal, Zürich (Solo)
1998   “Magnet / Erweiterung“, International Design Award ‘98 (group exhibition) Hannover, Mailand, Tokio