"I'm generally interested in photography as a medium ...."
Christian Klintholm
Christian Klintholm

When Christian Klintholm shows photography, it is the photograph as a media he is interested in. It's the history of photography, it’s  function and it’s place as art. As a communication with commercial and informative intentions, it typically enters into a specific framework, where it illuminates the world visually, from a certain perspective.

In the exhibition "Sunlight on a Broken Column", the artist, Christian Klintholm, examines the photograph, its forms, features and the everyday contexts it encompasses.

"I'm generally interested in photography as a medium, with all that it entails: Its history, its location in art, its function in everyday life (as communication carrier and power tool), how it interacts with the viewer and acts as a digital or physical object, how pictures add and get meaning, etc., etc., etc. " explains Klintholm.

How is the photo used? Where does it appear? How does it matter? These questions are central to Klintholm's practice, where the art of photography's habitual framework seems to burst, as it appears from new views.

Christian Klintholm (1990). Graduated from Fatamorgana, Copenhagen (2012) and BA in Art History. Co-founder of the showroom "The Toilet" and the newly opened showcase for art books Bladr, Copenhagen. Klintholm has exhibited at a large number of exhibition spaces and galleries, for example. Kvit Gallery, Copenhagen Photo Festival, Kunsthal Charlottenborg
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Untitled (80 Slides) (2018)
Varied length - 80 slides in Kodak carousel
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Untitled (Fruit) (2018)
Inkjet print on greyback, posters and wallpaper stickers
80 x 120 x 8 cm - 1.610 EUR
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Untitled (Fabric and thread) (2018)
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120 x 80 x 8 cm - 1.610 EUR
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Fight them back (2016)
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80 x 60 x 5 cm - 1.210 EUR
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Untitled (Sky) (2016)
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80 x 60 x 6 cm - 1.210 EUR
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Untitled (The Guardian) (2018)
Archival print, newspaper. White frame
50 x 40 cm - 645 EUR
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Untitled (Ebpone) (2018)
Archival print, newspaper. White frame
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Untitled (Le Monde) (2018)
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Untitled (the New York Times) (2018)
Archival print, newspaper. White frame
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Untitled (Die Welt) (2018)
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Untitled (Cracking) (2017)
Archival inkjet print
40 x 30 cm - 510 EUR
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Untitled (Container and numbers) (2017)
Archival inkjet print
40 x 30 cm - 510 EUR
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Untitled (Break-up) (2017)
Archival inkjet print
40 x 30 cm - 510 EUR
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Untitled (Firmament with light error) (2017)
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Untitled (Extended network) (2017)
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Christian Klintholm

When Christian Klintholm shows photography, it is the photograph as a media he is interested in. It's the history of photography, it’s  function and it’s place as art. As a communication with commercial and informative intentions, it typically enters into a specific framework, where it illuminates the world visually, from a certain perspective.

In the exhibition "Sunlight on a Broken Column", the artist, Christian Klintholm, examines the photograph, its forms, features and the everyday contexts it encompasses.

"I'm generally interested in photography as a medium, with all that it entails: Its history, its location in art, its function in everyday life (as communication carrier and power tool), how it interacts with the viewer and acts as a digital or physical object, how pictures add and get meaning, etc., etc., etc. " explains Klintholm.

How is the photo used? Where does it appear? How does it matter? These questions are central to Klintholm's practice, where the art of photography's habitual framework seems to burst, as it appears from new views.

Christian Klintholm (1990). Graduated from Fatamorgana, Copenhagen (2012) and BA in Art History. Co-founder of the showroom "The Toilet" and the newly opened showcase for art books Bladr, Copenhagen. Klintholm has exhibited at a large number of exhibition spaces and galleries, for example. Kvit Gallery, Copenhagen Photo Festival, Kunsthal Charlottenborg
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