2100 Copenhagen Ø
Rich in traditions, Grønningen is one of Denmark’s largest artist cooperatives, and has always presented great names. Grønningen mixes generations, media and styles without any defined aesthetics or ideology, but rather with a shared artistic view based on the belief that art and individual expression will remain ever relevant. Grønningen, which was founded by a breakaway group from Den Frie Udstilling, has exhibited in many different locations throughout the past hundred years, but with a base at Charlottenborg for many of those years.
Allan Otte, Anette Harboe Flensburg, Anita Jørgensen, Arne Haugen Sørensen, Astrid Kruse Jensen, Bjørn Poulsen, Erik A. Frandsen, Eske Kath, Eva Koch, Eva Steen Christensen, Hans Pauli-Olsen, Hjørdis Haack, Ib Monrad-Hansen, Jette Thyssen, Jørgen Haugen Sørensen, Karin Lorentzen, Kaspar Bonnén (gæst), Katja Bjørn (gæst), Kehnet Nielsen (gæst), Kirsten Justesen, Kristofer Hultenberg, Leonard Forslund, Lise Malinovsky, Mads Gamdrup, Malene Landgreen, Merete Barker, Michael Mørk, Mie Mørkeberg – gæst, Morten Buch, Nicolai Howalt, Ole Sporring, Peter Bonnén, Peter Brandes, Poul Agger, Poul Janus Ipsen, Ronald Burns, Ruth Campau, Seppo Mattinen, Stig Brøgger, Søren Martinsen, Tina Maria Nielsen, Trine Søndergaard, Viera Collaro.