ane Henriksen

25ah Human, Ane Heriksen, Linen (from Japan) warp, Silk (from China) weft, 80.5" x 57", 2010, $11,000

Ane Henriksen





ane Henriksen sculpture

24ah Black & Blue
Ane Henriksen, silk warp, linen weft, weaving, 94.5" x 72.75"; 246.5cm x 185.5cm, 2003, $25,600



ane Henriksen sculpture

22ah Flexible 5, Ane Henriksen, warp:wool-weft: marble patterend plastic-laminate, bast & rubber, 5" x 6" x 5", 2002, $1,050



ane Henriksen

23ah Screen Playing, Ane Henriksen, warp: flax-weft: Chinese silk and acrylic painted synthetic rubber, 55" x 110", 2001, $10,500



ane Henriksen weaving

20ah UNTITLED I
Ane Henriksen, linen, silk, synthetic rubber
10.75" x 11.5", 2002
$1,050

ane Henriksen small weaving

21ah Untitled II
Ane Henriksen, linen, silk, synthetic rubber
10.75" x 11.5", 2002
$1,050



Ane Henriksen


8ah Set Going, Ane Henriksen, wool, silk, flax laminated sheets, 7.87’ x 19.68’, 2.4 x 6m, 1990’s, $28,000, plus shipping

Selected collections and exhibition venues:
Museum for Applied Art, Copenhagen, Denmark (4th Nordic Textile Triennial); Musée des Arts Decoratifs, Paris, France; Lane Municipal Gallery, Erfurt, Germany (Configura, Art in Europe); Nagoya, Japan (In Our Hands); Kyoto, Japan (3rd International Textile Competition); Riga, Lithuania (Sculpture Quadrennial); Textile Museum, Tilburg, the Netherlands (Flexible 1); Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pennsylvania; Tournai, Belgium (3rd International Textile Triennial); Central Museum of Textiles, Lodz, Poland (8th International Triennial of Tapestry); Museum of Art, Sao Paulo, Brazil; National Museum of Scotland; Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary; Chieri, Italy (Fiber Art Biennial); Bellevue Art Museum, Washington (American Tapestry Biennial 6):, Konsthallen Art Museum, Luleå, Sweden; Museum Jean Lurcat d’Angers, France; Deutsches Textil Museum, Krefelt, Germany; (Artapestry1 & Artapestry2); Beijing, China, (5th International Fiber Art Biennale). Recipient: Outstanding Award, International Textile Fair, Kyoto, Japan; Award, Danish State Art Foundation.





Ane Henriksen Detail

Statement:
Ane Henriksen “possesses a very rare degree of insight into how to utilize and master her medium.” observes Bodil Busk Laursen, Director of the Museum in the exhibition catalog of the same name, Lady Sings the Blues: Ane Henriksen. “In her pieces, there is an internal coherence, where the choice of materials, technique, and structure constitutes a most significant aspect of the work’s ultimate expression.” Henriksen has been creating pictorial wall tapestries for 25 years. In doing so, the artist “…with sensitive seismographic precision, has caught hold of painful nodes in the world, in nature and in human existence. Through these pieces, she has managed to redeem experiences that nobody evades,” Laursen observes.