Danish artist Cathrine Raben Davidsen shows a selection of handmade works at CHART design fair in Copenhagen. The fair showcases a crossover of art, design and architecture, hosting curated exhibitions, a public programme of talks, film screenings, concerts and performances. With a line-up comprising both established and emerging designers, the fair is split into two separate parts: one presenting work from the former and one from the latter.
For the 2019 fair Raben Davidsen offers up a bespoke wallpaper as well as a Japanese-inspired folding screen, created in collaboration with Mathias Mentze – an architect credited for refurbishing the Danish Prime Minister’s home. To accompany the presentation of these works, Raben Davidsen shows one-of-a-kind stoneware jugs, vessels and lamps. Up until now, these have not been seen.
You can view Raben Davidsen’s work at CHART design fair from 29 August to 1 September 2019. The fair’s main venues are Kunsthal Charlottenborg and Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art.