Nicolai Howalt & Trine Søndergaard

Selected Works Thumbnail View
The Giant Hill (Kæmpehøjen), 2005 Chromogenic printThe Giant Hill (Kæmpehøjen), 2005 Chromogenic print

The Giant Hill (Kæmpehøjen), 2005

Chromogenic print

Wood no. 2, 2005 Digital C-printWood no. 2, 2005 Digital C-print

Wood no. 2, 2005
Digital C-print

Tyskervejssatten (The German Beat), 2005 Digital C-printTyskervejssatten (The German Beat), 2005 Digital C-print

Tyskervejssatten (The German Beat), 2005
Digital C-print

The Last Beat (Sidste såtten), 2006 Chromogenic printThe Last Beat (Sidste såtten), 2006 Chromogenic print

The Last Beat (Sidste såtten), 2006

Chromogenic print

Kromanns Remise 2, 2005 Chromogenic printKromanns Remise 2, 2005 Chromogenic print

Kromanns Remise 2, 2005

Chromogenic print

Raevebakken, Foxhill, 2005 Digital C-printRaevebakken, Foxhill, 2005 Digital C-print

Raevebakken, Foxhill, 2005

Digital C-print

Dying Birds #8, 2007-2009 PhotogravureDying Birds #8, 2007-2009 Photogravure

Dying Birds #8, 2007-2009

Photogravure

Tree #1, 2007 Chromogenic printTree #1, 2007 Chromogenic print

Tree #1, 2007

Chromogenic print

Forreste Kyllingemark, 2007 Chromogenic print, printed c. 2013Forreste Kyllingemark, 2007 Chromogenic print, printed c. 2013

Forreste Kyllingemark, 2007
Chromogenic print, printed c. 2013

Fyret no II, 2010 Digital c-printFyret no II, 2010 Digital c-print

Fyret no II, 2010
Digital c-print

Megafossil #3, 2012 Silkscreen printMegafossil #3, 2012 Silkscreen print

Megafossil #3, 2012

Silkscreen print

Other Works
How to HuntHow to Hunt
How to Hunt
Dying BirdsDying Birds
Dying Birds
Tree ZoneTree Zone
Tree Zone

Trine Søndergaard (b. 1972) graduated from Fatamorgana, The Danish School of Art Photography in 1996. In 2000 she received the Albert Renger Patzsch Award and has since then received numerous grants and fellowships, including a three-year working grant from The Danish Arts Foundation. She has exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Denmark and abroad. Søndergaard’s works are included in major public and private collections, among them: MUSAC Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y Leon, Spain; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, USA; The Hasselblad Foundation, Sweden; The Israel Museum, Jerusalem; and The Danish Arts Foundation, Denmark.


Nicolai Howalt (b.1970) was born in Copenhagen and graduated from Denmark’s Photographic Art School Fatamorgana in 1992.  He has exhibited at Statens Museum for Kunst, ARoS and Skagens Museum in Denmark.  He has received a series of grants from the Hasselblad Foundation, The Danish Ministry of Culture, The Danish Arts Foundation and The Danish Arts Council. Nicolai Howalt’s work is a part of numerous public collections, including The Israel Museum, Jerusalem; MUSAC, Spain, Maison Européenne de Photographie, France, The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, USA, Fondation Neuflize Vie, France, Hiscox Art Project, USA. And in Denmark, The National Museum of Photography, The Danish Arts Foundation, Skagen Museum, Nykredit and Museet for Fotokunst, Brandts.