Rolighedsvej 9, DK – 1958 Frederiksberg
Introduction with Johannes Sivertsen
A bit about OK Corral (from their website)
After three successful years at Carlsberg-byen, Ok Corral has relocated to a large backyard basement on Rolighedsvej 9 in Frederiksberg. In addition to changing the address, Ok Corral also has new members.
OK Corrals aim is to give young curators and artists room for experimentation and the opportunity and space to present solo- and group- exhibitions of high artistic quality.
Wednesday – Saturday from. 13 – 17
Only open during exhibition periods.
A bit about OK Corral (from my notes)
OK Corral was an artists run gallery and studio space. They received funding from the Danish Art Foundation which helps them to pay people to do their website etc. They have open calls for shows, the artists in the gallery spaces don’t tend to exhibit there and try to help a younger generation of artists as they feel the need to pass the help on. They mostly have solo shows. They hired a manager for the space, Louisa who is an Art Historian. Louisa curates the show, they go through applications together thought. There is no commercial interest for them. They have 1 show per calendar month. They are a group of 7 artists. It’s easy to start an artist runs pace but it’s harder to keep it going.