A/C.H. PRESENTS TODAY'S MOST COLLECTIBLE LIMITED EDITION ART CARPETS BY INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED & CELEBRATED EMERGING CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS
Established in 2020 with the mission to support artists the A/C.H. collaboration program (part of HENZEL STUDIO) serves as a curated platform for internationally recognized and top emerging contemporary artists to seamlessly translate their work through an alternate media.
A/C.H. was founded by Asa and Calle Henzel, owners of HENZEL STUDIO. Calle Henzel set up his first factory in 1999, transitioning his fine art approach into the age old craft of the weaver, reinventing rug making and bringing new approaches, materials and techniques to the industry. Together with Joakim Andreasson, curator for Henzel’s artist program, he has collaborated with over thirty international leading and influential artists and foundations, including Nan Goldin, Douglas Gordon, Carsten Höller, Jonathan Horowitz, Helmut Lang, Marilyn Minter, Tony Oursler, Jack Pierson, Richard Prince, Anselm Reyle, Juergen Teller, Mickalene Thomas, Lawrence Weiner, Andy Warhol & Tom of Finland.
Images: LINDA LINKO, Untitled (Grey / Drip Edit), 2021. Portrait Linda Linko by Juliana Harkko. KIRK MILLAR, Untitled (03) & (02), 2019 installation view Culture-Edit, Los Angeles. STUART SANDFORD, Sebastian, 2019 (in-situ). Portrait (video) Linda Linko by Juliana Harkko. LINDA LINKO, Drunk in love, 2020, Crayon on paper.
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- My work always depicts a narrative which revolves around a sensitive person trying to make sense of the world around them.
/ Kirk Millar
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OPEN EDITIONS: CALLE HENZEL / FOR THE ARTS
Henzel Studio is built on a foundation of strong relationships with world-renowned artists. To give back to the community, we created 'A/C.H.' a program developed primarily to support emerging artists (with completed notable solo shows and fair booths or similar important cultural actions). The program gives invited emerging artists the opportunity and flexibility to experiment within a new discipline, to collaborate in unexpected ways and connect with the public in new channels. We financially support this by proceeds from the collections stated below, designed by Calle Henzel.
Image: CALLE HENZEL, Cilento Stella (304) (in-situ), 2020