V1 Gallery is pleased to present 

Pacific Time Out
A duo exhibition by Frederik Nystrup-Larsen & Amanda Lydért

Please note the gallery is closed for holidays July 9 – July 31.

Pacific Time Out is a loaded visual timeline presenting wall hung works generated from a 3 months time out on the pacific coast. Just like travel memories the works vary in size and media. Mixing drawing, painting, poetry, photography and found objects.     

Frederik Nystrup-Larsen (born 1992, Denmark) lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark. He holds a MA from The Royal College of Art, sculpture department, London. His MA Degree project, The Private Collection, was presented at Eighteen, Copenhagen, Denmark (2020). For the past three years, he has made several exhibitions and collaborative projects with the Danish artist Oliver SundqvistRecent solo, duo and group exhibitions include Soft Boxing IV, ALMA, Stockholm, Sweden (2023), Landscape is a Verb, with Amanda Lydért, Gallery Servando, Havana, Cuba (2023), Love Is Not Enough BOY, Eighteen, Copenhagen, Denmark (2021), Under/Over (East), Marta, New York, USA (2021), De Oro en su Núcleo, Pradiauto, Madrid, Spain (2021), and Zero, Side Gallery, Barcelona, Spain (2021). Recent solo exhibitions- and collaborative projects include 300kg Beauty Bath, Mindcraft Projects, a digital- and later physical presentation at V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark (2021), Off License Cash Only, a sculpture supermarket pop-up, Copenhagen, Denmark (2019), Kiki Beach Club, a sculptural seating series, CHART Art Fair, Copenhagen, Denmark (2019), How to Build a Blanket Fort in collaboration with Tuborg, Spacon & X and V1 Gallery, Roskilde Festival, Denmark (2019), and Soft Boxing, a luminous exhibition at Eighteen, Copenhagen, Denmark (2019.

Amanda Lydért (born 1994, Denmark) lives and works in Copenhagen. She graduated from Royal College of Art, London in 2022 with an MA in Fine Art, from the Critical Practice Department. Lydért is a conceptual artist interested specifically with epistemological investigation and manipulation (often personal). Her practice is influenced by an educational background in aesthetic theory and design culture - her way is poetic, always relying on the seduction of beauty, never neglecting the power of humour. She deals primarily with text, digital print, painting and sculptural installation.        

Recent exhibitions an publications include Landscape is a Verb, with Frederik Nystrup-Larsen, Gallery Servando, Havana, Cuba (2023), UTILITY MARK MY MIND, Degree show installation, Royal College of Art, London, UK (2022), Boy, It Is All We've Got contribution to solo exhibition: Love is Not enough BOY by Frederik Nystrup-Larsen, Eighteen, Copenhagen, Denmark (2021) and GLOSSY PAGES, HARD GLISTERING PEARLS, Book, published by Thoughts of Me Press, Copenhagen, Denmark. GLOSSY PAGES, HARD GLISTERING PEARLS, installation, Brigade Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark (2021).