An exhibition featuring:

E.B Itso, Barry McGee, Todd Hido, Ed Templeton, Ari Marcopoulos, Matthew Stone, Felix Werbowy, Thomas Campbell, David Potes, Cheryl Dunn, Marten Lange, Anatole Hocek, Harry Gould Harvey, Adam Jeppesen, Andrea Sonnenberg, Sara Naim, Frankie Nazardo, Adam Kremer, Van Robinson, Jesper Just, Joe Leavenworth, Martin de Thurah, Peter Funch, Michael Schmelling, Luke Barber Smith, Peter Sutherland, Daniel Arnold, Martin Kollar, Gregory Halpern,Tim Barber, Fryd Frydendahl, Melanie Schiff, Hunter Barnes, Magnus Vind, Josh Lazcano, Ray Potes & Atelier Pica Pica.

In early December 2013 we sent out the following invitation:

It's a great pleasure to invite you to take part in the exhibition Hindsight. Opening at V1 Gallery's project space ”The Depot” in conjunction with the opening of Asger Carlsen's Hester exhibition.

The concept is simple, we have invited a group of artists that we admire and respect to make an artwork in an edition of 1 + 1AP. The subject matter is open, we would like Hindsight to be a reflection of the individual artists position right now. The Danish based photo retouching company and print makers Werkstette will handle the production and printing. The work will be printed on Ilford Smooth Pearl. You just have to send the file to Werkstette. The maximum size of the print 24 x 30 cm - but the image can be smaller if you wish to have a border around your work.

A newspaper titled Hindsight will be printed with the works in full size and be available to the public free of charge. We sincerely hope that you wish to participate, we hope that Hindsight can be a fantastic document of our world as seen and experienced by a group of great and diverse minds.

The deadline for submitting your artwork is January 8, 2014. But we would appreciate to receive it before if possible.

Please let us know if you wish to participate or have any further questions.

Peter Funch, Mikkel Grønnebæk, Morten Svendsen & Jesper Elg

The exhibition Hindsight is the response to this invitation. It is a privilege to see the world through interested eyes. We hope it will be an annual tradition.