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ICP, New York
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If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
I am...
Born Dublin, Ireland - currently living in Copenhagen, Denmark
Working as freelance photographer and part-time print and web media consultant for non profit Copenhagen photographic gallery and publishing house. see website at Fotografisk Center
Artists I like
not in any order - Galvin-Harrison, Sean Scully, Gerhardt Richter, Mathew Barney, London School, Jeffrey Silverthorne, Richard Avedon, Sally Mann, Francesca Woodman, William Klein, Diane Arbus, Robert Frank, Bill Viola, Saul Leiter, Burk Uzzle, Eugene Smith, Robert Adams, Lewis Koch, Gene Richards, David Lynch and a host of others too numerous to mention
I am interested in this planet and its inhabitants and I am concerned with what we are doing to our environment and how modern living and the effects of globalization are making it extremely difficult for individuals to eek out a sustainable existence.
What exhibitions are good at the moment?
My Favoutite Things 2008
at Fotografisk Center, Copenhagen
Monica Bonvicini (Italy)
Douglas Davis (USA)
Erik A. Frandsen (Denmark)
Rodney Graham (Canada)
Thyra Hilden (Denmark)
Roni Horn (USA)
Aino Kannisto (Finland)
Allan Kaprow (USA)
Andreas Müller-Pohle (Germany)
Yoko Ono (Japan/USA)
Tony Oursler (USA)
Maja Ratkje (Norway/USA)
Thomas Ruff (Germany)
Cindy Sherman (USA)
Rosemarie Trockel (Germany)
Ebbe Stub Wittrup (Denmark)
read more at Fotografisk Center
16/8 - 28/09
Centre of the artworld:
New York, London, Berlin, online

Limbo (book project)

The following images are from a work in progress, Limbo, that hopefully will be published this year, 2008.

Selected Exhibitions:
2008 Aspects of Danish Photography, Esbjerg, Denmark
2007 The Animal Show, Galleri Hornbæk, Denmark
2007 Aspekte Dänischer Fotografie, Felles Hus, Nordische Botschaften, Berlin, Germany
2006 Singular Images, Galleri Hornbaek, Denmark
2005 American Spaces, Galleri Hornbaek, Denmark
2000 Selected Irish Work, Bloomsday, Copenhagen, Denmark
1997 Bloomsday, Copenhagen, Denmark
1993 Lidell Gallery, New York
1993 Geoghegan Gallery, Galway, Ireland
1991 Planket, Copenhagen, Denmark
1991 American Embassy, Copenhagen, Denmark
1991 KVK Art Collection, Køge, Denmark
1990 Random Images, Café Blomsten, Copenhagen, Denmark
2008, Aspects of Danish Photography, Lars Schwander, Photogallery and Esbjerg Public Library, Denmark. ISBN:978-87-987444-3-6
1999, Macker, Schlampe, Heuchlerbande, Die Tageszeitung, Berlin, Germany ISBN: 3-499-60786-7
1993, Photography Year Book, Fountain Press Limited, London, England. ISBN: 0-86343-301-4
1991, Eskild’s Plankeværk, Foto under Åben Himmel, Medieværksted, Copenhagen, Denmark.
ISBN: 87-89185-45-5
2002 - 2004 Multimedia Design, Copenhagen Business Academy, Denmark
1992 - 1993 Diploma in Photojournalism, ICP, International Center of Photography, New York
2007, Travel stipendium, Ophavretsfonden, Danish Union of Journalists, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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At 18:27 on February 2, 2009, Marty McCutcheon said…
Hey, Kevin,
I hope this finds you healthy and happy.

Thanks for contributing to the self-portrait group. When was that window portrait taken? I love that two of the light-dots are in the eye-spots. There's a lot going on in there, I hope to see a print one day.
What's up with RENEGADE? I have some new short videos, and some more in the oven. I'll look out for good Bay Area locations.

Warm wishes from sunny NoCal
At 16:39 on September 5, 2008, kika nicolela said…
love your photos!
At 5:57 on August 25, 2008, alison williams said…
OMG Limbo looks so cool - do we get to buy copies when it is published yes??? let know - i reckon you will get much support on here - regards alison
At 13:41 on July 24, 2008, Ermiyas Mekonnen said…
Thanks for your comment; I'm afraid I'm Ethiopian born British. I get that a lot of time that people assume I'm from Scandinavia.
I like your documentary style photography especially the black and white are striking.
At 21:52 on July 22, 2008, Mads Ljungdahl said…
Did you see my Decorated Children Show at Gallery Hornbæk?
I will upload images from this and a few new ones from this series, later on. It's actually interesting bit by bit to add toand remove/change images on this site. For me it's much better than trying to keep my own site updated [haven't been very good at that]
Best, M
At 16:00 on July 22, 2008, Kevin Broadbery said…
thanks mads
liking what i see on your profile, any news otherwise?
At 15:55 on July 22, 2008, Mads Ljungdahl said…
Hi Kevin
Yes - now I joined this artreview thing too! Just accepted your invite, so were online friends now.
[i like the limbo images - best of luck with the publishing business]
At 17:49 on July 21, 2008, Rosemary Pierce-Lackey said…
Hi Kevin! I am new to artreview - just started posting some of my work. I noticed that you also mention Sean Scully as a favorite artist.
I did a series called "Lines and Angles" that was very much inspired by his wonderful use of stripes and layers. You can view a few of those pieces under my "assemblage" album. Wondering what you think. I am very open to input.
At 22:12 on July 19, 2008, Marty McCutcheon said…
Great to see you, as always, Kevin- typically too brief. Please come to NoCal- I'll do my best to make you my neighbor.
Love and fond regards, my best to the boys.
At 10:20 on July 18, 2008, Anna Jaros said…
Hello, thank you for adding me! Love your profile.


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