Astrid Kruse JensenAstrid Kruse Jensen (b. 1975) is a photography-based visual artist. She studied at The Gerrit Rietveld Academie in the Netherlands and The Glasgow School of Art. In her works Astrid Kruse Jensen explores the borderland between the apparent and the hidden, between the real and imaginary.
She has been nominated for several awards, and in 2008 received The Niels Wessel Bagge's Foundation for the Arts Award. She is a regular recipient of grants from The Danish Arts foundation.
Astrid Kruse Jensen has had solo exhibition in Denmark, France, Germany, Holland, India and several group exhibitions in Europe, Usa, Canda, Russia and China. Astrid Kruse Jensen's works are in several private and public collection, including George Eastma House, ARoS Aarhus Art Museum, The National Photography Museum, Denmark, Museet for Fotokunst, Manchester City Gallery, Vestsjællands Kunstmuseum, Artotheque de Caen, The John Kobal Foundation and The Danish Arts Foundation.
Astrid Kruse Jensen received the Anne Marie Telmányi's honors award for female artists in March 2017.
Interview for Louisiana Channel
Interview for Magasinet Kunst
Nominated for Deutsche Börse Preis 2014