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BERG Contemporary at CHART Art Fair, August 31-September 2, 2018

BERG Contemporary will be presenting works by Dieter Roth and Björn Roth at this year’s edition of CHART Art Fair in Copenhagen. The works presented include prints from Dieter Roth (1930-1998) spanning more than two decades of his artistic career and recent paintings in oil and watercolour by his son Björn Roth (b. 1961). CHART Art Fair is located in Kunstkal Charlottenborg and will be open from 4-8 pm August 31st, and from 12-6 pm September 1st and 2nd. You will find us in booth 11.

For any press related enquiries or for more information on the works exhibited, please contact gallery@bergcontemporary.is

For more information about the fair and how to get there, please visit the website of CHART Art Fair.


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