Gether Contemporary

Sophus Gether

Kenneth Alme

Birk Bjørlo

Ruth Campau

Vinyl, terror & Horror

Camilla Smidt

Oskar Jönsson

Oskar Jakobsen

Amalie Jakobsen

Jay Gard

Luc Fuller

Luc Fuller



Sif Itona Westerberg

The House of Dionysus

21 August - 26 September 2020

Gether Contemporary have the great pleasure of announcing Sif Itona Westerberg’s debuting solo exhibition with the gallery “House of Dionysus” which will open Friday 21 August. The exhibition will also be part of this year’s Chart Art Fair, which due to the Corona virus, will take place de-centred in each participating gallery with a special program 28 - 30 August.


“House of Dionysus” will transform the gallery space into a scene of a procession in honour of the greek deity of wine and ecstacy, Dionysus.The cult of Dionysus has been known through wild parties and orgies to represent inhibition and loss of control, which in turn represents a potential for change, where one can become something more and other than oneself. Also the cult represents a deep and mystic connection with nature, something which the modern world has gone to great lengths to suppress, but now once more seems relevant in light of our current environmental and health crisis.


The exhibition will consist of a number of large stone reliefs meticulously carved out by hand arcing back to classical techniques but applied to contemporary industrial materials. The works, made out of aerated concrete pierced by industrial bolts to serve as methods of hanging, create a stark contrast to Itona Westerberg’s refined technique and the classical source material.


Through reworking classical imagery and morphing it with a multitude of different styles and perspectives Sif Itona Westerberg casts a light on the shadowy, subcultural and suppressed sides of humanity and our society, which in our modern rational world has been pushed aside or ignored.

Sif Itona Westerberg is a visual artist, working and living in Copenhagen. She holds a MFA from The Danish Royal Arts Academy. She works primarily within the field of sculpture, from where she examines new ecologies, relations and aesthetics within the anthropocene area.