Who we are:
Creator Projects is a Copenhagen-based art agency. We are a team of curators and creative people passionated about the potential of art to make a change in society and in the spaces of living. We value art as a vital catalyst for dialogues, debates, and dreams of our times. With this vision in mind, we conceptualise, curate and develop meaningful and innovative art exhibitions, public commissions, strategic plans for art institutions, festivals and other private organisations, in Denmark and abroad. Our commitment in supporting arts and create experiences for a broader audience includes running the publishing house Roulette Russe dedicated to art and artists’ books. Our work is based on extensive professionalism, longstanding practical experience and a comprehensive national and international network. Creator Projects is owned and operated by founder and director Simon Friese.
What we do:
- We work on commissions for both public entities (municipalities, institutions and organizations) and private enterprises.
- We curate exhibitions and public programs for art museums and kunsthalle in Denmark and abroad.
- We develop independent art projects like our mail art project M.M.S. (Much. More. Shit.).
- We publish art and artist’s books through our publishing house Roulette Russe.
- We provide art advisory to public and private entities.
Senior Art Consultant
Maibritt is responsible for commissions, art strategy, communication and consulting. With 20 years of experience in the art world, Maibritt has worked with consultancy and curating as well as teaching at art schools and universities, including Goldsmiths College, University of London.
Publisher & Project Manager
Andreas is responsible for coordination and production of the agency’s exhibitions and projects.
Andreas holds a BSC in History of Art, worked under the auction houses Christie’s and Bruun Rasmussen, has facilitated private art commissions and represented danish contemporary artists.
CURATOR & SENIOR ART CONSULTANT
Cecilia is responsible for exhibitions, commissions, development, and art strategies. Cecilia has a MA in economics and modern arts and culture. She has among others worked at Faurschou Foundation in Copenhagen and most recently worked for the Yinka Shonibare Foundation in London.