Gregers Heering is a Danish photographer/visual artist who lives and works in Los Angeles.
M.F.A. from The American Film Institute, Los Angeles.
"MAJESTIC - 32 Days aboard the World’s Biggest Ship" with Danish author Kirsten Jacobsen
Published by Gyldendal, Denmark, April 2015
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
MAJESTIC @ In The Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
GRAVITY @ d’Angleterre, Copenhagen, Denmark
ELISE @ Gallery / Forum, Copenhagen, Denmark
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
'Xmas '18' @ Gallery Christoffer Egelund, Copenhagen
'Summer in the City' group exhibition @ Martin Asbæk Gallery, Copenhagen - http://www.martinasbaek.com
GREENLAND @ ‘Light over Lolland’, The Reventlow Museum, Denmark
GREENLAND @ The Soho House, Los Angeles
"This Year's top 10 Photo", PHOTO DISTRICT NEWS (PDN)
“Rare images of a ‘rock star’ mega-ship”, CNN
“Majestic”, PARIS PHOTO
“Photographer Gregers Heering Tells Us About Life on the Biggest Ship in the World”, THE NEW YORK OBSERVER
"Out at Sea", PHOTO DISTRICT NEWS (PDN)
“Dänischer Mega-Frachter: Majestät aus Stahl”, DER SPIEGEL
“Majestic”, F-STOP MAGAZINE
“På rejse med verdens største majestæt”, POLITIKEN 2014
“Majestic Mærsk– 32 døgn på verdens største skib”, BERLINGSKE TIDENDE
"Greenland", MODERN ART CATALOGUE, BRUUN-RASMUSSEN AUCTIONEERS
“Photographer Gregers Heering”, REBEL TIMES MAGAZINE (page 79)
“Gravity udstilling på d’Angleterre”, COVER MAGAZINE
“Far og Søn”, October, PLEASURE MAGAZINE
“LA’s Newest Nomadic Art Show”, FABRIK
“Danish Photographer Gregers Heering was the Top Seller at Gallery for the People’s Opening Night at Soho House March 6th”, YAHOO NEWS
Nicolai Fuglsig, Creativity Magazine
Heering was first exhibited with his Greenland series (2012). The series premiered as part of a group exhibition at the Soho House in Los Angeles which genrerated substantial interest. Since Greenland, Heering has expanded his Nordic body of work with the two experimental ballet series 'Beneath the Stage' and 'Gravity' featuring the Royal Danish Ballet (2009-2014), a study of the change of the Scandinavian idea of feminism and the ideal female body in 'Elise' and 'The Others' (2013), and finally the sea odyssey Majestic (2015) about 32 days in isolation aboard the biggest ship in the world published as a book in collaboration with the Danish writer Kirsten Jacobsen (Gyldendal Publishing House 2015).
The series all have their roots in Heering's native Denmark. Together, they offer the viewer a unique voyage and historical take on each of these isolated worlds yet with their own depicted sense of freedom and each with their contrasting masculine and feminine dominances.
Heering’s latest ongoing series 'I Am Here' (2016-) is an obsessive study of dreams, self appearance and diversity among people photographing people in front of the legendary Hollywood sign.
Heering has also recently explored the hidden energies of Yosemite National Park in his series 'Yosemite Souls' (2016) which combines and mirrors analogue negatives and positives, resulting in unexpected images of animal faces and rock formations coming to live out of seemingly nowhere.
Heering’s work is characterized by never being staged but rather has its initial foundation in a documentary approach concentrating on just being present as first witnessed in his straight up documentary Crime series.
In the studio, Heering works extensively with both digital and analogue experimental printing processes with the one aim of connecting with the very mystery and energy of what lies between, in other words, of what can’t be seen but surely can be felt.
It is this obsession behind this one raw emotion which fuels Heering's work.
Heering’s pieces have been exhibited in both group and solo shows around the world and has been featured in numerous publications, including CNN, Der Spiegel, Fabrik, New York Observer and several others.
For print inquiries and studio visits, please contact the studio (see above).