Tune Andersen


Since his debut at the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition in 1987, Tune Andersen has established his position as a photographically based visual artist,  examining what he himself calls "The Human Condition" - the clash between beauty, decay, anxiety, drive and death. 

Technically, Tune Andersen most often uses the black and white photography, which he processes with oil and acrylic paint, varnishes and even asphalt.
Since 2011, Tune Andersen, in parallel with his art photography work, has developed what can be described as "taxidermic sculptures": He preserves and stuffs smaller animals, birds and fish, and the rarities, which are usually composed of parts from different donors, are presented in a kinds of dioramas of glass, brass, rusty iron and wood.

Tune Andersen is a member of the Danish Artists' Society. His works are represented in significant collections in Denmark and abroad.

• The Danish Art Foundaition
• Biblioteque Nationale De France, Paris
• Rodin Museum, Paris
• The National Photo Museum, Copenhagen
• Museum of Photographic Art, Odense
• The portrait collection, Frederiksborg Castle Museum, Hillerød
• Skive Art Museum
• Vejle Art Museum