Adam Jeppesen, Untitled 1260 p1 + p2, 2013, Photocopies, straight pins, acid-free paper, 142 x 114 cm each (diptych), AP2 from an edition of 3 plus 2 artist's proofs,
Adam Jeppesen, Untitled 1260 p1 + p2, 2013, Photocopies, straight pins, acid-free paper, 142 x 114 cm each (diptych), AP2 from an edition of 3 plus 2 artist's proofs, 
Adam Jeppesen, Untitled 1310 p2, 2013, Photocopies, straight pins, acid-free paper, 97 x 78 cm, Edition of 5 plus 2 artist's proofs. Adam Jeppesen, CL Copaipo, 2015, Archival inkjet print on folded rice paper, 87 x 109 cm, Edition of 5 plus 2 artist's proofs. Adam Jeppesen, US Pacific Ocean, 2015, Archival inkjet print on folded rice paper, 88 x 109 cm, Edition of 5 plus 2 artist's proofs. Adam Jeppesen, Work no. 128, 2018, Cyanotype on linen, 126.5 x 82.5 cm, Unique.
 
Adam Jeppesen, Work no. 16, 2017, Cyanotype on linen, 37.5 x 29 cm, Unique.  Adam Jeppesen, Work no. 16, 2017, Cyanotype on linen, 37.5 x 29 cm, Unique.   Adam Jeppesen, Work no 148 (T), 2019, Mixed media sculpture (Cyanotype on silk, natural fibre string, mineral oil, stainless steel and security glass), 40.5 x 30.2 x 25 cm, Unique.  Adam Jeppesen, Work no 149 (T), 2019, Mixed media sculpture (Cyanotype on silk, natural fibre string, mineral oil, stainless steel and security glass), 38.5 x 28 x 28 cm, Unique. Adam Jeppesen, Work no 150 (T), 2019, Mixed media sculpture (Cyanotype on silk, natural fibre string, mineral oil, stainless steel and security glass), 40.5 x 30.2 x 25 cm, Unique. 

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Black Box Projects presents a solo exhibition by Danish contemporary artist Adam Jeppesen. Jeppesen's works are the result of a solitary 487-day journey from the North Pole to Antarctica. The images from this journey are of remote, rugged landscapes which are suffused with a sense of tranquillity, reflection and contemplation. Jeppesen's work is a search for spirituality, which is found in seclusion, but it also addresses the materiality and transience of the photograph as an object.