Bystanders loudly criticized an unnamed woman who climbed onto the seaside landmark for a photo despite multiple posted warning signs.
Much of Kjartansson’s work combines dry humor with a sobering examination of power and violence.
Kirken works because modern galleries have quasi-religious qualities, with white walls and empty spaces creating an atmosphere for contemplation.
Beautiful Repair: Mending in Art and Fashion at Copenhagen Contemporary explores the aesthetics of mending through the lens of art and fashion.
A Copenhagen exhibition offers a rich view into the creative production and daily life in the Weimar Republic, with its glamour and its grotesquerie.
Down Иorth: North Atlantic Triennial and CHART suggest a model of regional exhibition-making that refutes the essentialism common in contemporary art.
Instead of apologizing, the artist mocked a Chinese student who protested the work.
According to the United Nation’s annual ranking, Denmark is the world’s second happiest country.
The artist has filed a lawsuit against the company for copyright infringement after the automaker used one of his works about the refugee crisis as a backdrop for its cars.
A group show at Kunsthal Charlottenborg imagines an unknown future full of sleek techno-chaos.
For more than a century, Edvard Eriksen’s bronze statue of “The Little Mermaid” has perched quietly on a waterside rock in Copenhagen, offending virtually no one.
As we creep up on the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall (November 9, 1989), some of the remains of the oppressive Ministry for State Security, aka the Stasi, remain as if in their own time capsule.