The Danish dramedy film Another Round is a dark but very funny movie about alcoholism.
According to the United Nation’s annual ranking, Denmark is the world’s second happiest country.
The court issued an injunction against owners of the watch brand Kanske, who planned to slice up a painting by Danish artist Tal R and use the canvas pieces as decorative faces for a line of luxury wristwatches.
“I was a wild girl,” Rist has said of herself as a child, and her radiantly colorful videos honor this rebellious spirit.
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.
The planned project will rise 1,049 feet tall in a rural town of just 7,000 people.
Ai Weiwei has withdrawn his art from two museums in Denmark to protest a law passed yesterday by the Danish parliament viewed by many as an anti-immigration measure.
Some 2,000 ancient gold spirals were recently discovered in Denmark.
AARHUS, Denmark — Fifty-six site-specific sculptures now stand along the scenic coast of Aarhus, Denmark, brought together for the fourth edition of Sculpture by the Sea, the nation’s largest outdoor sculpture exhibition that occurs every two years.
CHICAGO — Before centuries of modernization and industry settled in, Gentofte, Denmark, was a simple farming town under the vision of a single lord with 42 serfs. Over the past 200 years, Gentofte has evolved into what is rightly considered a suburb. In the exhibition New Garden City, curator Aukje Lepoutre Ravn seeks to connect the agricultural history of Gentofte with its rapidly modernizing technology and vision.
If the stately looking Statens Museum for Kunst, or National Gallery of Denmark, has a fantastic (yet, small) early 20th C. French collection featuring a stunning Matisse room, it currently lacks few signs that contemporary art has an important role in its collection or mission. History stops abruptly in the middle part of last century and until the institution finishes off its contemporary wing that’s not likely to change. Though contemporary art visitors to the museum are left with little to see in the high temple of Danish art, fortunately all is not lost. Local artist FOS has been given the opportunity to wrestle with the difficult space that buffers the new and old buildings of the art museum.
Contemporary art visitors to the museum are left with little to see in the high temple of Danish art but fortunately all is not lost. Local artist FOS has been given the opportunity to wrestle with the difficult space that buffers the new and old buildings of the art museum.
I couldn’t imagine leaving Copenhagen without experiencing the classic Arne Jacobsen SAS Hotel that opened in 1960. One of the things that makes this structure so unique is that Jacobsen was commissioned by SAS, the Scandinavian airline, to design the world’s first designer hotel. While the notion of a “designer hotel” is commonplace nowadays, before Jacobsen’s acheivement, luxury was a term more frequently associated with more vintage elements, like lavishly patterned carpets, heavy curtains and 19th C. moldings.