Beautiful Repair: Mending in Art and Fashion at Copenhagen Contemporary explores the aesthetics of mending through the lens of art and fashion.
Metal Detector Hobbyists Get a Museum Show in Denmark
The Hunt for Denmark’s Past at the National Museum of Denmark gathers some of amateurs’ and hobbyists’ most remarkable finds.
The Cold Gaze and the Myth of Objectivity
A Copenhagen exhibition offers a rich view into the creative production and daily life in the Weimar Republic, with its glamour and its grotesquerie.
Danish Artist’s Racist “Covid China” Artwork Draws Outrage
Instead of apologizing, the artist mocked a Chinese student who protested the work.
Omicron’s Rapid Spread Shuts Down Museums Across Europe
Art institutions in London, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, and elsewhere are impacted by the new wave of closures.
How a Documentary Used Animation to Protect the Identity of Its Main Character
Afghan refugee Amin didn’t feel comfortable telling director Jonas Poher Rasmussen his story without a way to conceal his identity. Rasmussen explains the process to Hyperallergic.
Four Teachers Decide to Just Be Drunk All the Time
The Danish dramedy film Another Round is a dark but very funny movie about alcoholism.
The Happiness Museum Shares Denmark’s Well-being Secrets
According to the United Nation’s annual ranking, Denmark is the world’s second happiest country.
Danish Court Stops Watchmakers From Cutting Up An Artist’s Work to Create Timepieces
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.
Pipilotti Rist Brings Out the Weirdness of Being Human
“I was a wild girl,” Rist has said of herself as a child, and her radiantly colorful videos honor this rebellious spirit.
Courtroom Sketches from Ai Weiwei’s Legal Battle Against Volkswagen
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 Tiny Danish Town Will Get Western Europe’s Biggest Skyscraper
The planned project will rise 1,049 feet tall in a rural town of just 7,000 people.