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Kunsthal Charlottenborg Set in a stunning 17th-century baroque palace, Kunsthal Charlottenborg is Copenhagen’s largest space dedicated wholly to contemporary art. With a clear vision of promoting Denmark’s most promising and challenging creative minds, it is also a great spot to soak up the new and the unknown. Charlottenborg’s exhibitions frequently rotate to provide an ever-changing overview of Danish – and international – art.
Some of their most exciting projects have included the collaborative POST, a gallery-artist experience, where artists send in their works by post, with instructions on how to set them up, or Karl Holmqvist’s immersive Give Posters a Try, in which Charlottenborg’s halls were dominated by word- and letter-filled posters exploring the relationship between sign, space and viewer. Nyhavn 2, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 33 74 46 39 Garden at Charlottenborg | © Anders Sune Berg V1 Founded in 2002, V1 is primarily interested in the nuanced relationship between art and the society it exists within, and the complex discourse between aesthetics and politics.
As such, V1 is unafraid of taking risks: the first Scandinavian gallery to exhibit Banksy’s work, it has a distinctly underground, experimental vibe, and prides itself on discovering new talents. From Danish artist Kasper Sonne’s transformative geometric structures and their deeply ingrained sense of conceptual aesthetic, to the provocative Toot Toot Tootsie Goodbye, a group exhibition addressing the traces of Nazi ideology in contemporary society, V1 is the place to explore medium, form and message.
Flæsketorvet 69-71, Copenhagen V, Denmark, +45 33 31 03 21 Installation at V1 © Bao xia/Blogspot Christoffer Egelund Copenhagen’s vibrant Bregrade is home to a number of great galleries. Among them is Christoffer Egelund Galleri, an art space dedicated to experimenting with different kinds of media and showcasing Scandinavia’s most exciting new talents. Each new exhibition here is a stride forward towards a new means of expression.
This is the place where Theis Wendt set up his haunting, ephemeral installations, where Michael Johansson presented his geometric constellations of metal and organic materials, and where Louise Hindsgavl’s fantastically complex and explosive porcelain sculptures found their home. These are just some of the artists represented by Christoffer Egelund. The gallery’s constant ventures into experimentation make it one of the most significant players on Copenhagen’s art scene.
Bredgade 75, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 33 93 92 00 Jason Jagel, ‘Fate in a Pleasant Mood’, Christoffer Egelund Gallery | © Courtesy Christoffer Egelund Gallery and the artist Overgaden Launched for artists – and by artists – Overgaden acts as kind of creative shelter, where works of art can be displayed for their intrinsic, and not commercial value. But Overgaden also manages successfully to combine theory with practice, and features a solid programme of lectures, seminars and readings in addition to its innovative, monthly exhibitions.
Oreet Ashery’s stupendous Party for Freedom, ‘a sensory universe, imbedded in trash aesthetics’ or Nicolas Klotz and Elisabeth Perceval’s Menneskejagt – a site-specific, cinematographic installation exploring the idea of the manhunt – are just some of the past highlights. Nestled in a former printing house in the fashionable area of Christianshavn, Overgaden is an absolute must-see on a stroll along Copenhagen’s canals.
Overgaden Neden Vandet 17, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 32 57 72 73 Overgaden | © Anders Sune Berg Nicolai Wallner Galleri Nicolai Wallner Galleri’s exhibitions are largely shaped by the gallery’s discourse – past and present – with the work and progress of the artists it represents. In fact, a constant recourse to the past seems to be at the heart of the gallery’s philosophy: just as conceptual artist Joachim Koester comes back every few years with a new dose of stunning videos and photographs, so does Jonathan Monk and his ever-evolving experimentation with textures, materials and formats.
New exhibitions are always interlaced with returns, making Nicolai Wallner a space that traces out new developments in contemporary art by holding on to their original tracks. The gallery’s location in a former Carlsberg garage compound is a story in itself. Ny Carlsberg Vej 68, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 32 57 09 70 Installation by Jonathan Monk | © Courtesy Nicolai Wallner Gallery and the artist Den Frie Established in 1891 as a Danish twist on the Parisian Salon des Refusés, Den Frie continues to pursue this legacy by working with a number of innovative, provocative artists.
Highlights on Den Frie’s calendar include The Artists’ Autumn Exhibition, an annual event, which has showcasing been Denmark’s emerging talent for over a hundred years, and the Copenhagen Art Festival, which is partially hosted in the venue. Open and forward-looking, Den Frie has been at the forefront of Danish art with shows ranging from Space is the Place, a mixed media universe of fiction and reality, to A Kassen’s solo exhibition focusing on the gentle art of modification and belonging.
Oslo Plads 1, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 33 12 28 03 Cheese – an installation by Mika Rottenberg | © Courtesy of Den Frie Peter Lav Galleri Located just a few doors down from LARM on Bredgrade, Peter Lav Galleri was Copenhagen’s only photography gallery when it was founded in 2006. And while photography remains at its core, each new exhibition actually attempts to overcome the boundaries of the medium by playing around with perspective, focus and convention.
Jakob Hunosøe’s flirty, humorous reinterpretations of everyday reality, or Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs’s cutting-edge, subversive photographs stand out at Peter Lav, but the gallery’s profound engagement and fantastic curating shine through in every exhibition. A leading voice in Danish photography, this venue is certainly one to watch. Bredgade 65A, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 28 80 23 98 On A Clear Day – installation by Jakob Hunosøe | © Courtesy of Peter Lav Galleri Karriere Bar Karriere, a cocktail bar-cum-gallery, is a hip venue in Copenhagen’s even hipper Kødbyen, or Meatpacking District.
Launched by Danish artist Jeppe Hein, Karriere breathes art: practically every element of its décor was designed by an internationally renowned artist. Huge green lamps crafted by Olafur Eliasson (widely known for The Weather Project at the Tate Modern), ‘love-nest’ seats designed by Ernesto Neto and toilets created by AVPD are just some of the intriguing artworks on display – and in use – here.
Artist performances, lectures and meetings are a regular fixture on Karriere’s calendar. Flæsketorvet 57, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 33 21 55 09 David Risley Gallery Initially located in London’s Bethnal Green, David Risley Gallery relocated to Copenhagen’s Bregrade in 2009. Showcasing an eclectic mix of Danish and international artists, the gallery regularly organizes exhibitions, many of which focus on questions related to form, formlessness, and metamorphoses from one form to another.
Recent shows, such as Painting Without Paint or The Parergon and The Gutter, strove to break the taboo surrounding the definition and surrounding contexts of the painting. David Risley Gallery is a venue with great energy, and even greater potential. Bredgade 65, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 32 20 38 10 A Mystery to Myself – installation by Keith Tyson | © Courtesy of David Risley Gallery LARM Galleri A relative newcomer to Copenhagen’s art scene, LARM was founded in 2005.
A tiny space at first, the gallery quickly expanded as it profited from a sudden boom in Denmark’s art market. Now an acclaimed space for contemporary art, LARM has already participated in several art fairs such as Volta Basel, Pulse Miami and Preview Berlin. It is home to Nicola Samorì and her deeply intense, atmospheric paintings, Henriette Camilla Hansen’s space-investigating sculptures, and various other artists.
Temporary exhibitions such as Pushing Jesus, Defining/Creating or Tales from Another Identity have grappled with the human condition, the flexibility of existence and explored the past vis-à-vis the present. As its name promises, LARM can safely say that it has made some noise in Copenhagen. Bredgade 73, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 29 91 46 57 What do we do when we land? – Installation by Kaspar Oppen Samuelsen | © Courtesy of LARM Galleri
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ARKEN Museum of Modern Art in Ishøj, south of Copenhagen, boasts exhibitions with the greatest Modernist artists alongside exhibitions of contemporary art - from new, young talent to established artists. ARKEN is a great and monumental building situated in the artificial landscape, Køge Bay Beach, south of Copenhagen. The museum has one of Scandinavia's finest collections of contemporary art, and the museum's maritime architecture with the pointed stern, which majestically protrudes into the terrain, has won recognition both at home and abroad since its inauguration in 1996.
ARKEN's collection contains more than 400 works - Danish, Nordic and international contemporary art primarily from the period after 1990. The museum houses, among other things one of Europe's most important collections of the British artist Damian Hirst. The museum also has a permanent exhibition of the work Læsø by Asger Jorn, nine works by the German artist Anselm Reyle, recognised as one of contemporary art's most important innovators of abstract art, as well as a magnificent masterpiece by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei.
Distinctive architecture The museum building is an attraction in itself. Designed by architect Søren Robert Lund, it portrays a stranded ship a few metres from the beach. The museum is located in scenic surroundings between Ishøj Harbour and the long sandy beach, so a visit to the museum is not complete without a walk. The museum café hangs like a lifeboat on the side of the building and through the large panoramic windows overlooks Køge Bay.
The museum shop is the area's leading design shop with an inspiring mix of Nordic design, art books and gift items.
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