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The famous museum at Humlebæk, half an hour drive from Copenhagen, is an oasis both for art, architecture and surroundings. An art collection of 3000 pieces, temporary exhibitions, great architecture, a beautiful park, cafe and a lagre museum shop and bookstore.
CAE celebrates and re-interprets iconic multi-artist Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd. Qarin Wikström fronts an unconventional approach to music for 6 instruments plus vocal. CARL FREDRIK REUTERSWÄRD is known for his always open and inquisitive approach to art and materials. He was born in june 1934, meaning: turning 80 during the month of this LP release. Reuterswärd is most widely known work is his sculpture showing a revolver tied in a knot, called Non Violence, on display a.o. outside the United Nations headquarters in New York. He was fond of the absurd, the surreal and through this approach created his works in the borderland between genres and media. A man who would not be categorized easily. An exploratory multi-talented artist, who played bass, wrote poetry and worked with visual arts. ...
"Basically I always wanted to make art about my surroundings." Meet Danish artist Tal R in his studio for a talk about a new series of paintings featuring his hometown Copenhagen. Tal Rosenzweig was born in Israel in 1967, but grew up in Copenhagen. In this video he presents a series of pictures about places in Copenhagen, that he "rhymes on" - places, that are familiar to him and that in a way only exist, because he personally relates to them. Painting something so close to you is on the one hand too simple, on the other hand completely impossible, Tal R states in this interview. "But there is also something magical about, that people can take their bike and look at the places, I have painted". In the video, Tal R talks about four paintings which are especially close to him, starting wi...
Uploaded: May 24, 2012 1:33 PM This is the shot on my phone in Copenhagen "strøget" where the street artist Martin paints the most incredible paintings with only the use of spray paint, paper various objects in different shapes. He travels around the world at different markeds and cities to paint and sell his works.
Watch the Danish contemporary artist Christina Julsgaard making art on the walls, at Danhostel Copenhagen City. A design hostel in the heart of Copenhagen with focus on hospitality, art and design. The video shows a timelapse of the artistic process from the beginning to the end.
The customer ordered a double portrait of his children. Burma orange was an important color in relation to a piece of furniture in the living room.
Julie Andersen is a 24 year old illustration and street artist based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Video produced by Jonas Togo // http://jonastogo.com/ Julies Social Media: Artwork - http://madhousecph.tictail.com/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/julielandersen/
TRACES is the name of our upcoming 600+ pages book about street bombing but also a series of videos featuring live bombing from different cities around the globe. Second out is RENS from Copenhagen, Denmark. TRACES. SEND US YOUR PHOTOS/VIDEOS Late 2015 we will release our most ambitious project so far, a 600+ pages book dedicated to the art of bombing! The book will be a world wide documentation of street bombing including interviews, live footage and of course tons of photos of throw-ups and tags made by some of the best artists from around the globe.This will literally be the BOMB! But to make it happen we need your help, send your best photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are especially looking for contributions from London, Berlin, Paris, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sao Paul...
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'The Long March in or through the institutions" at First Supper Symposiums Prologue 1. is an art historian and cultural critic. He is Associate Professor at the Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen. He is co-editor of the journals K&K: Kultur & Klasse and Mr Antipyrine. He has published a number of books, including Crisis to Insurrection: Notes on the Ongoing Breakdown (Minor Compositions, 2015) and Playmates and Playboys on a Higher Level (Sternberg Press, 2015), as well as articles in journals such as e-flux journal, Rethinking Marxism, Texte zur Kunst and Third Text. Photo Frode Jackobsen
On a bridge in the heart of Copenhagen, German sound artist and curator, Georg Weckwerth, has put together an exhibition for this year's Copenhagen Art Festival. In this video, Weckwerth talks about the compositions, installations and interventions he has chosen for the exhibition, "Listen to your city - Listening to art", on Knippelsbro.
This was the first project we ever made together. Alex found this hidden art installation in Copenhagen and together we spent an afternoon dancing around inside of it. It was truly like floating around a different dimension.
A working day in my studio on Amager in Copenhagen. Photographer Kim Emlington Darling followed me through the day ... it was fun! ...Enjoy! Member of: Studio PRAGUE 61 Copenhagen International Art Group "Finding Us" www.poul-brasch.dk
(21 Jun 2017) LEADIN: Copenhagen's Kunsthal Charlottenborg museum has inaugurated a provocative new installation by Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei. Spread across the gallery space's towering facade, 'Soleil Levant' - which means 'Sunrise' in French - is made from more than 3,500 life jackets worn by migrants and collected on the Greek island of Lesbos. STORYLINE: In the sun-soaked setting of Copenhagen's Nyhavn harbour, a striking reminder of the ongoing migrant crisis taking place on Europe's shores. Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei has barricaded the windows of the Kunsthal Charlottenborg museum with more than 3,500 salvaged life jackets worn by migrants and collected on the Greek island of Lesbos. "Obviously Ai Weiwei wants to put attention to the ongoing refugee crisis in E...