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For those who like large, well-planned houses, outdoor activities and a safe and well-organised life style, Copenhagen is the place to live.Accommodation is cheaper in Copenhagen than in many other European capitals. Houses and apartments are spacious and well equipped. However, the rental market is...

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Golden Days: Søren Kierkegaard

This year's Golden Days festival is dedicated to Søren Kierkegaard (1813-1855), the Danish philosopher, theologian, poet, social critic and religious author who is widely considered the first e...
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German World Images 1890-1939: from Kollwitz to Nolde

20 April - 12 August. The Statens Museum for Kunst focuses on the period in German art history that ushered in Modernism, with an exhibition that presents more than 70 drawings, watercolours and graph...
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Hammershøi and Europe

4 February - 20 May. The National Gallery of Denmark presents an exhibition dedicated to the Danish artist Vilhelm Hammersh
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From Buddha to the Baroque

2 March - 13 May. The Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek presents an exhibition of 100 works drawn from the collection of Carl Jacobsen. The diverse selection reflects Jacobsen's eclectic tastes and includes...
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Ai Weiwei

18 November - 12 February. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art presents an exhibition of works by leading contemporary Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, from the years 2003-2010. Weiwei's artistic practice ext...
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Klee & Cobra

30 September - 8 January. The Louisiana presents an exhibition which explores the important relationship between Paul Klee and the Cobra group of artists from Denmark, Belgium and The Netherlands....
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Warhol & Basquiat

3 September - 11 January. Copenhagen's Museum of Modern Art presents Warhol & Basquiat, an exhibition that traces the story of an unlikely collaboration between two very different artistic talents in...
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Entropia

10 September - 23 October. Entitled Entropia, this photographic exhibition at the Dansk Arkitektur Center documents the architectural and urban development of Copenhagen in recent years, as seen throu...
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TOULOUSE-LAUTREC: THE HUMAN COMEDY

17 Sept-19 February 2012. A major exhibition at the Royal Collection of Graphic Art focuses on Henri Toulouse-Lautrec and the immense contribution he made to the world of graphic art in the late 1...
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Hammershøiana: Drawings, photographs and other memories

10 June-23 Oct. In honour of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Hirschsprung, the museum is holding a number of exhibitions of works from the archives, normally kept out of the public eye....
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Tour de France: French Landscapes

8 April-11 September. This exhibition comprises over 60 works by some of the leading exponents of Impressionism and Post Impressionism, all from Ordrupgaard
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Teater og Kultur (Theatre and Culture)

28 May-31 December. The Theatre Museum examines theatre in Copenhagen in the 19th century with an interesting exhibition comprising several different shows and installations, taking place in the museu...
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The Dispute on Art: Artists from Funen

8 April-11 September. The Ordrupgaard and Faaborg museums present an exhibition of some 50 paintings by three Danish artists: Fritz Syberg (1862-1939), Johannes Larsen (1867-1961) and Peter Hansen (18...
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David Hockney: Me Draw on IPad

8 April-28 August. This slightly unorthodox exhibition sees the work of leading British artist David Hockney but is not what one might expect. Over the last few years Hockney has created over 400...
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Picasso: Peace and Freedom

11 February - 29 May 2011. The spring exhibition at the Louisiana museum is dedicated to the work of Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) and examines how the artist related to contemporary historical and politi...
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Spring Exhibition

5 March - 25 April. An institution in itself, the Spring Exhibition at the Charlottenborg is one of the highlights of Copenhagen's art calendar. This year a jury of five Scandinavian art experts h...
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Mother & Child

5 February - 15 May. The Mother & Child exhibition by French-American painter and sculptor Louise Jos
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Encountering Japan: Degas, Monet, Gauguin

11 September - 23 January 2011. At the World Fair in Paris in 1867, for the first time Japan presented its woodcuts to an instantly receptive Western audience. The previously unseen material becam...
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Anselm Kiefer: Art and myth

10 September - 9 January 2011. The final segment of a four-part exhibition series of prominent post-war German artists, the Louisiana museum presents the work of Anselm Kiefer. As a painter Kiefer is...
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Bob Dylan: The Brazil Series

4 September 2010 - 30 January 2011. Robert Allen Zimmerman, or Bob Dylan as he is better known, has long been hailed as a talented songsmith, a poet, some might even say prophet; something he is less...
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