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Eye Contact: Portraits of African wildlife

Denmark's Zoological Museum displays 65 close-up photographs of African wildlife by Danish zoologist and animal photographer Mogens Trolle. The images on display were selected from the more than 65...
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Joseph Beuys

Part of the Louisiana on Paper series, this exhibition is devoted to the sketches and visual diaries of German avant-garde artist Joseph Beuys (1921-1986) whose oeuvre included Fluxus, happenings, per...
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Hilma af Klint: A Pioneer of Abstraction

The Louisiana showcases the work and history of the fascinating but lesser-known Swedish artist Hilma af Klint (1862-1944). An avant-garde and spiritual figure, Klint's mysticism had a profound inf...
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Arab Contemporary: Architecture, Culture and Identity

Arab Contemporary is the second chapter in the Architecture, Culture and Identity series, following the New Nordic exhibition at the Louisiana in 2012. The series questions the role played by arch...
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Hundertwasser

The paintings of Austrian artist, architect, designer, environmentalist, poet and philosopher Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928-2000) are the subject of an exhibition of paintings, architectural model...
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Frida Kahlo: A Life in Art

ARKEN celebrates the work of Mexico's Frida Kahlo (1907-1954), arguably the world's most famous female artist of the first half of the 20th century, and the greatest exponent of Latin American ar...
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Asger Jorn & Jackson Pollock: Revolutionary Roads

For the first time the work of two influential 20th century artists Jackson Pollock and Asger Jorn is compared side by side in an exhibition at the Louisiana. Pollock was a leading figure in Ameri...
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Mammoths - Giants from Russia

The Zoological Museum in Copenhagen dedicates a major exhibition to the mammoth, a giant species with long, curved tusks that roamed the earth up until 4,500 years ago. The skeletons of a mammoth...
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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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European Art 1300-1800

The National Gallery of Denmark displays 500 years of art from Mediaeval times to the Age of the Enlightenment, incorporating western art's most important periods and styles along the way. On sho...
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Viking

The National Museum of Denmark presents a major cross-cultural exhibition centred around the 37-m Viking ship Ægir, the world’s longest Viking ship. The vessel will be exhibited for th...
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Yoko Ono Half-A-Wind Show: A Retrospective

The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art presents a major retrospective of Yoko Ono's work on the occasion of the pioneering artist's 80th birthday. The exhibition comprises over 100 pieces from across...
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Copenhagen International Sand Sculpture Festival

One of northern Europe's largest sand sculpture events, the Copenhagen International Sand Sculpture festival takes place on Ofelia beach located in the city centre. The theme of the 2013 edition o...
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Every Day Matters

A group of international contemporary artists takes the title Every Day Matters as the basis for an exhibition that plays on the "fundamental existential condition that every day is important, and tha...
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The WALL

A 12-m long multi-touch screen wall provides visitors with street-level access an eclectic database of 20,000 images from the history of the Danish capital. With its ever-changing imagery, the mob...
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12 Oct-17 March. The National Gallery of Denmark zooms in on a selection of paintings, sketches, prints and architectural drawings and asks how the finer details affect our understanding of a picture....
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Warhol: Early Drawings

8 Jan-21 Feb. The Louisiana has become the first museum in the world to show a collection of over 200 of Andy Warhol’s early drawings from the 1950s. The drawings form part of a cache of...
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Shipwreck: The Coin Hoard of the Six Emperors

12 Oct-24 Feb. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek presents a huge hoard of ancient Roman coins discovered by divers off south-east Sicily after a storm in 1991. Dating from the latter half of the third century...
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Christmas Tables

16 Nov-31 Dec. Royal Copenhagen's Christmas Tables exhibition has become one of the most popular festive events in Copenhagen since the tradition began in 1963. Every year the tables are set by ne...
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Madame Butterfly

14 Oct - 4 Dec. The opera house in Copenhagen presents a lavish production of the well-loved classic, Madame Butterfly. Puccini's tragic opera is set in the Japanese city of Nagasaki and tells the...

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