Kunsten Museum of Modern Art Aalborg has expanded its Asger Jorn collection
An iconic work by the Danish-Vietnamese artist for the Guggenheim Museum in New York
Journals shed shed new light on leading artist from the Danish Golden Age
Get a close look at the renovation of the New Carlsberg Foundation
Portrait of a Boy by the Danish-French impressionist Camille Pissarro is a unique piece in Danish art history. With support from the New Carlsberg Foundation, among others, Ordrupgaard has been able to purchase this early painting by the artist.
With a donation from the New Carlsberg Foundation, Kunsten Museum of Modern Art Aalborg has expanded its Asger Jorn collection with an important, never-auctioned piece.
With a grant from the New Carlsberg Foundation, the Royal Danish Library now adds 14 selected works by the artist Trine Søndergaard to its collection. The works will be included in a permanent exhibition of photographs from the collection of the National Museum of Photography that opens in 2020.
The Guggenheim Museum in New York has received support from the New Carlsberg Foundation to purchase an iconic work by the Danish-Vietnamese artist Danh Vo. The work is part of the artist’s sculptural project We the People (detail).
We have no application deadlines, as the board reviews applications on an ongoing basis
As the birthplace of the now global Carlsberg Breweries and as the current offices of the New Carlsberg Foundation, the old brewery complex Bryggergården in central Copenhagen is a slice of living history.
Science and art come together this spring, as the Carlsberg family hosts a series of evening events under the heading of Science | Passion.
On Wednesday, 28 February, the New Carlsberg Foundation’s Art Awards were handed out at the Foundation’s annual award event at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek to three leading figures in the Danish art and museum scene.