One Two Three Swing!
Refleksionsrummet på Hospice Djursland er blevet nyindrettet og udsmykket af kunstnerduoen Hanne Nielsen & Birgit Johnsen. Udsmykningen er realiseret på baggrund af en bevilling fra Ny Carlsbergfondet.
One of the most eye-catching works of art in the House of the Danish Industry Foundation is a large curtain encircling the main auditorium. The work is donated by the New Carlsberg Foundation.
The Danish artists group SUPERFLEX exhibits in the iconic Turbine Hall at Tate Modern in London. The huge, interactive installation One Two Three Swing! is on display until 2 April 2018. The project has received support from the New Carlsberg Foundation.
As the first Danish artist, Jørgen Haugen Sørensen now has a permanent artistic presence in Pietrasanta. Based on a donation from the New Carlsberg Foundation, his monumental bronze sculpture The Crowd was recently installed in the centre of the town.
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Fra Bornholm til Ishøj og SMK Fridays. De 10 Værdivogtere, som FOS skabte til Folkemødet på Bornholm, er taget på museumsbesøg.
Science and art come together this autumn, as the Carlsberg family hosts a series of evening events under the heading of Science | Passion.
Now you can have a rare guided tour of the historical site and meet the chairman of the foundation, Karsten Ohrt, who speaks about the foundation’s efforts to promote the arts, then as now.
With a grant from the New Carlsberg Foundation, CHART presents an ambitious programme for this year’s CHART TALKS, which take place on 2–3 September.