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Støbt i bronze og solidt plantet på sokkel har Christian Lemmerz’ skulptur Lazarus taget plads ved Bispebjerg Hospital. Værket er doneret af Ny Carlsbergfondet i anledning af hospitalets 100-års jubilæum.
The Reflection Room at Hospice Djursland has been redesigned and decorated by the artist duo Hanne Nielsen & Birgit Johnsen. The decorative project was realized with funding from the New Carlsberg Foundation.
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.
An ambitious and reflective publication on the Danish artist Ovartaci’s practice is published with support from the New Carlsberg Foundation.
With substantial support from the New Carlsberg Foundation, London’s big modern art museum has renewed its focus on Per Kirkeby (b. 1938) with the acquisition of five brick sculptures.
In a new decorative project for the lobby at the adult education centre VUC Aarhus artist Erik A. Frandsen has created a grandiose installation titled ‘Mnemosyne’.
Thanks to a generous donation from the New Carlsberg Foundation, Lillebaelt Academy now features a colourful work of art by Hans E Madsen.
Esbjerg Art Museum expands its unparalleled Thomas Bang collection with three works of art donated by the New Carlsberg Foundation.
Henrik Saxgren’s sublime photographs of a disappearing hunting culture in Greenland are now displayed on the walls of the upper secondary school Vesthimmerlands Gymnasium in nothern Jutland.
The 70th anniversary of Danish-Norwegian cooperation is celebrated with the donation of a sculpture created by Per Kirkeby.
Together with Aage og Johanne Louis-Hansens Fond and Augustinus Fonden, the New Carlsberg Foundation has secured the painting for Ordrupgaard Museum’s collection.
With the art installation "Modified Social Benches for Lemvig", Jeppe Hein has created a space for experiences and participation. The artwork was donated to the city by the New Carlsberg Foundation.
Funfair aesthetic meets democratic values in Nathan Coley’s project "THE SAME FOR EVERYONE", which is presented as part of the events celebrating Aarhus 2017 European Capital of Culture.
The new teaching wing at the upper secondary (school Marselisborg Gymnasium features decorative projects by four artists, each pursuing a uniquely personal artistic expression in the four open classrooms in the new wing.
Elisabeth Toubro has created a monument for the Danish seismologist Inge Lehmann.
The monumental sculpture group that Bjørn Poulsen created for the Patient Hotel at Rigshospitalet, one of the largest hospitals in Denmark, is titled ‘Angelus Novus’.
Tal R has created a sculptural landmark for the upper secondary school Skive Gymnasium.
With support from the New Carlsberg Foundation, the expressionist artist Thomas Arge’s painting I Stenørkenen (In the Stony Desert) now becomes the property of the National Gallery of the Faroe Islands.
The New Carlsberg Foundation has donated Tina Maria Nielsen’s total installation "Salon des Refusés" to Horsens Art Museum.
Julie Nord takes her audience on a journey into the grey zone between reality and fantasy.
The late artist’s principal work is now ensured a place at the National Gallery of Denmark.
Abdoulaye Konaté’s colourful textile butterfly is now poised to enter into a dialogue with the key pieces at ARKEN Museum of Modern Art.
New publication takes its readers on a guided tour of Poul Gernes’s colourful decorative projects in public spaces.
In cooperation with the New Carlsberg Foundation, Centre Pompidou has acquired an important piece by Asger Jorn.
Jais Nielsen’s faded monumental decorative project on Amager has received a thorough makeover.
New monograph on Preben Fjederholt offers insight into the artist’s brightest moments and darkest hours.
Writer and Associate Professor Mikkel Bolt’s critical essay collection Samtidskunstens metamorfose (The metamorphosis of contemporary art) is published with support from the New Carlsberg Foundation.
Astrid Noack’s studio in Nørrebro returns to active use.
Joana Vasconcelos has created a momumental and exuberant installation for ARoS. "Valkyrie Rán" joins the museum’s permanent collection with funding from the New Carlsberg Foundation.
The world-renowned artist Michelangelo Pistoletto visited Kunsten Museum of Modern Art Aalborg with his installation performance "Eleven Less One", which is now included in Kunsten’s permanent collection.
With funding from the New Carlsberg Foundation, Trapholt has expanded its permanent collection with eight new works in media ranging from painting and drawing to ceramic and embroidery.
Eske Kath has created a unique front curtain for the cultural venue Kulturhuset Skanderborg in cooperation with Priebe Sceneteknik.
Faaborg Museum, which has a rich tradition and history, has taken a big step forward, helped along in part by a donation from the New Carlsberg Foundation.
The American artist Roni Horn’s minimalist glass sculpture is now included in the modern art museum Louisiana’s permanent collection.
At RAGNAROCK, the new Danish museum for pop, rock and youth culture, contemporary art is now a permanent part of the museum’s exhibitions.
Elmgreen & Dragset’s total installation "Too Late" is the latest addition to ARoS’s exhibition concept The 9 Spaces.
Alexander Tovborg has created a series of tapestries for the former home for unmarried ladies of rank, Odense Adelige Jomfrukloster, which is currently let to the University of Southern Denmark.
The New Carlsberg Foundation has donated a giant terracotta-coloured spatial installation created by the artist FOS to the upper secondary school HF-Centret Efterslægten in Copenhagen.
Four artistic gates now decorate the square by Vejen Art Museum.
Journalist and art photographer Mathias Christensen’s photo series about Copenhagen has now been published in the book Black Nest with support from the New Carlsberg Foundation.
A new decorative project at the upper secondary school Faaborg Gymnasium enables a dialogue between contemporary artists and the original Funen Painters from the early 20th century.
The Royal Danish Collection at Rosenborg Castle has acquired an important painting by Jens Juel that supplements the collection.
Hein Heinsen’s ‘Ansgar’ now stands in front of Ribe Cathedral, telling the story of the Nordic apostle’s hard struggles.
The New Carlsberg Foundation supported the publication of the ambitious catalogue that accompanied the exhibition H by Ingvar Cronhammar at the Cisterns.
Kirsten Ortwed’s monumental sculpture Full Length has found a new home in Havnegade in central Copenhagen.
The late Ib Braase’s sculptures are now safe for posterity.
Jeppe Hein has created thirteen wild, blue benches for the National Aquarium Denmark, Den Blå Planet.
Kaspar Bonnén has painted a 60-square-metre story for the upper secondary school Horsens Gymnasium
A key work in Th. Philipsen’s oeuvre has now returned to Denmark.
Kofoed’s School has received a landscape painting by Storm P, which is now up in the school canteen.
Herlufsholm is home to a new sculpture that was conceived as space in motion
The Glyptotek has acquired a small but important painting by Edgar Degas.
Three lamps created by Erik A. Frandsen shed new light on the IT Corner, Aarhus University.
Alicja Kwade’s "Freitag, 21. Juni 2013, 15:30:11 Uhr" [Friday, 21 June 2013 at 15:30:11] now engages in a dialogue the main pieces on display at the art museum Heart.
Sergej Jensen is now represented in the collection at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.
The Norwegian artist Peder Balke is now on prominent display in the golden age collection of the National Gallery of Denmark.
The upper secondary school Grenaa Gymnasium has a clear strategy for art, and in 2014, the school acquired new works of art.
Examination, research and mapping are key concepts in Jes Fomsgaard’s iNANO decoration.
With the acquisition of this Asger Jorn painting from 1969, KUNSTEN Museum of Modern Art Aalborg was able to fill a gap.
‘Busstop’ is the title of Bjørn Nørgaard’s sculpture in front of CAFA Art Museum in Beijing. The piece combines Western and Chinese characteristics.
Elmgreen & Dragset challenge our habitual thinking with absurd doors at the National Gallery of Denmark.
The New Carlsberg Glyptotek’s exquisite Paul Gauguin collection has three new distinctive members.
Esbjerg Art Museum purchases the German artist Tobias Rehberger’s moving light installation Infections.
The upper secondary school Herning Gymnasium now has a 2,500-square-metre oasis-like atrium.
Viara Collaro, Bjørn Poulsen and Kathrine Ærtebjerg bring form and colour to the headquarters of the Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET) in Søborg, north of Copenhagen.
Kirstine Roepstorff stimulates the study environment at the University of Copenhagen with this original wall installation.
Senior reader Henrik Boetius discusses Goethe’s rich theory of colours in a new book.
A new piece has been added to the Dokoupil collection at Horsens Art Museum.
Lars Nørgård and Tal R stimulate new ideas at combined primary and secondary school N. Zahles Gymnasieskole in Copenhagen.