A water feature with the city of Lemvig in its DNA

Karin Lorentzen. Iris, 2020

The Danish sculptor Karin Lorentzen has taken an almost archaeological approach to local history and geography in her creation of a new water feature for the old city square in the town of Lemvig in northern Jutland. The piece, which is titled Iris, was realized with support from the New Carlsberg Foundation.


Pipilotti Rist’s luminous dreamscapes at DMJX

Pipilotti Rist. Jordlys og pingpong med solen, 2020

The acclaimed artist Pipilotti Rist has created her biggest permanent video installation ever. The installation was unveiled at DMJX, the Danish School of Media and Journalism, where it will be illuminating surfaces, interiors and students, thanks to funding from Obel Family Foundation, Salling Foundations, Spar Nord Foundation, Beckett Foundation, the Danish Arts Foundation, FEAS and the New Carlsberg Foundation.


BLOX – now with a giant slide

Carsten Höller. DAC Slide

When the Danish Architecture Center (DAC) recently reopened, it also revealed a sensational new installation, made possible by a donation from the New Carlsberg Foundation. In a bespoke commission for DAC, the internationally acclaimed artist Carsten Höller has created one of his intricate slides, spiralling four storeys down through the iconic BLOX building.


Monumental tapestries for the folk high school Løgumkloster Højskole

Maja Lisa Engelhardt. Årstid

After being shuttered for several years, Løgumkloster Højskole (Løgumkloster Folk High School) is once again ready to welcome students and staff. The lecture hall in the newly reopened school now features four large woven tapestries created by Maja Lisa Engelhardt with funding from the New Carlsberg Foundation. By the time the tapestries were completed, however, the school had to declare bankruptcy, and so the work of art has only recently been hung in its intended setting.