Christine Buhl Andersen (1967) has an MA in Danish and Art History from Roskilde University and the University of Copenhagen respectively. She also holds a Master’s in Museology and Management from the University of Aarhus as well as a qualification in museum management from The Getty Leadership Institute in California.
She brings extensive experience from many different areas of the art and museum world. Most recently as Director of the New Carlsberg Glyptotek (2017-2020), where she implemented an extensive rebranding of the museum, exhibitions and research activities.
She was Director of KØS - Museum of art in public spaces (2007-2017), as well as Chair of the board of the Association of Danish Museums (2011-2015), and member of the board of the New Carlsberg Foundation (2015-2017).
Christine Buhl Andersen assumed the position as Chair of the board of the New Carlsberg Foundation on 1 March 2020 (and thus as Chair of the board of the New Carlsberg Glyptotek).