Tag: visual arts

Yoko Ono Transmission

Posted on October 26th, by Dorthe Smeby in Visual arts.
The ongoing exhibition at Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen explores Yoko Ono´s unique ways of transmitting her messages of philosophy and peace throughout the world.

The 810 Project

Posted on October 20th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design, Visual arts.
A collaboration between the photographer Stephen Butkus and curator Nicolai Schaanning Larsen has resulted in a raw, intimate and comprehensive art project of Oslo and the people.

The Danish Pavillion in Venice

Posted on May 9th, by Dorthe Smeby in Visual arts.
Thursday May 11 the exhibition ”Influenza. Theatre of glowing darkness” created by the Danish artist Kirstine Roepstorff opens in Venice.

Nordic Art Issue

Posted on March 7th, by Dorthe Smeby in Visual arts.
The newly launched Nordic Art Issue offer a whole new gallery experience online for collecting art from a new generation of Norwegian artists.

Abramović in Scandinavia

Posted on February 8th, by Dorthe Smeby in Visual arts.
– Marina Abramović at 70. The world´s most famous performance artist has outlasted her lovers and, she hopes, her critics, Carl Swanson writes for New York Magazine.

The Nordic Archives

Posted on November 17th, by Dorthe Smeby in Visual arts.
By launching the website nordicarchives.com a digital sphere of exclusive prints will make the Nordic style accessible worldwide.

A Place by the Sea

Posted on October 12th, by Dorthe Smeby in Visual arts.
At Frama Studio Store in Copenhagen you can study an exhibition by photographer Espen Gleditsch capturing the villa E.1027 by Eileen Gray.

Desplans Gallery

Posted on September 30th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture, Visual arts.
Desplans is an unique online gallery established in Stockholm and Paris and prints architectural drawings as signed, limited editions of high-quality imagery that is often shelved away.

The imprint of life

Posted on May 27th, by Dorthe Smeby in Interior, Visual arts.
The Danish designer Pernille Egeskov takes on familiar scenes in the exhibition ‘Home’, where products from Georg Jensen Damask, Fritz Hansen and Dinesen have been interpreted.