Small things steal the show in the National Gallery of Denmark’s new exhibition, which zooms in on the significance of details. Combining well-known works with rarely-seen curiosities this autumn’s …
On the occasion of the opening of 2012’s major special exhibition at the National Gallery of Denmark I have the pleasure of inviting to a press conference.
The Danish-Vietnamese artist Danh Vo enters the 2,000 m² Sculpture Street at the National Gallery of Denmark with an installation as subtle as it is monumental.
We usually only see the surface of a painting, but the exhibition Illuminated – Tracing Bosch and Bruegel gives you the chance to get right under the skin of four 16th century paintings. Visitors …
Head of Press Karen Ormstrup SøndergaardE karen.soendergaard_@_smk.dkM +45 2552 7203
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