The Hirschsprung Collection has purchased two pieces by Bertha Wegmann. One painting hammered at over DKK 3 million, the highest auction price ever for a piece by a female artist in Denmark
Odsherred Art Museum can now include several pieces by Christiansen in its collection
Martin Creeds store installation Work No. 2630 UNDERSTANDING lyser op på Ofelia Plads i København. Kunstværket er stillet op af Roskilde Festival
Cathrine Raben Davidsen has created a series of unique ceramic pieces in collaboration with Royal Copenhagen. The series draws on references to religious traditions and the relationship between humanity and nature. With support from the New Carlsberg Foundation, CLAY Museum of Ceramic Art Denmark now adds six pieces from the series to its collection.
The Hirschsprung Collection has purchased two pieces by the artist Bertha Wegmann with support from Aage og Johanne Louis-Hansens Fond, the Augustinus Foundation and the New Carlsberg Foundation. One is a portrait of the artist’s student, the young painter Marie Triepcke, who went on to earn acclaim in her own right under her married name, Marie Krøyer. The painting hammered at over DKK 3 million, the highest auction price ever for a piece by a female artist in Denmark.
Elmgreen & Dragset’s art installation The Future, which was shown at the solo exhibition ‘Powerless Structures’ at Tel Aviv Museum of Art in 2016 is now being included in the museum’s permanent collection with funding from the British Friends of the Art Museums of Israel and the New Carlsberg Foundation.
Jesper Christiansen’s landscape paintings from the area of Odsherred are lavishly detailed. Incorporating references to literature, music and the changing seasons, they portray the countryside around his home in western Zealand. With funding from the New Carlsberg Foundation, Odsherred Art Museum can now include several pieces by Christiansen in its collection.
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The New Carlsberg Foundation invites applications for individual research fellowships within the foundation’s scope of activities. Three types of grants are available: (1) PhD fellowships (up to DKK 1.5 million per grant), (2) postdoc fellowships (up to DKK 1.8 million per grant) and (3) individual project funding. The New Carlsberg Foundation’s Research Initiative was launched in 2010 with the aim of generating new research-based knowledge about art while building a connection between university and museum research.
With political approval in place and donations from, among others, Købmand Herman Sallings Fond and the New Carlsberg Foundation, a large extension of ARoS is now becoming a reality. A principal component of the project, which is titled The Next Level, is The Dome, a huge work of art created by the internationally acclaimed American artist James Turrell.
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When Denmark’s School of Media and Journalism opens in new premises in Aarhus N in September, a significant feature of the new building will be an installation by the internationally acclaimed artist Pipilotti Rist.