Anthology on the Anthropocene

Marianne Krogh Con-nect-ed-ness

The exhibition in the Danish Pavilion at the Architecture Biennale in Venice is going to focus on the notion of connectedness. In collaboration with Lundgaard & Tranberg Architects, the art historian and curator Marianne Krogh is creating the exhibition ‘con-nect-ed-ness’ based on the overarching theme of the biennale: How will we live together? Already now, a thought-provoking anthology with a stellar line-up of contributors from Denmark and abroad and edited by Krogh is published with support from the New Carlsberg Foundation.


The art museum in a fragile ecology

ARKEN. Foto: Torben Petersen

ARKEN and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts receive a large grant for a joint research project about the future art museum.


Trine Søndergaard 148 Works

Trine Søndergaard Göteborg Kunstmuseum

The exhibition Trine Søndergaard 148 Works at Gothenburg Museum of Art is the Danish art photographer’s first solo exhibition at a Swedish museum. The exhibition presents photographs from 2005–2020 and is accompanied by a comprehensive catalogue published with support from the New Carlsberg Foundation.


Danish symbolist in Paris

Niels Hansen Jacobsen. Efterårsmasken, 1896-1903

The sculptor Niels Hansen Jacobsen’s strange and unsettling artworks are shown at the Parisian Musée Bourdelle in the first exhibition in the city dedicated exclusively to the artist. The founder of the New Carlsberg Foundation, Carl Jacobsen, was one of the few to appreciate Hansen Jacobsen’s unusual sculptures from an early time. The New Carlsberg Foundation has supported the catalogue for the Paris exhibition.