The internationally renowned artists’ collective DIS, who curated the 9th Berlin Biennale, are now coming to Copenhagen. The exhibition DIS presents: What Do People Do All Day? shows a selection of spectacular video works from the newly developed video platform dis.art as well as cinematic settings and installations that question the future of society – and what we humans do in our everyday lives to influence that future. The exhibition is created by Kunsthal Charlottenborg in collaboration with Tranen – Space for Contemporary Art and opens on Thursday, 19 March 2020 5-10pm as part of CPH: DOX.
Kunsthal Charlottenborg's visitors can now explore exhibitions with a new app, offering plenty of information in an intuitive format, right at your fingertips. In a wealth of images, texts and audio content, artists and curators share their reflections, offering many ways of approaching the art.
In 2019 Kunsthal Charlottenborg presents artistic talents, established artists as well as international exhibitions portraying contemporary societal challenges in art and politics. Read more about the programme for spring/summer 2019.
Kunsthal Charlottenborg is launching its BIKE ART TOUR – a new, curated bike route that takes you to ten public works of art created by contemporary artists such as BIG & SUPERFLEX, Eva Koch and John Kørner. The objective is to highlight leading examples of Danish contemporary art to all those who occupy and visit Copenhagen – locals and tourists alike.
After a long search for the right partner, Kunsthal Charlottenborg has contracted the creative chef Frederik Bille Brahe for a new bar and canteen. On April 27, Apollo Bar opens, but as soon as Wednesday, March 29 the associated canteen opens.
Several private foundations and Danish Arts Foundation provides significant financial support of close to 4,5 mio. DKK, for the 2017 exhibition programme and other activities at Kunsthal Charlottenborg after year of progress.
On January 18 Kunsthal Charlottenborg launches a new collaboration with the internationally recognized art magazine Frieze about screening of their art videos.
Our new campaign focuses on numbers from the history of Kunsthal Charlottenborg since 1883. And 2016 promises to be a record-breaking year in terms of both the number of paying visitors and visitors in general.