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The Copenhagen art, fashion and festival scene is internationally recognised for its high cultural standards, and ability to attract major designers, artists and directors. The exhibition, event and festival organisers are used to keeping an eye on the upcoming cultural scene and always present a wealth of new and exciting artists from Denmark and abroad.
When spring is in bloom, crowded initiatives flourish all over the city as locals start to enjoy open air again after the long winter, buzzing from a place to another. There is always something new popping up, events to attend some organic street food, and the option to watch an unknown documentary or experience the magical mix between food and fashion.
Copenhagen is the place to be, and these the events you can’t miss.
Exciting food at the grand event organized by ILLUM department store. The myriad souls of food are talked about by guest chefs, food designers and experts, together with the best food, home, fashion and beauty brands. Three unmissable days of cooking classes and shows, gourmet dinners, tasting sessions, educational talks and theme activities.
All of March
The exhibition at Statens Museum for Kunst explores Danish and International Art after 1900: Expressionism, Surrealism, political art and experimental art in an exhibition of modern and contemporary works that forges links across different periods. Art works by Kirsten Justesen, Per Kirkeby, Wilhelm Freddie, Michael Kvium, Asger Jorn and Tal R.
Until May 2017
Copenhagen’s international documentary film festival (aka CPH:DOX) is the largest of its kind in Scandinavia. Each year the ten-day festival fills the Copenhagen cinemas with a selection of more than 200 documentary films from around the world and creative crossovers between cinema, television and media art. Not only movies: the festival, also arranges a bunch of parties, talks and this year the first pop-up designer sofa cinema at Kunsthal Charlottenborg.
From March 16th – 26th, 2017
The Meatpacking District – known in Danish as Kødbyen – offers locals and visitors a weekly food market located in Copenhagen’s vibrant Vesterbro neighbourhood. You can eat a satisfying lunch at the communal tables or buy whatever ingredients you need: you will never be greeted by quite the same selection of stalls and avant-garde sellers.
From 1 April to 27 August 2017
Copenhagen Architecture Festival (CAFx) is organised around various themes and this year, community, sound and space and the transformation of Copenhagen all play a role in the programme. As a participant, you can enjoy architecture film screenings, talks, walks, master classes, workshops and major international exhibitions.
From 27 April to 5 May 2017