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For her first solo exhibition in France (from 16.04.2021 to 09.06.2021) at Le Bicolore, the new cultural space at la Maison du Danemark in Paris, Mette Winckelmann has deployed the full range of her abstract, conceptual vocabulary to deliver a veritable artwork-manifesto, joining in the ongoing conversation on gender equity and issues of identity in a society where social and interpersonal bonds have become increasingly fluid. Lire la suite…

 

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La Maison du Danemark invites you to discover Le Bicolore, its new contemporary art platform on the Champs-Elysées. With a new name, a new space redesigned by COBE agency, and a new visual identity designed by Urgent.Agency, the gallery at la Maison du Danemark will be unveiled with its first textile art exhibition, entitled In a Slow MannerLire la suite…

 

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After a year and a half of renovation work, the Maison du Danemark, on the Champs-Élysées, reopens its doors on 3 february 2021 with an ambitious collective exhibition showcasing textile art under the direction of Danish curator Henriette Noermark and created in partnership with textile manufacturer Kvadrat as well as Galerie Maria Wettergren, Last Resort Gallery and Nils Stærk. The alchemist of colour Margrethe Odgaard, painter Tove Storch, and interior decorator Grethe Sørensen are among the ten artists who, with sensuality, vibrancy, and tactile delight, launch the reopening of the exhibition space of the Maison du Danemark. Lire la suite…

 

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From the 29th of November 2018 until the 3rd of March 2019, a number of Danish collectors will be exhibiting 100 years of Danish ceramics at the Maison du Danemark in Paris. This exhibition, curated by Carsten Bagge Laustsen, aims at presenting the evolution of Danish ceramic art and showcasing to the French public the vitality and diversity of creation in this field, always ensuring a subtle bond between natural forms, function and technical excellence. Thanks to the exceptional loans from renowned private collectors, the Maison du Danemark will be opening its doors to a retrospective bringing together over 500 pieces from the most important Danish artists. Lire la suite…

 

KH portrëtFrom 2nd December, the Maison du Danemark is hosting the first retrospective devoted to the work of Knud Holscher. A living legend in the world of Danish design, Holscher was born in 1930 and is a trained architect. He worked alongside one of the greatest Danish names in post-war architecture and design, Arne Jacobsen, and was instrumental in design permeating everyday life across Denmark.

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