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Danskjävlar – A Swedish Declaration of Love

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Exhibition design for 'Danskjävlar – a Swedish Declaration of Love', the opening exhibition of the newly renovated Kunsthal Charlottenborg.

'Danskjävlar – a Swedish Declaration of Love' was the title of Kunsthal Charlottenborg’s opening exhibition. The title originates from Lars von Trier’s TV drama 'The Kingdom', in which the Swedish doctor Stig Helmer, played by Ernst Hugo Järegård, ascends the roof of the Copenhagen University Hospital to shout “Danskjävlar!” – Danish bastards. Danskjävlar was about looking at Danish contemporary art from the outside and director and curator Bo Nilsson’s subjective selection of twenty artists.

As part of the design programme for 'Danskjävlar – a Swedish Declaration of Love' we produced posters, a banner, invitations, signage, advertising and a catalogue.

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Copenhagen, DK

Danskjävlar – A Swedish Declaration of Love

Kunsthal Charlottenborg

Copenhagen's largest exhibition venue (1,400 m2 of exhibition space) and meeting-place for contemporary art. The exhibitions are internationally oriented, and are promoted widely among art enthusiasts of all ages.

The historic building, built in 1883, which is shared with Danmarks Kunstbibliotek (the Danish National Art Library) was originally called the Exhibition Building at Charlottenborg, to emphasise its affiliation with Charlottenborg itself, the baroque palace on Kongens Nytorv which now houses the pictorial art schools of the Royal Danish Academy of Art.

Kunsthal Charlottenborg is a state institution, and is part of the Ministry of Culture.


Rasmus Koch; Till Rickert; Duncan Paré; Alexander Häggström
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