“Må vi få kammertonen!” Is a Danish figure of speech, which somewhat translates into ‘Let’s keep a civil tone!’ – and we may, but it is getting harder and harder to keep it civil in a time when the public debate gets increasingly harsh and people find it ok to disparage whole groups without respect of […]
“Welcome home, Åke!”
4.9.2020 – 1.8.2021
At 89 years of age, the Swedish furniture and interior designer Åke Axelsson is still going strong. In a career spanning more than 60 years he has developed a wide range of interiors and furniture. If you go round Stockholm with Åke, visiting some of the interiors he has created – museums, libraries, cafés, restaurants […]
22.10 – 20.12.2020
In the exhibition Phytophilia Sara Martinsen explores how plants and plant fibres can be used, aestetically and functionally with different purposes.
Graduation ’20 – KADK Crafts: Glass & Ceramics
18.9 – 4.10.2020
The Graduation2020 exhibition consists of works made by 13 graduates from the program Crafts: Glass and Ceramics from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design, Bornholm. ‘The exhibition is the culmination of three years of study, where we have been immersed in and challenged glass and ceramics as materials within the fields […]
6.12.2019 – 2.8.2020
In the exhibition ‘OPTUR’ you are invited on a sensuous journey of discovery among quirky ball tracks, big and small colourful visual works of art, ceramic objects and mobiles in motion
4.10 – 3.11.2019
Meet 21 glaze works by Danish ceramicist Gitte Jungersen
16.8 – 3.11.2019
The exhibition ‘Manpower’ presents 64 pieces by Shozo Michikawa and Hans Vangsø
22.3 – 14.7.2019
An exhibition about colours in design, arts and crafts and architecture.
First Movers — in Cairo
20 – 26.6.2019
H.E. Prof. Dr. Khaled El-Enany The Minister of Antiquities opened the showcased First Movers exhibition Thursday June 20 at the Egyptian Museum and so the exhibition returned to where it all started.
5.10.2018 – 28.2.2019
We welcome you to 43 projects within arts and crafts and design, focusing on collaboration and inspiration between Denmark and Japan.
15.6 – 9.9.2018
Why would you have an outdoor cushion box at an exhibition focusing on antique Egyptian furniture? Why do we show a bathtub on lion’s feet?