Denmark

A new wave: spate of UK exhibitions signal growing recognition for Inuit and Sámi art

Shows in London, Southampton and St Ives are introducing a wider audience to the work of artists from the far north

Art history sleuths reunite mother with husband and son in 17th-century Flemish portrait

Scholars have pieced together separate parts of painting after 200 years

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How Copenhagen's Chart fair helped transform Scandinavia's conservative contemporary art scene

As the fair celebrates a decade, its director discusses how its future lies in remaining regional and activating the Danish capital

Rector at Danish art academy steps down over royal bust drowned by artist protesting school’s colonial legacy

Row over plaster cast of monarch dumped in the canal escalates after Danish culture ministry steps in

Danish art school on brink of closure after director resigns following misconduct allegations

Open letter from current and former students accuses Fatamorgana's founding director Morten Bo of “unpleasant, degrading, discriminatory” behaviour

More great Danes: new Copenhagen show expands Denmark's Golden Age

Works from the 19th-century helped construct a national identity in Denmark that is ripe for discussion now, says curator

Artist duo Hesselholdt & Mejlvang says Danish museum did not pay them

The artists showed in a group exhibition and delivered two lectures at Aros Aarhus Art Museum

In pictures: how humans have captured the moon, from Galileo Galilei to Camille Henrot

A new show at the Louisiana museum in Denmark gathers 200 different takes on earth’s nearest neighbour

First major retrospective of Marina Abramovic in Europe opens in Denmark

The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in in Humlebæk will stage reperformances of some of her most famous pieces

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Meet the Danish collector whose Hirsts have just gone on show in Copenhagen

Jyte Dresing has loaned eight works to Copenhagen's Arken Museum of Modern Art

Per Kirkeby: His brick work at Tate and his red shadow

Kirkeby speaks to The Art Newspaper about making space in the Duveen galleries and the influence (or lack thereof) of geology and Jung