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V1 Gallery
Flæsketorvet 69 – 71 1711 Copenhagen V Denmark CVR, 32471838/ 4533.310.321 /

Founded in 2002, V1 is primarily interested in the nuanced relationship between art and the society it exists within, and the complex discourse between aesthetics and politics. As such, V1 is unafraid of taking risks: the first Scandinavian gallery to exhibit Banksy’s work, it has a distinctly underground, experimental vibe, and prides itself on discovering new talents. From Danish artist Kasper Sonne’s transformative geometric structures and their deeply ingrained sense of conceptual aesthetic, to the provocative Toot Toot Tootsie Goodbye, a group exhibition addressing the traces of Nazi ideology in contemporary society, V1 is the place to explore medium, form and message. Open: Mon - Sat 10am-7pm; Sun 12pm to 6pm.


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Black Box Gallery
Vesterbrogade 101 kld. t.h. 1620 Copenhagen V/ 4522.141.293/

Black Box Gallery promotes digital and new media art. It is a meeting place for people with interest in art and/or these technologies. The ambition of the gallery is to open the eyes of general public to these art forms. This happens both in Gallery shows and through participation in international art fairs. Open: By Appointment Only.


Kunsthal Charlottenborg
Nyhavn 2, 1051 København K, Danmark/4533.744.639 /

Kunsthal Charlottenborg is one of the largest and most beautiful exhibition spaces for contemporary art in Northern Europe. The dutch inspired baroque palace housing the exhibition halls is an addition to the historical Charlottenborg Palace. Since 1883 contemporary art has been presented in the unique exhibition building designed just for that purpose after French example. The exhibition space presents an ambitious program with international outlook featuring talents as well as established stars from both Denmark and abroad. Kunsthal Charlottenborg presents uncompromising and agenda setting art still understandable for everyone. The trendsetting exhibition program is supplemented with a large number of activities like artist talks, performances, concerts and film screenings. Open: Tue-Fri, 11am-5pm.


Gallery Christoffer Egelund
Bredgade 75, Copenhagen, Denmark/ 4533.939.200/

Galleri Christoffer Egelund is a cutting-edge art gallery focusing on high quality Scandinavian and international contemporary art. An experimental and innovative approach is an important agenda in order to constantly challenge the boundaries of the gallery and the art scene itself. The gallery exhibits artworks with a large variety of media e.g. works on paper, photos, paintings, sculptures, performance and video – a unique artistic expression is of most importance. The presented artists have received great recognition from curators, collectors, museums and critics and have been displayed in important collections, Biennials, Art fairs, Art Museums and galleries around the world.Open: Tue-Fri, 11am-6pm; Sunday 12pm-4pm.


Overgaden Neden Vandet 17, DK-1414 Copenhagen, Denmark/ 4532.577.273/

Overgaden annually presents around ten exhibitions of new Danish and international contemporary art and has the solo show as its focal point. With these solo shows, Overgaden produces newly produced contemporary art projects at the highest artistic level crossing media and generations. An important part of Overgaden’s profile also consists of experimenting with exhibition formats and the relationship between artists, art institution, and audience. Open: Tuesday-Sunday, 1pm-5pm; Thursday 1pm-8pm.


Gallery Nicolai Wallner
Ny Carlsberg Vej 68, Copenhagen, Denmark/ 4532.570.970/

Gallery Nicolai Wallner opened in the fall of 1993 with a selection of artists that includes the majority of our program today. The gallery works with a diverse group of artists all working in different media. Accordingly, the artists are defined as a group not as much by a shared aesthetic but more by a common wish to express a content, tell a story and set a mark in an otherwise fluctuating world. Even though the gallery has primarily been built on the ideals of what it means to represent a specific generation of artists over a very long period of time, Nicolai Wallner has also in several instances shown works by older, more established artists. Open: Tue-Fri, 12pm-17pm.


Peter Lav Galleri
Bredgade 65A, Copenhagen, Denmark/ 4528.802.398/

Peter Lav’s focus is on contemporary art photography and the gallery regards it as its task to promote and further the careers of younger emerging artists who are exploring the boundaries of the photographic media. All of the artists represented by Peter Lav Gallery have previously had their work shown in galleries, museums and exhibitions in Scandinavia and throughout Europe. The gallery is a member of Danish Gallery Association, Federation of European Art Galleries Associations.


David Risley Gallery
Bispevej 29, 2400, Copenhagen NV, Denmark/ 4526.163.671/

David Risley Gallery is a contemporary art gallery based in Copenhagen representing new and emerging talent as well as established artists. David Risley Gallery opened in London in 2003 and relocated to Copenhagen in 2009. The gallery regularly participates in leading international art fairs. Open: Wed-Fri 12pm-5pm; Sat 12pm-3pm.


LARM Galleri
Bredgade 73, Copenhagen, Denmark/ 4529.914.657/

A relative newcomer to Copenhagen’s art scene, LARM was founded in 2005. A tiny space at first, the gallery quickly expanded as it profited from a sudden boom in Denmark’s art market. Now an acclaimed space for contemporary art, LARM has already participated in several art fairs such as Volta Basel, Pulse Miami and Preview Berlin. Open: Tue-Fri, 12pm-5pm; Saturday, 12pm-3pm.


Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art
Oslo Plads 1, 2100 København Ø, Copenhagen, Denmark/ 4533.122.803/

The primary purpose of Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art is to show exhibitions rooted in the collective tradition and is especially focused on contemporary artistic communities, artists’ associations and experimental groups and networks.The house is built and owned by artists with the fundamental aim to show the latest in contemporary art. Through approximately 10 exhibitions each year, Den Frie presents an interesting and varied exhibition program with both Danish and international artists, all of which relate to current issues. The house functions as a platform for contemporary art productions with participation of a great variety of artists and close dialogue between artworks, artists and audience. Open: Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun 12pm-6pm; Thur, 12pm-9pm.


Gammel Strand
Gammel Strand 48, Copenhagen, Denmark/ 4533.360.260/

Kunstforeningen GL STRAND is a modern art institution situated in the centre of Copenhagen. Every year GL STRAND forms the setting for 6-8 exhibitions, a varied film programme in the art cinema Kunstbiografen, a meeting-room installation in the Montana Room and a vital programme of events linked with the changing exh­ibitions. The exhibitions are addressed to a wide public and always reflect our own time, either by focusing on art-historical themes in a present-day perspective or by presenting the very latest tendencies on the Danish and international art scene. Open: Tue-Sun, 11am - 5pm.