Denmark’s largest exhibition on Street photography at Øsknehallen. The exhibition “Street Photography 1917-2017 – A Tribute to Everyday Life” displays the range of street photography from both national and international artist. Continue reading “Øksnehallen a Photo story”
I got a Photo feautured on DAC. Sometimes life treats you with little surprises, last week was definitely one of them. One of my Instagram Photos made it into a mini-exhibition hold in the Bookstore of DAC – The Danish Architecture Centre. Continue reading “My Photo Featured at DAC – Danish Architecture Centre”
Capturing Copenhagen on Instagram is done by many. Contemporary architecture with its concrete, glass and steel, and the old collourfull buildings, all are giving great photo opportunities.
Copenhagenize – a term often referred to the Danish culture of bicycling. For some, a term refers to a life philosophy, to others a theoretical approach to city development, and for most Copenhageners and Danes, just a way of living.
The little speciality shop Nu in Jægersborggade is a refreshing little shop. Its bare interior beams of bustling Berlin. In some way the location and the rustic deco is a perfect fit for Nu. The Street has in recent years undergone major changes. A huge part of the process of shaping the street into what it is today is Nu and other little speciality shops and cosy Cafes that’s popped up.
The dual carriageway Bipeengbuen is a gateway to Copenhagen, whose primary task is to solve a traffic infrastructural problem, are for many people considered a structural failure. But in recent years the city is using the city space in new forms, given it new life and functions. Continue reading “Bispeengbuen – Failed Architecture?”
This little sanctuary of a park The Royal Library Garden hidden away in inner Copenhagen is somehow forgotten for many Copenhageners, and maybe more known for the tourist being on guided tours in and around Copenhagen than Copenhageners themselves. Continue reading “A Forgotten Place – The Royal Library Garden”