Best of the art for November
Nov 8-9, Sat 17:00-24:00, Sun 12:00-17:00; Odd Fellow Palace, Bredgade 28, Cph K; 50kr
In the stunning surrounds of the Odd Fellow Palace, Art Aid 2014 aims to showcase artists overlooked by the mainstream whilst also raising money for a good cause.
Poetry, readings, music, performances and more will also be on offer.
Saturday’s focus is on an adult audience while Sunday’s will include children’s activities.Aron Bang and Arash Sharifzadeh Abdi bring poetry influenced by Greenland and Iran, while artist Morten Blyme displays work featured in New York and Germany.
Some 30 percent of the proceeds are going to the Greenland Foundation that aims to strengthen cultural links between Greenlandic and Icelandic people. (AC)
Nov 14, 16:00-20:00; Statens Museum for Kunst, Sølvgade 48, Cph K; free adm
Get arty in the evening with SMK’s melting pot of music, literature and culture. Listen to artists talk, get creative at the workshops or relax to the art-DJ’s trendy mixes. (AC)
Seven Sorrowful Songs
ends Jan 11; Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Dantes Plads 7, Cph K
Danish sculptor Morten Stræde is taking over the Glyptotek with seven striking installations. The outlandish pieces shake up the museum’s rational arrangement and bring a chaotic edge to the venue. (AC)
Red Noise Meditation
ends Jan 18, Gammel Strand 48, Cph K; glstrand.dk
Morten Schelde captures nature’s tranquility through simple drawings of Nordic forests, lakes and dense vegetation. Moving from his previous memory-based work, his exhibition ponders the unknown. (AC)
London Toast Theatre– an English Phenomenon in Danish Theatre
ends Jan 31; Hofteatret, Christiansborg, Cph K; 40kr
An exhibition dedicated to the 32-year history of the Crazy Christmas Cabaret containing memorabilia guaranteed to bring back memories. (BH)
ends Jan 1; Charlottenborg Kunsthal, Kongens Nytorv 1, Cph K; kunsthalcharlottenborg.dk
November will be the last month to see how Keren Cytter bends the rules of filmmaking with themes of love, hate, jealousy, and violence before it heads to Chicago. (AC)