Tag Archives: photography

Copenhagen: SURFACE

  I’ve always had an ambiguous and uneasy relationship with street art cum graffiti. My emotions range from rage for it’s destructive and threatening karma in public spaces to mild acknowledgment for transforming many urban wastelands into an expressive canvas. I was somewhat torn about visiting DGI-byen’s latest and ambitious photo exhibition, SURFACE, but I’m glad I […]
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Copenhagen in November: Happiness is counted in seconds

For days now Copenhagen has been cushioned and buffered in low cloud, not a hint of a golden ray. Most Danes find November, in any year, bordering on slow torture. Here I differ with my Nordic friends, as I have a growing affection with this sensuous month. For a few hours of dimmed daylight, with only […]
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