Tag Archives: street-art

Copenhagen’s Metro Art: Cool Construction

For the last 8 years Copenhagen’s urban landscape has been transformed as the city’s metro system is being extended. A further 17 underground stations are currently being constructed with a further 15 km of metro tunnel being added on the current line. Many of Copenhagen’s historical sites, squares and public spaces have and are still […]
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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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