The 'grandmother of performance art', Marina Abramović, is taking up residency in Copenhagen this summer with a major retrospective at Louisiana and a new installation at the Royal Library. We met the curators of both exhibitions to learn more about the way Abramović's work unsettles our typical understanding of art and literature, and how static viewers become active participants
The disappearing goal line: Immigrants complain of “injustice” of ever stricter permanent residency rules
Immigrants who were on track to get permanent residency have had the rug pulled from under them twice in two years, leaving some asking whether Denmark is the right country in which to invest their energy
A 25-year-old producer has been tasked with creating the score for a 400-year-old play. But despite his young age, Mike Sheridan has already arrived at a stage in his career where he feels ready to take on the challenge of creating the soundscape for one of Denmark's most important theatrical events – Hamlet at Kronborg
As Denmark publishes a list of hate speakers banned from entering the country, the government has had to fend off criticism from experts who deem the list "random" and "pointless"
Copenhagen's restaurants are overrated, and New Nordic has become a monoculture, says Michelin-starred chef Paul Cunningham
Danes can bring their foreign spouses to Denmark if they have a well-paid job lined up or if their profession is in demand. The rest will have to prove that their combined attachment to Denmark is greater than to any other country – an impossibility for Danes who've worked their entire careers abroad
We hit the streets during the Distortion street parties in Copenhagen. This is what we saw.
Copenhagen's to get a 280-metre tower in Nordhavn to celebrate H.C. Andersen, 100,000 more trees by 2025, container cities to house students, while two of the city's major urban influencers are in line to win the title Copenhagener of the Year
Billions of kroner in taxes have been lost in a number of scandals affecting the tax authority SKAT. Now a commission will attempt to uncover what went wrong
Sex workers lack the same protections as other professions and struggle to find safe places to work, even though sex work is a taxable profession. Experts argue that legal ambiguities and lingering social stigmas continue to marginalise a vulnerable group
The June issue is on the streets! Read the leader now and find out where to pick up a copy
Two political parties and the Danish Institute for Human Rights are calling for a new action plan on hate crimes to ensure that police take reports more seriously