FALLUCKA #10 - Birger Christensen et modehus

De fleste af os kender det legendariske danske modehus og familiefirma Birger Christensen, der i år fylder 150. De har ligget på Østergade (Strøget) altid, og for nogen er det vane at komme der og for andre kræver det overvindelse at gå indenfor i en af Danmarks mest ikoniske modeforretninger. Birger Christensen har gennem tiderne fungeret som leverandør af de mest prestigefyldte pelse, og…

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What is Doubt? ft. FOS (#121)

And we are back! Thanks for hanging in there. Today we have a conversation we’ve been really excited to share with you, with the artist FOS, also known by his government name of Thomas Poulsen. This talk was recorded during the summer when he had a quite ambitious show up at Gallery Nils Stærk here in Copenhagen, and it turned out to…

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BTW - The Virtual Art World

Daniel Birnbaum, Director of Moderna Museet in Stockholm leaves to join the virtual reality company Acute Art based in London. Eric and Ando discuss the future of VR technology in art and the role it already has played.

We are also announcing that Cultural Bandwidth has invited 4 new podcasts to the platform. The Artword, The Conversation (Art Podcast), Art Attack W/ Lizy Dastin and Justin Bua, and the Danish language podcast Lydkunst. Find out more and links to the podcasts on Cultural Bandwidth.

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Roskilde Festival Art Zone 2018 (#120)

The warm months have fully settled upon the land, and with every Danish summer comes the yearly tradition of Roskilde Festival, one of the world’s largest music festivals. Around 130,000 people attend the festival, which is run by a non-profit organization. For many years now they have also had a surprisingly ambitious art zone during the festival, with running themes and critical commentary on social and political issues. This year, for example…

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A Sense of Things ft. Signe Vad (#119)

We have Signe Vad on the show today, which is very exciting, and has been a long time coming. She is an exceptionally hard working artist, with tons of projects always in the works as well has her own production, and she somehow gets it all done. She is a serial collaborator, exhibition space leader and cultural front runner, and we have the pleasure of hearing about it. Our talk is also fascinating because…

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BTW #14 - Anish Kapoor Vs. The NRA

Recently, the artist Anish Kapoor filed a lawsuit against the NRA over the use one of his most famous work in a recruitment campaign. For our long time listeners, I think you might find it Eric and Ando’s opinions on the story surprising. And as always, send us your opinion to the stories that we cover here at By The Way. 

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BTW #13 - "52 & They Are All Against You"

Back with a vengeance is By The Way with episode #13 “52 & They Art All Against You”.  On this episode listen to Eric Wall and Ando discuss what may become the largest US public art project ever. The political Super Pac For Freedoms launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kick Starter to fund 52 billboards by major contemporary artists as a “get out to vote” initiative ahead of the 2018 mid-term elections. Listen in on their conversation as I think it might surprise the you where Eric and Ando stand regarding the project. 

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The Space In-Between ft. Mathias & Mathias (#118)

We are back again today with another super interesting talk, with the artist group Mathias & Mathias. They had a show up at Overgaden a little while back, and we were fortunate enough to have the chance to sit down and talk to them. It was a great conversation, touching on many topics, with a lot of behind the scenes talk, which is always interesting. It’s good to hear from working artists what…

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BTW #12 “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark”

By The Way: A Contemporary Art News Podcast is back with episode #12 “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark”

Join Eric Wall and Ando again as they discuss the basis' of the lawsuit that accuses Jeff Koons and Gagosian Gallery of running a "Ponzi-like scheme". We talk a little about how editions are produced, the difference between…

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