Work and Play, Over and Over Again: Cabinets by Poul Kjærholm and Danh Vo

Kjærholm and his cabinets

Galleri Feldt’s drawing cabinets were designed by Poul Kjærholm as part of a 1955 commission from the Architecture School at the Royal Academy in Copenhagen. Each composed of an Oregon pine box with nine drawers (built by Rud. Rasmussen) resting on a frame of molded steel angles, they—together with the two desks included in the commission—constitute a crucial step in the designer’s aesthetic evolution...

Autumn exhibition at Galleri Feldt

This autumn, Galleri Feldt is exhibiting several of its most exciting pieces at our gallery in the Nordhavn district of Copenhagen, which is open for visit by appointment (email info@gallerifeldt.dk to set up a time, or to request additional information, prices, and photos). The installation is a study in contrast: spanning the 1920’s to the 70’s, the exhibited works both enhance and challenge each other through differences in material, co...

Galleri Feldt at Design Miami/ Basel 2017

Poul Kjaerholm / Danh Vo / Nico Ihlein

Made of Oregon pine and ready-made steel angels, the cabinets were part of a commission that included desks for professors and students, and which proved critical for Kjærholm’s professional and stylistic development. It capped a period of struggle during which many of his designs—most of which were attempts to create a novel chair—failed to make it past the prot...

Selected works by Nanna Ditzel

For the opening of our new gallery space in Copenhagen we showcase selected works by Nanna Ditzel (1923-2005).

The opening took place on Friday October 7th and is a continuation of our latest show at Design Miami/ Basel in June, arranged in collaboration with Nanna Ditzel Design A/S and Kvadrat A/S, emphasizing the level of innovation inherent in the works by Ditzel.

We have opened this new space with the aim to present more cohe...

Galleri Feldt at Design Miami/Basel 2016

Nanna Ditzel / Grete Jalk / Leonor Antunes / Finn Juhl / Hanne Vedel / Paula Trock

For this exhibition of Design Miami/ Basel, Galleri Feldt presents a fresh, informed take on Danish Modern Design by highlighting the socially engaged and conceptual aspects of works by Nanna Ditzel and Grete Jalk placed in conversation with works by Finn Juhl Hanne Vedel, Paula Trock and contemporary artist Leonor Antunes.

The designs by Nana Dit...

Danh Vo at Mirrored Gardens

For the current Danh Vo show at 'Mirrored Gardens', 2.2.1861, Galleri Feldt has contributed fine examples of Danish Modern furniture. The exhibition is arranged by the contemporary art gallery, Vitamin Creative Space, which opened 'Mirrored Gardens' as an ...

Danish Modern by Per H. Hansen

'Danish Modern' is a recognized term around the world standing for the characteristic style of Danish design created during the 20th century. But what is the story behind it? In the following text Professor Per...