Code Art Fair

Free public tours and childrens tours

Our tours provide an excellent introduction to the fair and are a great way to get the most out of your visit, especially if you have limited time. To mark its 20th anniversary, Art Copenhagen introduces two new guided tour initiatives.

Instagram photo safari and workshops for children by Fatamorgana

This year, Art Copenhagen is collaborating with the Copenhagen photography school, Fatamorgana to create fun, educational art activities for young visitors to the fair.

‘Flat Fix’ by Ryan E. Steadman & Ryan Wallace

Code Art Fair is pleased to announce Flat Fix, a new exhibition featuring American artists working with paint across different media. The exhibition has been organised by the Brooklyn-based artist, writer and curator, Ryan Steadman, and the New York-based multimedia artist-cum-curator, Ryan Wallace.

Sound performance by Alexander Tillegreen

As the closing act on the opening day of the fair, Danish visual and sound artist Alexander Tillegreen will give a special electronic sound performance with elements from various new and previous sound installations and compositions, such as voices, historical recordings and field recordings, as well as more musical and synthesized parts.

Performance by Christine Overvad Hansen & Lea Guldditte Hestelund

On August 27, Danish artists Christine Overvad Hansen & Lea Guldditte Hestelund will perform a thrilling new site-specific performance with the suggestive title Rolling with punches.

‘Danmark’ – an exhibition by Mikkel Carl

In addition to bringing more than 45 ambitious galleries from all over the world to Copenhagen, Code Art Fair is presenting two artist-curated exhibitions: Flat Fix by Ryan Steadman & Ryan Wallace (link), and Danmark by Mikkel Carl (link).

Get a look inside Bellarækkerne

Bellakvarter, the new Copenhagen neighbourhood in the making, is taking shape and now a show flat in Bellarækkerne, is ready for visitors and potential buyers. The show flat is decorated by northmodern Brand Ambassador and design studio owner Birgit Tarp, using furniture and interior from northmodern exhibitors.