CMYKkld recommended by The New York Times

CMYK KLD. Credit Sofie Amalie Klougart for The New York Times

CMYK KLD
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The antithesis of a white-walled art gallery, this cluttered shop packs nearly every inch of space with works from Danish artists, graphic designers and illustrators. Reasonably priced prints abound, but there are also original illustrations and drawings to be found in the eclectic mix.

Jaegersborggade 51; 45-2162-9563; butikcmyk.dk.

se hele artiklen her:
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/21/travel/in-copenhagen-shops-with-studios-attached.html?mwrsm=Email&_r=1

>Sandra fra ClassicCopenhagen besøgte CMYKkld ved ferniseringen / RECOLLAGE i torsdags

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“One of my favorite stores in Copenhagen is the local illustration art gallery CMYKkld. It is one of those rare and genuine places that make you feel welcome and at ease, and although it is the size of a one bedroom apartment, you can easily spend hours there and still not see everything. Every inch is packed with goodness, originals and prints, posters and independent limited publications. The artwork is crazy inspiring, but the interior is a show in itself: the bookshelves are made from cut up old chairs, and everything has been painted a dark grey, down to the doorknobs, lamps and picture frames…” Se flere billeder og læs den fulde tekst her… Classic Copenhagen og læs evt. mere om den aktuelle udstilling her

Øverst: værker udført af Gina Thorstensen. Nederst original tegning udført af Hanne Louise Nielsen (mål: 30×40 cm, pris: 3.000 kr incl. ramme), denne og mange flere original tegninger fra Gina Thorstensen og Hanne Louise Nielsen kan ses i forbindelse med udstillingen RECOLLAGE frem til søndag d. 3. juli.

>Omtalt på sofiesblog 1. maj med billeder fra bl.a. fødselsdags udstillingen i april 2011

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“I Jægersborggade ligger der en lille fin butik, der sælger en masse forskellige og rigtig flotte print. Butikken hedder CMYK (udtales [smyk]) kld. – formentlig opkaldt efter farvesystemet med primærfarverne gul, turkis og magenta sat sammen med butikkens beliggenhed, nemlig i kælderen…” se den fulde tekst og flere billeder her… sofiesblog