Photographs by architect Jens Markus Lindhe portrays the classical architecture of Copenhagen that takes the viewer back to the era of Vilhelm Hammershøi. The famous Danish painter was born in 1864 and lived most of his life in Copenhagen where he died in 1916. By capturing the architecture and interior of Copenhagen, which is still largely in its intact form, Jens Lindhe shows that Hammershøi's motives are still part of the Copenhagen cityscape.
The photo exhibition is on display in Paris at Maison du Danemark between 30th May and 12th June. The exhibition will return to VILLUM Window Collection by August.
The exhibition is a collaboration between Jens Markus Lindhe, Maison du Danemark in Paris and VILLUM Window Collection.