The sculptor Sif Itona Westerberg is taking the Danish art scene by storm. She works with motives from the world of Ancient Greece, but instead of smooth marble, she creates a contrasting expression with reliefs carved in aerated concrete.
Hear Westerberg talk about her practice and her passion for ancient art and mythology when the Glyptotek and Art Week invite you to an artist talk in the Glyptotek’s Central Hall. The talk will be in Danish.
Host of the evening is journalist Maja Nyvang Christensen, program planner and radio host at ‘Kulturen’, DR P1.
Art Bar at the roof top terrace
From 5 – 9 pm you can join the Art Bar at the roof top terrace. Enjoy delicious snacks, a cold drink, and the stunning views over the roofs of Copenhagen.
My Glyptotek is a series of portrait interviews where artists and creatives talk about their artistic practice and relation to the collections, history, and buildings of the Glyptotek.
About Sif Itona Westerberg
Sif Itona Westerberg is a trained sculptor from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Her works are based on ancient Greek myths and thematize modern man’s impact on nature and the lurking climate disaster. Sif is also known from the DR series ‘Kunstnerkolonien’ and in 2021 she presented the exhibition ‘Immemorial’ at ARoS.
Thursday 8. June at 17-18
The talk is in Danish, but the Art Bar can be experienced without language skills
The Art Bar is free after bought entry ticket, the talk requires separate ticket
Dantes Plads 7
1556 København V
Level-free access – no, but lifts and elevators to most exhibitions
Handicap toilet – yes
Free for companion – yes