Koh-i-noor is one of the oldest non-profit organizations and previous independent
project space in Copenhagen run by a group of artists based in Copenhagen and
Koh-i-noor was founded in 2004 and has since then produced a number of
exhibitions, discussions, film screenings, and performances.
By the February 1st, 2013 Koh-i-noor moved out of its premises on Dybbølsgade 60
in Copenhagen V. Until finding a new space, stay tuned online via our website for
more news about our future activities!
Koh-i-noor aims to provide and uphold a collaborative, process-related,
informal platform for open thought, information exchange, spatial experiments,
interdisciplinary approach and to maintain a reflection on contemporary art. Although
operating within an international network, Koh-i-noor’s activities are also informed
by and related to its local context and situation. The focus of Koh-i-noor is to
create a space for experimentation and to have an influence on the discourse of
contemporary art. Koh-i-noor seeks to ensure a critical distance and take position
towards contemporary cultural and social conditions.