Perhaps one of the best experiences in Copenhagen was visiting the Designmuseum Danmark. The exhibit 'Century of the Child' was an excellent display of innovative design, as well as an examination of the history of design for children. Many of the designs held specific purposes for children, combining design with function and education in order to encourage independent thinking/learning. The truth of the exhibit was immediately evident upon venturing back out into the city. Once I started looking for it, it was easy to distinguish not only great design, but a number of self-sufficient independent children.
The Louisiana Museum was also worth the 20-30 min train ride to see the Jeff Wall exhibit of oversized and incredibly detailed photographs. It was a total accident and a happy surprise to find Yayoi Kusame's Gleaming Light of the Souls as a permanent exhibit, one which I've wanted to see for years.
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