Weekly Events Aug 7 ::: Aug 13

Posted on August 7, 2006

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Copenhagen – Summer Dance Evenings at Police Headquarters
An evening of dance at Copenhagen’s Police headquarters? Not as bizarre as it sounds. Tim Rushton, a British choreographer who set roots in Denmark and has since dominated the dance scene with his Dansk Dans Teater. Among his goals was to make dance less elitist and offer a taste of it to the Danish masses. His dream has come true and every year DDT stages Summer Dance in open air locations. As far as police stations go, this one is certainly not run of the mill; it boasts an unusual inner courtyard that is worth a visit with or without dance (see photo above).
When: Aug 7 – 13, 9pm
Where: Police Headquarters Otto Mønsteds Gade 4  1571 København V
Free entry if standing room only, for seats at DKK 45 order at BilletNet  

Paris – Artsy Tabloid Photos
The Musée Jacquemart-André is hosting an Artistes & stars par les photographes de Paris-Match, an exhibition of artist portraits taken straight from the archive of infamous French Tabloid Paris Match. The pictures are billed as "astonishing" and feature a plethora of stars, French and other:

Some of these images have never been displayed previously. Over five decades, the glossy weekly’s photographers have snapped unusual shots of some of the world’s best known and most contemporary artistes. These are photographs of actors, singers, dancers, fashion designers, sculptors, painters, writers and composers as you’ve never seen them – the list of celebrities featured includes Brigitte Bardot, Charlie Chaplin, Jean Gabin, Grace Kelly, Sharon Stone, Lou Doillon, Ray Charles, the Beatles, Edith Piaf, Maria Callas, Kyo, Mariah Carey, Christian Dior, Karl Lagerfeld, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro, Fernando Botero and Salvador Dali.

When: Opening Aug 14
Where:  Museum Jacquemart-Andre 158, boulevard Haussmann 75008 PARIS

Milano – Duomo by Night
Via The Economist
Tourists can enjoy a dusk view of Milan’s pollution engulfed sprawl thanks to extended summer opening hours of the Duomo’s rooftop. Or take a closer look at the rose-coloured marble, fantastic gargoyles and 135 spires. The ascent is made via a spiral staircase, or lift if you don’t mind shelling out 2 Euros more.
When: Until August 31st 2006, Wed – Sun 9am to 9pm
Where: Entrance on the left side of the cathedral in front of the Rinascente department store. Tel: +39 (0)2 7202 2656.

Amsterdam – FESTIVAL Zomerstop
Apparently anyone can perform at this festival, no matter their talent or artistic form of expression. The alternative festival of Zomerstop takes place at Desmet Studios and is known for its unpredictability. The festival ends with a party bang this Sunday.
When: until Aug 6
Where: Desmet Studio Plantage Middenlaan 4a 1018 DD
Check the Zomerstop site for how to get there 

 

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