It seemed a little out of the way, you need to get a train and then a bus. BUT MAN was Arken worth it. Tucked away in the rural outskirts of Copenhagen, you can see a Grayson Perry tapestry, an Ai Weiwei work, an Anthony Gormley sculpture, a large collection of Damien Hirst, as well as plenty of pieces I'd not heard of, but were fantastic.
Totally worth the time and entrance fee, go! The only slight problem was with the commentary on the art, which gave very little insight into the pieces. With work this good, I'd like to see better curating. Still, very interesting.
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