For the first time in Denmark and Scandinavia,
Forum Copenhagen, proudly presents the most extensive fair and market place for 20th Century Design, Vintage Photography and Fine Objects in the Nordic countries. Visitors attending The Copenhagen Modernism Show will be able to trace the full impact of the late modernist design movement, from its’ post WWII inception, to the experiments of post-modernity in the 1980’s.
Forum has aimed to gather the most important traders, collectors and aficionados, both on a local, regional and international level. Our goal has been to gather an unprecedented edition and showcase of the most interesting segments of modern design and photography from the 20th Century.
The Copenhagen Modernism Show will present interiors with furniture, lighting, vintage photography, art and outstanding decorative objects, with an emphasis on the above mentioned period, ending at 1990.
We will further attract related areas of business such as interior magazines, auctioneers, publishers, antiquarian booksellers as well as restorers and interior designers who have specialised in the 20th Century era.
The Copenhagen Modernism Show will fill a gap in the Northern European market for 20th Century design, as a meeting ground has not yet existed in a large format. What has been lacking here is a place to gather the sources, traders and the public to fully enjoy and explore the potential of this time in design. Forum aims to become that place and plans to hold the Copenhagen Modernism Show annually in springtime.
The Forum Team has networked the market to select the most interesting collections of Modern Design and Photography, to be able to present a strong edition of exciting displays to the general public, collectors and aficionados alike. At the Copenhagen Modernism Show, visitors will find a surplus of knowledge and insights to the 20th Century era, both from our participating dealers and galleries, as well as through our special projects, which include video presentations and showcases put up by our sponsors and partners.
It is our goal that Copenhagen will become a European beacon for the appreciation of 20th Century design and images, and to create a functional meeting ground for the shared interest and enjoyment of everything exciting and to create a functional meeting ground for the shared interest and enjoyment of everything exciting from this important movement in time.

Show dates:
January 18th - 20th, 2002.
Thursday, January 17th, 2002, 6-9pm.
Opening hours:
Friday and Saturday, January 18-19th 11am - 7pm Sunday, January 20th 11am -6pm

Contact us directly for ticket purchases:
Telephone +45 32 47 20 00 or Fax +45 35 24 00 99
Address of Forum Copenhagen:
Julius Thomsens Plads 1, 1925, Frederiksberg C, CPH, Denmark.
Project Manager:
Bjorn Stern, Email: