Politiken Peoples Choice 2013
The winner of this years Peoples Choice was Bob Atisso from Togo.
"In the Mind of the Mask"
Every single meeting shapes us one way or another because there is no useless on earth. We are all uncompleted human-beings.
“CPHSAND 2013 – Myths & Legends”
17 May to 25 August 2013
Copenhagen International Sand Sculpture Festival 2013 is one of the largest and most spectacular sand sculpture events taking place in North Europe. The sculptures are created by some of the world’s most talented sand artists.
The festival will be located at Havnegade opposite no. 41 in the heart of Copenhagen City surrounded by the port channel. The city and the water are beautiful pearls which form an architectural frame around the fantastic sculptures.
The guests said about CPHSAND in 2012
"You have to see this amazing place!"
"I am happy I got to see it"
Wow - it is like a fairy tale and fantastic made"
Myth & Legends
The theme for Copenhagen Sand Sculpture Festival 2013 is Myth and Legends. A long maze will bring the guests through a journey from Icelandic Legends and Greek Myths.
The sand artists
We have invited the world’s best performers within the field of sand sculpturing to join our festival and design the sculptures. The artists are capable of combining the artistic discipline together with the special technique required when sculpturing in sand. Hard physical work is involved to tamp the large quantity of sand and hereafter creating the finest details such as eyelashes.
Children and young at hearts
The journey through the fantastic sculptures will for sure inspire you to do your own sculptures with sand. Therefore we have set up a huge sandbox, where you can test yourselves within the art of sand sculpturing.
Beautiful located café
The cafe invites all of your senses for great food, drinks, a chat or maybe just a cup of coffee at the café placed next to Copenhagen harbor. You can enjoy the warmth of the sun or sit under the shadow of the Bedouin tent.
The café will be open every day from 10 – 22 hrs.
Don’t let the weather interrupt your visit, as a special technique ensures that the sculptures can stand against the wind and rain. So if it should rain just remember to bring an umbrella.
Dogs are not allowed.