Mikkel Bogh

Board member Mikkel Bogh

General Information

Born 17 December 1963

Education

2002-2003     The Danish Rectors' Conference's one-year head-of-department programme

1994              PhD-studies at the Department of Arts and Cultural Studies at the University of Copenhagen with scholarship from the Faculty of Humanities (project on Quatremere de Quincy and neoclassicistic theory of sculpture)

1993              Participation in a six-week PhD-summer school with, amongst others, Michael Fried at The School of Criticism and Theory, Dartmouth College, NH, USA

1993              MA Art History, University of Copenhagen

1984-1985     Language programme at l'Université de Dijon, France

1983-1984     Medicine studies at the University of Copenhagen

Current Occupation

2014-             Director, National Gallery of Denmark

Prior Occupations

2005-2014     Rector, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts' Schools of Visual Arts

2003              Head of the Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen. Research director for comparative literature and modern culture in the same place.

2002              Head of the Department of Comparative Literature

2000-2005     Associate professor at the Department of Comparative Literature affiliated particularly to Modern Culture, University of Copenhagen

1997-1998     One year postdoc funding from the Carlsberg Foundation for research project

1996-2000     Associated with Weekendavisen's culture editors

1999-2000     Fixed-term lecturer at the Department of Comparative Literature

1995-1999     Assistant professor at the Department of Comparative Literature, Modern Culture, University of Copenhagen (Leave of absence from July 1997 to June 1998, funded by the Carlsberg Foundation)

1994-1995    Assistant professor at the School of Art History, Aarhus University

1994              PhD-fellowship at the Department of Art History, University of Copenhagen

1990-1994     Associated with Dagbladet Information as an art critic

Other Positions (boards, memberships, etc.)

Chief editor for a series of publications as part of The Novo Nordisk Art History Project

Board member, Else Marie Bukdahl's scholarship for young artists

Board member, Fonden Rådmandsgade 34

Board member, the Hirschsprung Collection (ex officio)

Board member, Overgaden - Institute of Contemporary Art (from 2017 as chair)

Member of the Danish Parliament's Art Committee (ex officio)

Vice Head, the Danish Commission on the Export of Cultural Assets (ex officio)

Board member of Queen Ingrid's Roman Foundation

Board member of the Museum of National History, Frederiksborg Castle

Board member of Ribe Art Museum