DANISH ROOTS AT WINDSOR: Vero Beach, Fla., might be the antithesis of Copenhagen, but that did not deter Galen and Hilary Weston from whisking in Danish chef Mads Refslund of Noma fame for a private dinner at their home at Windsor. The gathering celebrated the debut of the “Per Kirkeby: Echo of the Light” exhibition at the Gallery at Windsor, which will be on view through April 29.
Inspired in part by his travels to Greenland and the Arctic, the show features paintings and monotypes from the past 25 years and was co-curated by Olivier Berggruen and Kadee Robbins. They were among the guests with Anh Duong, Anne McNally, Anne Pasternak, Paul Renwick, Beth Rudin DeWoody, Allison Sarofim and others. Bronson Van Wyck helped to bring it all together.
The Copenhagan-based artist Kirkeby was not in the crowd, but fans will get a closer view of him in “Man Falling,” Anne Wivel’s documentary about his return to the art world after a severe accident. The international rights to the film were recently acquired by the French firm Wide House.