“Did you know that 15 per cent of the Danish population take an active interest in the art world?” Ole Holger Pedersen, the founder of Midtjyllands Kunst Center, begins. “That’s actually looked upon as a point of pride in Denmark, as it’s higher than the rate in many other countries, but it still means that 85 per cent are rarely, if ever, exposed to exciting art.” This is something that Pedersen, his talented employees and the artists they work with hope to change. “We want to be a place where you can come, have a look round, grab a glass of wine and get lost in the collections with the help of our art experts,” Pedersen explains.