Although there is no correct or incorrect way to engage with an exhibition, museum researchers have reported the average visitor spends just 15 to 30 seconds in front of a work of art. What would you see if you spent a minute (or ten) longer? Since 2008, museums around the world have been hosting a Slow Art Day every April 4th. Participants examine five works of art for 10 minutes each—an invite to experience the works, as opposed to simply seeing them. In partnership with LINDBERG, and to celebrate the brand’s exceptional eye for detail, Kinfolk’s creative team toured Copenhagen’s galleries and museums to revisit some favorite statues—and linger over the details we might normally have missed. This post was produced in partnership with LINDBERG. TwitterFacebookPinterest This post was produced in partnership with LINDBERG. Related Stories Design Issue 50 Frama The creative company where community is more than just a mood board. Partnerships Issue 50 Object Matters New light on an old classic. Arts & Culture Design Kunio Maekawa A new exhibition at Kinfolk’s Case Study Room in Tokyo. Design Partnerships Through a Glass Lightly An experiment in transparency, in partnership with Marset. Design Issue 49 At Work With: Muller Van Severen How a home renovation birthed one of Europe’s most distinguished design duos. Design Fashion Issue 49 Reid Bartelme & Harriet Jung An inquiry into costume design.