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To celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Denmark's Louisiana Museum of Modern Art--originally designed in 1958 by Wilhelm Wohlert and J0rgen Bo, and widely considered one of the most intimate, personal and contemplative venues for Modern and Contemporary art to be found anywhere in the world--photographers Tine Harden and Ole Frederickson and writer Freddy Langer have collaborated on this meditative volume, which captures the spirit, the landscape, the stunning views, the architecture and the people of this unique institution. Designed to evoke the state of mind one enters along the short walk from the Humlebaek train station to the building, The Most Beautiful Museum In the Worldis an intentionally modest publication. The opposite of a lavish coffee-table book in both size and essence, it reflects the museum's longstanding efforts never to appear more important than the art it presents--despite its historical significance.