Research centres at the SMK

SMK is home to two research centres: the Centre for Advanced Studies in Master Drawings (CASMD) and the Centre for Art Technological Studies and Conservation (CATS).

CASMD was set up in 2002 by Senior Researcher Chris Fischer. The main objective of the centre is to study and identify SMK's older drawings by non-Danish artists. Hitherto this considerable part of the museum's collection only received sporadic attention. The centre was established with grants from funds and private sponsors.

CATS is a research centre that specialises in technical art history. The centre was established in 2011 by SMK, the National Museum of Denmark, and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts - Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. This institutional collaboration was made possible via private sponsorship funds.

Studies in Master Drawings

CASMD

See how a range of SMK's older drawings are examined at the Centre for Advanced Studies in Master Drawings.

www.cats-cons.dk/

CATS

See how the Centre for Art Technological Studies and Conservation diagnoses and treats our cultural heritage.

Research projects

Research projects

Find a wide selection of subjects from the history of the Nordic avant-garde to Venetian drawings and Tizian's portraits.