Research centres at the SMK

The 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 its Head of Centre, Chris Fischer. The main objective of the centre is to study and identify the museum’s vast stock of older drawings by non-Danish artists which has hitherto received only sporadic attention. The centre was established thanks to grants from funds and private sponsors.

CATS is a research centre specialising in technical art history. The centre was established in 2011 as a collaborative effort involving the SMK, the National Museum of Denmark, and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art’s School of Conservation. This inter-institutional collaboration was made possible thanks to private sponsorship funds.

Studies in Master Drawings

CASMD

See how the Centre for Advanced Studies in Master Drawings examines the museum’s older drawings.

http://www.cats-cons.dk/cats-conference-2-3-june-2014/

See how the Centre for Art Technological Studies and Conservation assesses, diagnoses, treats, and conserves our shared art heritage.

Research projects

Research projects

Delve into a wide selection of subjects, ranging from the history of the Nordic avant-garde movement to Venetian drawings.