Take an iPad on your tour
Art meets technology on the iPad as we at the Gallery strive to present art to you in new and surprising ways. Borrow an iPad from the ticket desk and take it with you as you explore the collection of Danish and International Art after 1900.
Presenting art in new ways
The British artist David Hockney has proven that new art can be created on the iPad. Now, we at the Gallery show that the iPad can also be used to present art in new, surprising ways.
Borrow an iPad from the ticket desk
In our presentations of the permanent collections we endeavour to make the works come alive in interesting, relevant and thought-provoking ways. Our most recent initiative allows visitors to borrow an iPad from the ticket desk, giving them access to a wealth of additional information as they explore the collection of Danish and International Art after 1900.
A mobile archive
The 20th century saw a wealth of events that changed the world, and this is clearly evident in the art produced. The iPad allows visitors to explore the relationship between the work of art and its wider context; you can focus on individual works of art or put it into perspective by watching materials from its day – such as newspapers, magazines, record covers, photographs, etc. Usually, such historical materials are hidden away in archives where only a few particularly dedicated people would find it. Here, it is readily available.