Danish and International Art after 1900

Due to construction work the exhibition is temporarily closed from January - May 2017

Permanent exhibition with artworks from the Collections
Modern art from the 20th century and the very latest contemporary art now fills the exhibition rooms of the Gallery’s white building, offering a wide-ranging display of the main movements within Danish art. The exhibition includes rooms focusing on major individual figures, on collective movements, and on important works and trends from the international art scene of the period.

Move through time – the long corridor is a timeline
The long walkway extending through the building acts like a kind of timeline. As you move through the large exhibition rooms facing the Østre Anlæg park you also move chronologically through a sequence of art from the early 20th century to the present day.

The large exhibition rooms offer visitors the chance to orient themselves and get an overview of art from the early 20th century to the present day. Each room presents a specific period. The smaller rooms on the other side of the corridor offer visitors the opportunity to focus on tendencies, groupings, artists or particular issues.

Danish and International Art after 1900
© Max Ernst (1891-1976), Two Sexless Figures. Chimerae, 1933.

About the display

A chronological display that allows scope for exploration.

Highlights

Highlights

Explore the Gallery's masterpieces.

Practical information

Please note: We're building a new, environmentally friendly, air conditioning system. The exhibition Danish and International Art after 1900 will be closed till May 2017.

Practical information


Opening hours
Tuesdays – Sundays 11–17
Wednesdays 11–20
Mondays closed

Admission fee
Adults: DKK 110
Under 30: DKK 85
Under 18: Free
1 adult + 1 child: DKK 90
Annual pass holders: Free

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Foundations

Thanks to

The Obel Family Foundation and the A.P. Møller and Chastine Mc-Kinney Foundation, both of which have supported this exhibition.