Past exhibitions 2011

Re:Constructed Landscapes

Re:Constructed Landscapes

2 November – 30 December 2011

 

We have joined forces with CPH:DOX to commission three works created by artists and filmmakers working in close collaboration.

 

Cross-pollination between art and film has always been of great importance to experimental art and the art cinema genre alike. Now, this field appears to have been rediscovered by younger filmmakers and artists collaborating to produce new works.

Woodcuts - from Dürer to Tal R

16 April - 4 September 2011. The Royal Collection of Graphic Art


The exhibition shows selected highlights from the history of woodcut and focuses on those times when woodcut played a central part on the art scene, i.e. the 16th century and the late 19th century. Many contemporary artists also use the woodcut technique today. Tal R is one of them.

Abildgaard - Open Studio

Abildgaard – Open Studio

1 March 2011 - 24 June 2011

You can follow the restoration of three Danish masterpieces of Nicolai Alidgaard (1743-1809) in an open studio at the museum. Here museum visitors can watch the works undergo their gradual transformation. Regular information updates will follow both at the museum and on this website.

Every Wednesday at 3 p.m., conservators will tell visitors about their work and progress.

Bob Dylan. The Brazil Series

Bob Dylan. The Brazil Series


4 September 2010 - 10 April 2011


Bob Dylan has been a prolific painter and draughtsman since the 1960s. The multi-talented artist has, however, long kept this lesser-known aspect of his work to himself; only over the course of the last three years has he appeared in public as a painter, exhibiting watercolours and drawings. This exhibition presents Bob Dylan's large-scale paintings for the first time ever.

Picasso. Tales from the Labyrinth

Picasso. Tales from the Labyrinth

16 October 2010 - 27 February 2011
The Royal Collection of Graphic Art

 

The majority of the Picassos housed at the Royal Collection of Graphic Art hail from the pre-1950s era. As a result, the exhibition Tales from the Labyrinth traced the overall lines of development that characterise his work from the first half of the 20th century, particularly within graphics.

Danh Vo. Hip Hip Hurra

Danh Vo. Hip Hip Hurra

20 November 2010 - 20 March 2011

The exhibition "Hip Hip Hurrah” marked Danh Vo’s first solo representation in Denmark. The festive title applied to the displayed works deliberately played with – and challenged – the most basic and simple definitions of identity and the personal. The exhibit comprised seven works, six of which were all-new

Delve into the archives

Here you can see what exhibitions closed at SMK in 2011. Click on the boxes for the exhibitions and you will see the archived exhibition pages.