The restoration of Albrecht Dürer's masterpiece TheArch of Honour of Maximilian I
5 September-19 December 2014
A huge masterpiece by the Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer had been tucked away in storage for years. In 2014 it was restored to its former splendour – and you coul watch as the deft hands of the SMK conservators repaired tears, bumps, and discolorations.
An abundance of paintings, drawings, photographs, videos, books, words, and sounds fill the x-rummet venue, establishing surprising connections and creating new narratives.
Through the rich and complex accumulation of objects Henrik Olesen explores and interprets the process of emancipation and independence that may – or may not – happen in the life of an andolescent leaving his or her parents to seek out new values.
Asger Jorn – isn’t he that Cobra-painter with the big, colourful paintings? Yes, he is, but Jorn is also much more than that.
This exhibition gives you a 360 degree view of a truly unique figure within Danish art: Jorn experimented with art throughout his life, was politically engaged, and created sculptures, paintings, ceramics, architecture and much more.
Hear the whole story about the world-famous Danish artist Asger Jorn as the SMK celebrates the 100th anniversary of his birth.
The exhibition Tacita Dean – Print Projects presents the British artist Tacita Dean’s work within the medium of print. She collects materials and information – for example at flea markets, where she finds old postcards, advertising materials, and amateur photographs that are used as the basis for new narratives.
With alluring graphic art she investigates the relationship between memory and time, fiction and reality.