Laura Lima – The Naked Magician

Laura Lima: The Naked Magician

4 June - 18 October 2015

Flea market finds, textiles, instruments, books, bric-a-brac and bits and bobs from near and far made up the large, immersive installation created by Laura Lima for the x-rummet venue at the SMK. Inside the exhibition, you would find “The Naked Magician” pottering about, constantly creating new objects and making changes to the many materials found there.

The exhibition What's Happening?

What's Happening?

26 March – 2 August 2015

The 1960s and 1970s were an era in which all aspects of human existence were reassessed. Art included. The SMK’s special spring exhibition of 2015 focused on experimental art created between 1965 and 1975, exploring how art met and intersected with popular culture, everyday life, fashion, sexual liberation, and the new women’s movement. The artists featured included Per Kirkeby, Jørgen Leth, Ursula Reuter Christiansen, Bjørn Nørgaard, Lene Adler Petersen, Jytte Rex, Kirsten Justesen and others.

What makes a home?

What makes a home?

11 October - 26 July 2015

We sleep, wake up, brush our teeth, eat, play, and live in our homes. But what really makes a home? And what does it mean to feel at home somewhere?

A exhibition for children invited children and grown-ups to take a closer look at what ‘home’ means in 2014.

Might and Glory

Might and Glory. Dürer in the Emperor’s Service

5 March – 21 June 2015

Symbols of power, tales of war, beautiful ornaments, and enigmatic fabulous beasts all mingle happily side by side in Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer’s quite literally largest-ever masterpiece, The Arch of Honour of Maximilian I from 1515. The exhibition invited you to take an in-depth look at this work, which is one of the absolute highlights of 16th century graphic art.

Exhibition. Mix it up!

Pop-up exhibition: Mix it up!

29. - 31. May


A jogging suit, collages and twenty-two Golden Age skies: thirteen designers and artists created all-new works based on art in the SMK collection. Some of the absolute highlights in the SMK collection were joined by a range of experimental artworks and design products.

 

You could find the exhibition Mix it up! integrated into the museum’s collection displays of European Art 1300–1800Danish and Nordic Art 1750–1900 and Danish and International Art after 1900.

Delve into the archives

Here you can see what exhibitions closed at SMK in 2015. Click on the boxes for the exhibitions and you will see the archived exhibition pages.