How do you form your own identity, and what role might art play in that process? That is the focus of the exhibition Abandon the Parents, which opens 23 May.
Art gets queered when the SMK opens its doors on Friday 9 May to welcome everyone to the last SMK Fridays event of the spring. Join us for queer tango, queer-themed films, and a queer DJ set …
Spring is here – and we invite you to join us during the Easter holidays. Let your creativity run riot in the coolest children’s workshop in town, take a look at our exhibition for children, and …
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The Danish Minister of Culture, Marianne Jelved, has appointed Mikkel Bogh director of Statens Museum for Kunst/The National Gallery of Denmark.
One of the main highlights of the SMK’s current exhibition is the opportunity to see Asger Jorn’s largest and arguably greatest work, Stalingrad, The Non-Place, or the Mad Laugh of Courage.
On 7 March we focus on Asger Jorn. We invite you to try out action painting, to take crash courses on this ever-rebellious artist, and to play out football tournaments on a hexagonal table – all of …
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