SMK launches a new, experimental social event where languages and cultures come together over art and coffee. All are welcome.
Artist Thomas Seest commemorates the centenary of Denmark's sale of the Danish West Indies to the USA with an unusual work of art. You can view it at the Copenhagen Harbour.
It’s Easter. It’s spring. It’s time to spend time with your family – and get creative! We celebrate the season workshops for children where you can paint with eggs and curry powder and create crazy …
Mount Fuji, cherry trees and "The Great Wave": New exhibition turns back time to show how Western art became influenced by Japanese aesthetics.
View a selection of SMK highlights in an exhibition with special focus on modern and contemporary art.
In 2017 the SMK focuses on geishas, royal portraits and experimental contemporary art.
Listen as SMK’s curators talk about some of the big, amusing and difficult questions about art in a new audio guide at SMK.
National Gallery of DenmarkStatens Museum for KunstSølvgade 48-50DK-1307 København KPhone +45 3374 8494Fax +45 3374 8404Email: smk_@_smk.dkBookingTuesday - Friday 10.00-14.00Telefon: +45 33748484E-mail: booking_@_smk.dkCafé DepanneurPhone: +45 2552 7236Study RoomPhone +45 2552 7213E-mail: studiesal_@_smk.dk
Monday: ClosedTuesday-Sunday: 11.00 -17.00Wednesday: 11.00 - 20.00Admission feesAdults: DKK 110Under 30: DKK 85Under 18: Free1 adult + 1 child: DKK 90 Annual pass holders: FreeGroups (10+): DKK 100 per personMore visiting information
About the website SMK ShopThe CaféGetting hereAdmission and ticketingGuided toursInvoicingJobsPhotos for saleMobilePerspective
If you have question about copyrights and reproduction please contact Copydan: billedkunst_@_copydan.dk
Read about use of images and texts
About the website