The Reformation 500 years
The exhibition marks the 500th anniversary of the start of Martin Luther’s break with the Roman Catholic Church.
In the series, Naevus Flammeus Linda Hansen portrays a number of individuals with birthmarks on their faces. The photographs force us to concentrate on something our gaze, habits and consciousness would rather avoid, compelling us to pay attention. The portraits investigate and challenge the way we perceive people.
Søren Solkær Portraits
For the past 25 years, Søren Solkær has photographed portraits of prominent people.
Photographer Lee Miller: The liberation of Denmark, May 1945
This is an exhibition of photographs of the liberation of Denmark in 1945 by the American-born photographer, Lee Miller.
HRH Crown Prince Frederik – Prince of Denmark
To celebrate HRH Crown Prince Frederik’s 50th birthday, the Museum has curated an exhibition in the Great Hall.
Ralph Heimans Portraits
The Museum is exhibiting an extensive selection of portraits by the Australian artist, Ralph Heimans.
Iceland – 100 Years of Independence
To mark the 100th anniversary of the act that declared Iceland a free and independent state in personal union with Denmark, the Museum is organising a special exhibition about the shared history of Denmark and Iceland.
The exhibition shows an exquisite collection of traditional embroidery from different parts of China.
Women who Change the World
In her 'Women who Change the World' series, the artist Agnete Brinch portrays a number of women both living and deceased, including famous authors, artists and religious personages.