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News archive

All published news will be found in this section

5.7.2023 |
Bronze portrait of Septimius Severus

11.4.2023 |
From Swamp To Temple Of Beauty

3.1.2023 |
Restructuring of Free Day at the Glyptotek

16.12.2022 |
Programme for 2023

24.11.2022 |
New exhibition: Amarna – City of the Sun God

18.10.2022 |
The Art of Conserving a Masterpiece – A New Special Exhibition at the Glyptotek

10.10.2022 |
Newly Acquired Drawing by Paul Gauguin Conceals the Story of a Unique Woman

19.7.2022 |
Summer Classical Music Festival at the Glyptotek

9.6.2022 |
The Glyptotek Wins Art Critic Award

30.5.2022 |
A Clay Studio for Children at the Glyptotek

5.5.2022 |
Bes Exhibition Opens in Hannover

28.05.2022 |
New Life for 4,000-year-old Wooden Sculptures from Ancient Egypt

8.4.2022 |
Notable Work by Gauguin Acquired for the Glyptotek

31.3.2022 |
Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Turns 125

29.3.2022 |
Special exhibition about Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen travels to Ribe Art Museum

25.3.2022 |
Gauguin exhibition opens at the Alte Nationalgalerie in Berlin

10.3.2022 |
The Glyptotek has acquired a new painting by Christen Købke

08.07.2021 |
Critically-acclaimed Gauguin exhibition to Berlin

19.04.2021 |
The Glyptotek Opens on 21 April

08.12.2020 |
The Glyptotek will close temporarily…

07.01.2020 |
New Director of the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek

22.08.2019 |
Christine Buhl Andersen appointed new Chairman of the New Carlsberg Foundation

29.11.2018 |
The Glyptotek adds important piece by Rousseau to its collection

04.09.2018 |
The Glyptotek’s Gauguin Collection is Travelling to the USA

18.04.18 |
Unique collection from Palmyra on loan to America

About the museum

Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek was founded by the brewer, Carl Jacobsen (1842-1914), who was one of the great industrial magnates of the 19th century and the greatest art patron Denmark has seen.


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The Glyptotek’s superlative collection contains both art and archaeological objects and offers ever new perspectives on life, culture and civilization through a time span of 6,000 years.