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From October 10th 2019 you can get up close to four ancient marble heads at the Glyptotek.
A personal, ambitious and stunningly beautiful film work.
Selected works from the museum’s storage including pieces by Louise Bourgeois, Astrid Noack, Alberto Giacometti and Eugène Delacroix.
This will be the first time in more than 25 years that it will be possible to experience a special exhibition in Denmark of the French artist Bonnard.
The first special exhibition in Denmark devoted to the culture of ancient Palmyra – an oasis city located in present-day Syria.
Carpeaux, Degas, Rodin, Maillol and Dalou....
150 dreamy works by French artist Odilon Redon.
The exhibition presents some of the Glyptotek’s most important works from the 19th century.
Experience the Danish artist HuskMitNavn’s humorous and telling drawings of the museum’s diverse public.
Celebration and excess in the Roman Empire!
Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) and and his experimental wrestling with the so-called primitive.
The ancient city of Crustumerium with special focus on ideas about life and death in antiquity.
Théodore Rousseau's (1812–67) richly varied life’s work, where landscape painting became fertile soil for wild innovation.
In ancient Egypt, pharaoh was the closest to a god personified. New special exhibition explores the almighty pharaoh from a range of different angles.
Get a unique insight into Ancient Egypt and acquaint yourself with legendary Acient Egyptians like Ramses II, Tutankhamun and Nefertiti.
The exhibition's any archaeological objects tells the story 6.000 years of extensive exchange of goods, knowledge, religious beliefs and ideologies.
Please note that The Danish Golden Age collection is closed temporarily.
A promenade through a millennium’s view of the human being and the artistic representation of human ideals, physical as well as psychological.
Maillol, Picasso, Degas, Matisse, Kai Nielsen, Chapu, Lemmerz, Dubois, Carpeaux, Marqueste, Mercié, Meunier, Rodin, Bissen, Freund, Thorvaldsen...
Experience the famous French artist Edgar Degas' ability to convey the movements of a second’s duration as if they were internal.