Exhibition policy

Temporary exhibitions take the Museum’s remit as their objective, namely the Funen Painters’ circle along with the sculptor Kai Nielsen and the Museum as ‘Gesamtkunstwerk’. From these starting points it is possible to establish links to contemporary culture. This applies to the positioning of the Museum and its collection within literature at the time, in the context of artists’ colonies around 1900 and in social developments, regionally, nationally and internationally. The remit also encourages exhibitions which offer a perspective on contemporary art.

EXHIBITIONS CAN BE:

  • Single subject, thematic and/or historical temporary exhibitions on graphic design, painting sculpture and design.
  • Retrospective exhibitions which move across time.
  • Contemporary art exhibitions which touch upon aspects of the Museum’s collection and architecture.
  • Exhibitions which offer a perspective on the Museum’s specialisms and international art.