Holstebro Art Museum shows Danish art and crafts from the 1930s to today, told by a few but important artists, who like to show retrospectively and with many works.

In addition, the museum displays collections of traditional non-Western art. The museum thus visualizes art as a universal phenomenon: that people everywhere and at all times have a fundamental need to express themselves. Holstebro Kunstmuseum has also, relatively early on, strived for a balance between different forms of visual arts and so-called handicrafts.

Please note that not all of the museum's artists are on display. A complete overview of the museum's artists and works can be found in Kunstindeks Danmark (KID) & Weilbachs Kunstnerleksikon.