On September 16, a special exhibition with the conceptually experimental visual artist and writer, Jørgen Michaelsen, opens which is designed as a total installation
On Saturday 13 May we will open a retrospective exhibition with Kirsten Christensen on the occasion of the artist's 80th birthday. Christensen has gained renewed attention in recent years, and is particularly known for her ceramic images with fabulating compositions.
Peter Linde Busk
This year, you can look forward to exciting exhibitions with some of the country's most significant contemporary artists. On Saturday 4 March we welcome you to a special exhibition with Peter Linde Busk.
– A Circle of Artists
With Holm-Møller's letter archive as a prism, as well as works by the six artists, the exhibition paint a vivid picture of a hitherto undescribed exhibition community in Danish art.
Olivia Holm-Møller - Etchings
Olivia Holm-Møllers raderinger er et højdepunkt i det 20. århundredes danske kunst. I denne udstilling præsenteres et større udvalg fra museets samling.
The Artist and Collector Poul Holm Olsen
As an artist and a collector, Holm Olsen examined the range of human form and scale through af multiplicity of body images.
The Meeting Point
Through a selection of objects displayed on shelfs, this small collection presentation serves as an introduction to the various facets of Holstebro Kunstmuseum's collection.
Undercurrent – Appreciation of Nature and Mental Landscapes
The works of these artists from the museum's collection reflect a special appreciation of nature and a spirituality in which nature is animated by a force beyond human comprehension.
Works by Anna Thommesen from the 1940s to the 90s. Here, you can follow the process from watercolour study and pattern-drawing to yarn sample and finished tapestry.
The March Exhibition 1951-1982
The March Exhibition was one of the most significant artists’ associations of 20th-century Denmark. United in their belief in the tradition-bound nature of art.
Alberto Giacometti - Paris sans fin 1958-65
Alberto Giacometti (1901-66) was not only a sculptor, but also an outstanding painter, draughtsman and graphic artist. The idea for the principal work Paris sans fin arose during a meeting with the publisher Tériade, at which Giacometti, observing the bustling street life of the French capital after a visit to a café, exclaimed: ″Ah! Paris ... Paris without end!″
The Astrid Noack Study Collection
In 1982, the Astrid Noack Scholarship Foundation decided to deposit a large number of the artist’s original plaster models, sketches and archives at the museum: the Astrid Noack Study Collection.
Western African Masks From Poul Holm Olsen's Collection
This exhibition is showing a selection of African masks from Poul Holm Olsen’s collection of traditional African art. Explore the universe of the masks via a screen.
Francisco Goya – Los Caprichos
Goya’s graphic series Los Caprichos bear witness to a wild and restless conceptual world, where nightmare-like visions capture the dissonance in the soul of the Spanish people. In the captions, this occurs with reference to mocking expressions and other sayings.