THE STUDY concept was launched in 2008. It is a space made available for smaller, experimental exhibition projects, which are not necessarily part of the museum’s planned exhibition schedule and often taken in at short notice. It is a space for younger artists, who can use it as a platform to establish themselves, but also gives well-established artists the possibility to experiment with new ideas, for example in connection with longer, more complex projects. The Study is the museum’s outpost, which paves the way for new tendencies and directions.
THE STUDY signals the experimental character of projects and supports the significance of work-in-progress. It could be a space where the artist explores the way in which works are met by the public, where the public themselves are involved in some way or where the actual room itself could be the object to be explored. The space should not be considered to be an extension of the artist’s studio, but a place where initial statements can be tested.
THE STUDY is the artists’ own space, where both costs and administration are kept to a bare minimum. On the other hand, the function of the space and its accessibility is extremely flexible. All professional working artists can apply to exhibit in The Study provided projects are of an experimental and innovative nature.
The next available exhibition slot for The Study is Autumn 2021.
If you are interested in applying, please e-mail detailed information about the project along with images/sketches to Sandra Blach: email@example.com
Applications are evaluated twice a year, normally in April/May and October/November. Applications may be sent to museum at any time.
PAST STUDY EXHIBITIONS:
Study exhibition with work by MICHA KARLSLUND 11.10.-31.12.2014
As an artist Micha Karlslund goes her own ways. For a period of time she has worked with painting. This has led to new forms of expression and ways of working with glass – her primary material.
A STUDY EXHIBITION BY STINE BIDSTRUP
Since 2007, Danish artist Stine Bidstrup has been working on a series of related works called Studies in Search of Order and Chaos.
Danish artist, Lotte Thorsøe, has left blown glass for a while and ignored traditional expectations. Instead she has found inspiration in dead animals, the smell of steaming blood and the elegancy of the work, performed by the local butcher.
KAREN LISE KRABBE
“The Gift” was an experimental exhibition with work by Danish artist Karen Lise Krabbe. In the exhibition, guests were given a rare view into the artist’s working process from the first experiments to the finished piece.
OPENING HOURS AND PRICES
01.11 – 31.03: 10 – 16 WED – SUN
01.04 – 31.10: 10 – 17 DAILY
01.07 – 31.08: 10 – 18 DAILY
01.04 – 31.10: ADULTS DKK 120/Euro 17
01.11 – 31.03: ADULTS DKK 85/Euro 12
CHILDREN 6 – 17 YEARS: DKK 30/Euro 4
GROUPS: (min. 20 people) 20% discount
CARERS for disabled visitors: Free
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