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Current exhibitions

Christian Lemmerz & Norbert Tadeusz

Horsens Art Museum presents an exhibition with sculptor Christian Lemmerz and painter Norbert Tadeusz.  October 3rd 2020 - May 31st 2021. In 2016 the exhibition MEAT was exhibited at the Danish Faurschou Foundation in Beijing. Originally, the exhibition included artworks by the German artist ...

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Lars Nørgård – Horsens Art Museums collection

Experience a larger display of the Danish artist Lars Nørgard's artworks from Horsens Art Museums collection.  Saturday the 7th of November 2020 – Sunday the 16th of May 2021. The display presents the museum's own collection of the artist's practice during the period 1983-2019. In ...

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Kærlig Hilsen Hadet

Experience the art project and exhibition “Kærlig Hilsen Hadet” at Horsens Art Museum. The exhibition consists of different medias and genres, for instance written words, photo and sound. On the 24th and 25th of November 2020, the Danish artist and author Tomas Lagermand Lundme visited ...

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Native, Exotic, Normal / Circle of Flags,  2016
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Native, Exotic, Normal / Circle of Flags by Hesselholdt & Mejlvang

Experience the art installation ”Native, Exotic, Normal / Circle of Flags” (2016) by the Danish artist duo Hesselholdt & Mejlvang. The installation is placed in front of Horsens Art Museum, in the park. The artwork has been exhibited widely across Denmark. The first time was in 2016 ...

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Titelløst billede nr. 12, 1990
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Michael Kvium – From the Collection

Experience a large selection of Michael Kvium artworks from Horsens Art Museums collection. Michael Kvium is a Danish artist born in Horsens in 1955. Kvium’s works are seeking the corners of our culture and staging the gloomy and macabre, the moral and physical decay. His visual universe ...

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Christian Lemmerz. Grab. 2009. Horsens Kunstmuseum
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Grab – seven large bronze reliefs

The seven large bronze reliefs “Grab I-VII” was in 2009 exhibited at The National Gallery of Denmark, as part of the exhibition “Largo”. Together the artworks at the exhibition formed a composite image of death as a topic. The viewer was greeted by a shovel, a rose, a coffin, a large bell, ...

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