Programme

01.09.2016 - 25.08.2017
  • Exhibition

A Real Danish Family

Danmarks Radio

Statens Museum for Kunst

Kunsthal Aarhus

Gillian Wearing

Entering into a unique collaboration, the Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR), the National Gallery of Denmark (SMK), the City of Copenhagen and Kunsthal Aarhus have joined forces to realise a visionary project by acclaimed British artist Gillian...

31.03.2017 - 03.06.2017
  • Exhibition

The Timeshare Project – Kunsthal Aarhus 100 Years

REAL DMZ PROJECT

Starship Magazine

Oda Projesi & SALT

Rond-Point Projects

Eastside Projects

Like a timeshare holiday home, Kunsthal Aarhus will host five international art institutions in the spring of 2017. Each taking turn, they will present weeklong curatorial and editorial projects in the kunsthal’s octagonal exhibition space,...

05.04.2017 - 01.08.2017
  • Event

ARCHIVE FEVER!

Sound, literature and film programme 2017

Most people associate archives with dust-filled rooms that...

06.05.2017 - 04.06.2017
  • Exhibition

AFGANG 17: some advances in sedimentation / the things that make art

Det Jyske Kunstakademi

some advances in sedimentation / the things that make art presents works by three artists, Tine Adler, Marija Griniuk and Asger Dybvad Larsen, graduating from The Jutland Academy in Aarhus in 2017.

According to German artist Jutta...

26.05.2017 - 31.12.2019
  • Exhibition

Kunsthal Aarhus Sculpture Park

Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec

FOS

Nat Bloch Gregersen & Matilde Mørk

Willy Ørskov

Marking the 2017 centenary of Kunsthal Aarhus, the park surrounding Kunsthal Aarhus has transformed into a sculpture park with works by Danish artists and French designers.

Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec have designed a series of outdoors sitting...

27.05.2017 - 03.06.2017
  • Event

EASTSIDE PROJECTS: USER'S MANUALS DRAFT 7

Eastside Projects is an artist-run multiverse based in a free public gallery in Birmingham exploring and demonstrating ways in which art may be useful as part of society. To this end, the organisation creates user’s manuals as public information for...