Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen:
(1) Asger Jorn – Restless rebel, 28.2.-1.6.14
„This exhibition presented every facet of Jorn’s extensive body of work – paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, ceramics, architecture, collaborative efforts, photography, texts, and ideas … an artist who was always evolving, always moving … The display ranged from Jorn’s political awakening in his youth to the liberation of colour and form during the Cobra years onwards to his increasingly avant-garde experiments”, www.smk.dk/en/visit-the-museum/exhibitions/asger-jorn-restless-rebel/about-the-exhibition/
(2) Claude L (c.1630): River landscape with herdsmen
Original text: “Claude Lorrrain, 1604/5-1682, Fransk / French. Flodlandskap med hyrder / River landscape with herdsmen. Ca. 1630. Olie på lærred / Oil on canvas. Gave fra Dansk Kunstmuseumsforening og Gustav Philipsens Legat 1956 / Acquired 1956. KMS4898.”
Department: European Art 1300-1800 (Floor 2).