Discovering and photographing the unknown beauty of Europe
What else is there to see in ARoS? A lot actually!
First of all, there are three permanent collections: The Danish “Golden Age” (1770–1900), Danish Modernism (1900–1960) and Contemporary Art. Actually, before I visited ARoS, I knew little about Danish art and I think these collections are a very good introduction to it.
But ARoS also exhibits international art, usually during changing exhibitions. When we were there, we saw some interesting stuff of Tony Oursler, a multimedia artist and Søren Elgaard, whose exhibited work was a personal interpretation of metropolises all over the world. On the lowest level of the museum are The 9 Spaces, which showcase international light and video installations from for example Bill Viola and Olafur Eliasson.
14 euros is not cheap, but if you are interested in modern and contemporary art, it is really worth it. You can also find a cafeteria, a restaurant and a beautiful gift shop in the building.
The pictures I selected for this post are from art works that made the biggest impression on us.