Augustiana is an historical and architectural gem on the banks of Augustenborg Fjord with a long and varied history and an exciting future as an international art park and art gallery. The focus of the programme is professional contemporary art. Augustiana presents temporary exhibitions in the Art Gallery and a variety of art projects and events in the Art Park.
Corona Passport & Facemask
It is now a requirement that you must be able to present a corona passport at Augustiana Art Gallery, which serves as documentation for either a full vaccination, a negative COVID-19 test or a previous infection. You have to show the Corona passport along with an identity document. You can present a valid Corona passport digitally via the MinSundhed app, on sundhed.dk or physically in paper form.
You’re required to wear a facemask indoors as well.
Tuesday-Sunday: 12.00 – 16.00. Closed on Mondays.
Open 24/7 all year
In the exhibition Transformer, the Danish artist Julie Boserup combines collage and photography in an expanded field, deconstructing and transforming space and architecture.
Using collage as her artistic basis, Julie Boserup creates complex, multi-dimensional spaces. All the works in her solo show, previously shown at Viborg Kunsthal, tackle transformation as a process, in which familiar shapes are transformed into new ones.
The park is open 24 hours a day and worth a visit at any time of the year. The spacious grounds, situated between the palace and the fjord, feature some distinctive works, rare trees and shrubs, and a breathtaking view of Augustenborg Fjord.
In early 2020, Mia Line exhibited her group of sculptures, Head Digger, Dusty, Musty, Musky at Augustiana Art Gallery. She has now recreated the three identical-looking Ibis birds in different poses in an outdoor, 3D-printed version.
The internationally renowned visual artist, Mikkel Carl has created an instillation – I’ll Be Your Mirror – specially for Augustiana Art Park. As the title indicates, the work addresses the relationship between interior and exterior.
2019-2021 art programme in the park is supported by Fabrikant Mads Clausens Fond.