Art Park and Art Gallery


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.

Opening Hours

Art Gallery:
Tuesday-Sunday: 12.00 – 16.00. Closed on Mondays.

Art Park:
Open 24/7 all year

Admission Free


Curator Henriette Noermark explains her thoughts about our current exhibition In a Slow Manner. The exhibition will be at Augustiana Art Gallery from 21.05.22 – 07.08.22.

The video is produced by I Do Art Agency and the exhibition is sponsored by Statens Kunstfond & Det Obelske Familiefond.


Rasmus Bækkel Fex

21.05.22 – 31.07.22

Augustiana Art Park & Art Gallery has invited the furniture artist Rasmus Bækkel Fex to create a series of sculptural benches for the park. They will give visitors to the park a chance not only to rest their feet, but also to enjoy an artistic experience.

The work of Rasmus Bækkel Fex (b. 1981) hovers somewhere between art and design, and form and function. The artist regards the furniture as functional sculpture, which you can sit in, look at and contemplate. Fex tends to think out of the box, and loves turning things upside down or inside out. So, the seven benches in the park also reflect new visions of a traditional outdoor bench. Can a bench be a sculpture in the landscape, but usable too? Visitors to Augustiana will discover the answer on 21 May, when the Benchmark project is unveiled in the park.

The shape of the oak benches was inspired by the columned section of the White Mansion.

In a Slow Manner

Astrid Krogh, Justin Morin, Tove Storch, Grethe Sørensen, Margrethe Odgaard, Vibeke Rohland, Anne Fabricius Møller, Valerie Collart, Ditte Hammerstrøm, Sofie Genz

21.05.22 – 07.08.22

The stately rooms of Augustiana will provide the perfect setting for works by a selection of Danish and French artists. With sensuousness, colour and tactility, they all explore the nature of textile art.

The title, In a Slow Manner pays tribute to the 1941 article Handweaving Today by the weaver Anni Albers. With an experimental approach, the exhibition activates the visitors’ senses with an examination of texture, expressed in a series of material-based, mainly textile works. From wall-hung woven works to two- and three-dimensional sculptures, the artists span a number of generations, intentions and expressions.

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New Ceramic Sculptures in the Park

The artist duo Claydies have created three, new, ceramic ‘selfie’ objects for the Augustiana Art Park. They were accompanied by the exhibition En Claydies Affære (A Claydies Affair) in the White Mansion. The newl, selfie-inspired, outdoor works are based on the history of Augustiana, particularly the flamboyant princess and dowager duchess, Louisa Augusta, who lived in the White from 1815 to 1843.

These works by Claydies explore the ‘selfie’ concept and the relationship between viewer and work. Thereby, they spotlight the penchant for self-promotion and the Instagram culture of our time.

Come and visit the Art Park and take a selfie with one of the three ceramic sculptures!

Augustiana Art Park

There are several sculptures in the Augustiana Art Park. You can find their location on our map.

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.

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History of Augustiana

Augustiana is situated in the beautiful mansions of Augustenborg Palace. The history and function of the mansions are inextricably linked to that of the palace.

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