Follow the Danish Architecture Centre's current and upcoming exhibitions here. Our exhibitions are displayed in Danish Architecture Centre and at exhibition venues around the world.
Photo exhibition: Abandoned
From 14 July 2016 - 11 September 2016 you can join us on a fascinating exploration of the world’s abandoned buildings and places in the photo exhibition, Abandoned, which presents selected photos by the two Danish Urban Explorers Jan Elhøj and Morten Kirckhoff. It's free to visit the exhibition.
Summer exhibition: Let's Play
From June 23 - October 2 you can experience the exhibition LET'S PLAY that spotlights the question on how can we use urban space as a place for sport and movement. We invite anyone who feels inclined to try their hand at new forms of movement in our temporary, outdoor arena.
The Architecture Biennale 2016
From 28 May - 27 November you can see the Danish contribution to the Architecture Biennale in Venice, Italy in 2016. It is a snapshot of a new humanism in Danish architecture. With a wunderkammerof architectural prototypes, the two curators behind the exhibition are seeking to highlight the humanistic focus of Danish architecture right now.
Dreyer's Architecture Gallery
On 16 September the Danish Architecture Centre will open an exhibition that features an opportunity for a unique peek into the day-to-day reality of three, newly established architectural firms. Admission is free.
CLOSE UP: COBE
On 14 October 2016 the Danish Architecture Centre will open an exhibition about the Danish architectural practice, COBE. In just ten years, COBE have managed to establish themselves as a leading practice with a great understanding of the function of architecture as a social engine.