Danska guldåldrar : Iscensättningar av en konstepok på Nationalmuseum 1964 och 2019
Sammanfattning: Danish Golden Age was the title of two exhibitions at Nationalmuseum in Stockholm 1964 and 2019, that exhibited art from the early 19thcentury Denmark. To a large extent the same artworks were included in both exhibitions, but their display and the general presentation were in many respects different. My paper researches how the objects of art were installed and by what means exhibition architecture, wallpaint, scenography and lighting was utilized in the designing of the exhibitions. Apart from the creation of a spatial and scenographic context for the objects of art, the 2019 version presented a lot of informative text within the exhibition. According to the cultural theorist Mieke Bal there is no neutral context for a work of art but an exhibition is always also an argument and a statement. Every single part of the exhibition is a demonstrative utterance. In both exhibitions colour was utilized in order to create both a sentiment and a narrative. Colour evokes emotions and associations founded in both individual and cultural experiences. By using colours that resembled those found in the paintings, the viewer moving through the rooms, was intended to have the experience to be surrounded by ”Golden Age colours”.
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