At 44Møen we host dialogues on art, talks, performances, guided tours and other events


Tickets of 125 DKK can be reserved at info@44moen-dk (60 DKK under 18 years).


Saturday 9th of September at 2.00 pm

Guided tour of the new 44Møen by Søren Pihlmann from Pihlmann Architects and Marianne Levinsen from Marianne Levinsen Landscape!

Søren Pihlmann. Photo by Lasse Dearman

Marianne Levinsen

Saturday 29 July at 1.00 pm

Artist Alexandra Hunts & professor and black hole researcher at the Niels Bohr Institute, Vitor Cardoso. Moderated by Bjørn Nørgaard.

The Container Academy 29/7. Photo: Jacob Kreutzfeldt

Moderator Bjørn Nørgaard introduces. Photo: Jacob Kreutzfeldt

Vitor Cardoso and Alexandra Hunts in conversation. Photo: Anne Marie Worm




Sound piece: Jacob Kirkegaard, “Dvina”

Dvina is a sound portrait of one of Riga’s most important landmarks: the Daugava River.

The work was originally commissioned by SKAN Festival in Riga and in September 2007. It is now re-enacted in relation to the INTERMEZZO exhibition at Contemporary Art Space 44Møen in collaboration with the 3rd Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art.

Jacob Kirkegaard performing his work "Dvina" at kunsthal 44Møen, 2023, Photo: Thomas Gunnar Bagge

Jacob Kirkegaard, Photo: Thomas Gunnar Bagge

Evita Vasiljeva "If there is something heavy, there should be something light" during Jacob Kirkegaard's performance og "Dvina" Photo: Thomas Gunnar Bagge

Jacob Kirkegaard and Jacob Kreutzfeldt discussing the processes of Kirkegaard's work. Photo: Thomas Gunnar Bagge


Conversation Artist Kristoffer Ørum & associate professor and particle physics researcher at the Niels Bohr International Academy, Emil Bjerrum-Bohr. Moderated by Bjørn Nørgaard.



Conversation: Artist Michala Paludan & professor and climate change researcher at the Niels Bohr Institute, Peter Ditlevsen. Moderated by Bjørn Nørgaard.

Bjørn Nørgaard with artist Michala Paludan & professor and climate change researcher at the Niels Bohr Institute, Peter Ditlevsen. Photo Thomas Gunnar Bagge



SUNDAY 18. JUNE 2023

Round table discussion: Exercises in Respect/INTERMEZZO

René Block (Curator of INTERMEZZO], Anastasia Blokhina & Inese Dabola from Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art, Bjørnstjerne Reuter Christiansen from Superflex + INTERMEZZO Artists. Moderator: Bjørn Nørgaard

Agniya Mirgorodskaya, Anastasia Blokhina, Bjørn Nørgaard and Bjørnstjerne Christiansen in conversation during our opening roundtable discussion the 18/06/2023. Photo Thomas Gunnar Bagge





Kunsthal 44Møen ends this season with a celebration of this year with fabulous exhibitions and lots of happy visitors. Alongside with celebrating this, we also want to look ahead and present our ambitious plans for Kunsthal 44Møen.

We have invited architect Søren Thorup Pihlmann from Pihlmann Architects to present the architectural visions behind the ongoing building project.

Please join us for app. one and a half hour of talks and discussions, and for a drink and celebration.

Entrance is free. Coffee and Tee will be sold to reasonable prices. The event takes place outside under roof, so bring warm clothes.

The event is in Danish.



Every Wednesday and Sunday 3.00 p.m.: free tour and introduction to the exhibitions by manager of Kunsthal 44Møen Jacob Kreutzfeldt.

Tours Wednesday are in English and tours Sunday are in Danish.


SATURDAY 30.7.22 1.00 PM

Birk Horst i dialogue with Bjørn Nørgaard: Art & Death (in Danish)


SATURDAY 16.7.2022

2 P.M. ALICE IN WONDERLAND – Guest performance by Teater Møn

Come with Alice through the rabbit hole to a marvelous land where everything can happen. From 5 years and for everyone who wants to try something new.  


Workshop for all ages: Build your own costumes out of geometric shapes!


About the performance

Come along when dancer and performer Tilde Knudsen unfolds her version of the beloved story about Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.

In this visual and musical reinterpretation of the classic story we meet Alice alone on the stage surrounded by buckets of imaginative costumes in geometric shapes. The stage design is made up of barrels that hide circles, triangles and squares made of fabric and paper – all shapes we know very well. Or do we? Suddenly Alice falls through the rabbit hole! And now she starts folding and forming rabbit ears, trunks and dresses and transforms into the Cheshire Cat, the Caterpillar and all the other iconic characters in from the beloved story. As Alice says: “I know who I was, when I woke up this morning, but I think I have changed several times since then.”

Duration: 40 minutes

Age: for all children and adults from 5 years

Performer: Tilde Knudsen

Costumes: Susan Marshall

Director: Peter Kirk

Composer: Klaus Risager

Choreographic consultant: Liv Mikaela Sanz


About the costume workshop

Costume designer Susan Marshall and performer Tilde Knudsen invite you into the secret world of modular costumes where simple repetitive shapes metamorphose into a variety of different three dimensional forms. Inspired by origami techniques and modular structures, the squares, circles, triangles, crinolines and flexible tubes can be joined together, bent, moved and transformed to unfold new creative possibilities. The workshop offers a playful approach to costume building and storytelling and is open to all ages.


SUNDAY 27.6.22

1 p.m.: Vivian Caccuri in dialogue with curator Julia Rodrigues

2.30 p.m. Miki Yui Concert

Miki Yui plays a concert on the terrace next to the pavilion, in which her subtle acoustic intervention attracts listener’s attention to the actual process in the environment, and transforms the environmental sounds as part of a music.


SATURDAY 26.6.22 – 4 pm:

Grand Opening: Vivian Caccuri – Miki Yui – Birk Horst

with DJ-set by Estúdio 0SS0


SUNDAY 26.9.21 – 2 pm:
Filmscreening: The Picturesque Beast

The Picturesque Beast is a multi-narrative film that follows an anthropomorphic wolf-like figure whose purpose is to capture the sublime nature. Set in two parallel worlds, the early Danish Golden Age (romantic era) and in a not so distant hyper-technological future.

In the story, we meet the young painter Christopher FenDweller – loosely based on both the Fenriswolf and the Golden Age painter C.W Eckersberg – working in his studio at the art academy at Charlottenborg. At the studio, he is frustrated by the lack of natural content in his paintings and decides to go on a study trip to the island of Møn to explore and encapsulate the picturesque nature. 



15.9.21 – 4 pm:
Concert: “Do, Re, Mæh…”

Hårbølle Mejeri, Kunsthal 44Møen and Henning Christiansens Archive presents a concert with 48 sheeps at Hårbølle Mejeri.
Part one: Henning Christiansen’s “Schafe Statt Geigen”, 1988.
Part two: Josefine Dalsgaard (viola) and Jonas Lyskjær Frølund (klarinet) works by Jørgen Bentzon, Gunnar Berg, Darius Milhaud og Igor Stravinsky.


SUNDAY 08.08.21, 2 pm:
From the earthly surface up to the heavenly surface

A conversation with astrophysicist Anja C. Andersen, theoretical physicist Poul Henrik Damgaard, sculptor Nanna Abell and sculptor Bjørn Nørgaard

About exact and intuitive knowledge
About mass and surface
About gravity and stardust

The event will last approx. one hour in danish.
Entré is 50 dkk – Friends of the house are free
Coffee will be served and wine can be bought


SATURDAY 31.07.21, 2 pm:
The mental iron curtain ?
In relation to the exhibition “Brittle Power” presenting Bulgarian contemporary art – the sculptor Bjørn Nørgaard has invited East-and Central Europe expert Søren Riishøj to a conversation at Kunsthal 44Møen.
Riishøj is a lecturer at SDU, past member of Parliament and former commentator at DR and presently the editor at newsmedia

The event will last approx. one hour in danish.
Entré is 50 dkk – Friends of the house are free
Coffee will be served and wine can be bought


SATURDAY 03.07.21, 2 pm:
Art from the diasporic inbetweenness – The travelling memory and cultural translation in the work of artists from former Yugoslavia residing in Denmark.
Scolar at University of Copenhagen and National Gallery of Denmark, Tijana Mišković will give a talk about her PhD. project titled as above.

The event will last approx. one hour in danish.
Coffee will be served and wine can be bought
Free entrance


SATURDAY 26.06.21 – 2pm:
A afternoon about green-ear composer Henning Christiansen. Thorbjørn Reuter Christiansen will talk about former and new publications from Henning Christiansen Archive that

The event will last approx. one hour in danish.
Entré is 50 dkk – Friends of the house are free
Coffee will be served and wine can be bought


SATURDAY 5.6.21 11am – 5pm:
2 pm – Walk & Talk with Luchezar Boyadjiev – in the exhibition “Brittle Power”
3 pm –  Presentation and conversation – by curator Vesselina Sarieva and the artist of “Brittle Power”, Luchezar Boyadjiev, Pravdoliub Ivanov, Mariana Vassileva, Rada Boukova, Vikenti Komitski



Every Thursday and Sunday at 1 pm. arthistory-student Una Lind Oldaker will give guided tours in this seasons exhibitions
Other requests for guided tours can be directed to;


In the weeks 28, 29, 30 for children in the age of 5-12 years.