Michael Kvium has created new paintings made especially for Ordrupgaard. In recent years, Kvium’s art has taken a turn in an entirely new direction. Birch trunks, sheep, sky and landscape are among his new motifs. Kvium probes the very meaning of nature and landscape painting. None of the paintings have been shown to the public. At Ordrupgaard, they enter into an installational dialogue with the architecture of Zaha Hadid’s innovative extension to the museum.