The ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum is a craftsmanship historical center in Aarhus, Denmark. The exhibition hall was set up in 1859 and is the most established open workmanship gallery in Denmark outside Copenhagen. On 8 April 2004, ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum opened with displays in a spic and span present day building, 10 stories tall with an aggregate floor zone of 20,700 m² and planned by Danish draftsmen Schmidt Hammer Lassen.
Aside from the substantial displays with both perpetual and evolving presentations, the ARoS building highlights an arts shop, a feasting bistro and an eatery. ARoS has a large art collection with works from the Golden Age until today, a changing selection of which are on display in the museum halls. Alongside, themed and changing displays of both Danish and worldwide specialists are introduced, with previous occasions highlighting prestigious craftsmen, for example, Olafur Eliasson, Bjorn Norgaard, Ing Cronhammar, designer Frank Gehry, Paul McCarthy, Robert Rauschenberg, Michael Kvium, H.C. Andersen, Bill Viola and Wim Wenders.
In the present building, the principal themed presentations exhibited a progression of fundamental works by pop craftsmen like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. The same number of other current workmanship displays and historical centers, ARoS likewise pays incredible tribute to design and modelers, once in a while showing engineering subjects presentations.