The exhibit, set up as a memorial to 12 homicide victims, drew criticism from politicians as well as family members, The Copenhagen Post reported Tuesday.
"The discussion surrounding the exhibition has overshadowed the exhibition itself," a statement issued by the museum said.
The statement included an apology to the families of the 12 women.
"It was a huge mistake that the next of kin were not notified and invited to participate from the beginning," said Birgitte Skallgard, an artist who painted portraits of the victims.
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