How do Andy Warhol, Helen Chadwick, Emil Nolde, Picasso, Bonnard, Matisse, Francis Bacon and Frida Kahlo portray themselves – or artists like Nan Goldin, Catherine Opie, Marc Quinn, Sam Taylor-Wood, Elina Brotherus and Elke Krystufek? You can see this at the exhibition Self-Portrait with 150 works by 20th century masters.
How do we experience contemporary art? And vice versa: how does contemporary art relate to the world we live in? Explore the subjects that occupy contemporary artists.
Louisiana’s architecture and collection
With reference to Louisiana as place and collection we take a closer look at what types of works we encounter in a museum like Louisiana. We look at how they are presented and how they interact with the surroundings.
Louisiana sculpture park
We often encounter sculptures in passing – in parks, in city spaces, in squares and in front of buildings. Explore the shapes of modern sculptures, materials and themes in Louisiana’s sculpture park.
The language of the body
Does the body have it’s own language? What ideals laid the ground for our understanding of body and identity? Louisiana’s collection counts a number of works that has the body as focal point.
Asger Jorn and the collection
Color explosions and myriads of figures. The Danish painter Asger Jorn releases new forms of imagery in his exploration of the possibilities in painting. Form and colour seem to struggle to obtain power when Jorn interprets the world.