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Current exhibitions

1.3.2019 - 22.9.2019
The first major presentation in Denmark of the Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist (b. 1962). The exhibition revolves around themes such as the body, technology, space, gender and nature — and spans the whole output of the artist’s oeuvre, from early works in the TV format to large spatial video and audio installations.
Louisiana On Paper
17.1.2019 - 28.7.2019
A new and focused view on Danish artist Dea Trier Mørch's graphic art. With her pictures of childbirths and pregnant women, Trier Mørch brought a whole new dimension to a visual culture where the story of this universal aspect of the human condition had hitherto remained surprisingly untold.
Nuka og hans brødre og søstre, 2017 Olie på lærred, i kunstnerens eje © Liu Xiaodong Foto: Anders Sune Berg, courtesy Faurschou Foundation
21.3.2019 - 10.6.2019
Liu Xiaodong (b. 1963) is one of China's pre-eminent contemporary artists. His masterly and often large-scale paintings depict scenes of modern life around the globe. Louisiana presents a new series by Liu from an expedition to Uummannaq, Greenland.
24.5.2019 - 18.8.2019
This summer presentation of works from Louisiana’s collection tells the story of how and what we see when looking at art. On show in the West Wing and comprising six themes, this presentation boasts a number of remarkable recent acquisitions by George Condo, Sam Gilliam, Wolfgang Tillmans and David Hockney. Comprising some 90 works the...
7.12.2018 - 28.7.2019
Louisiana presents a thematic display, which focuses on the artistic movements and the artists that shaped the beginning and the early history of the collection. In the East Wing you will find a selection from the historical part of the Louisiana Collection, centring on some of its core areas – European and American art from the post-war years,...
1.3.2019 - 2.6.2019
Works by German artist Hans-Peter Feldmann (born 1941) have become an increasingly popular part of Louisiana's collection over the past few years. It is obvious to see why, now that these works have been gathered in a presentation on show at the far end of the South Wing. The warmth and humor that underlies the art of Hans-Peter Feldmann were, for...