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Current exhibitions

21.2.2020 - 21.6.2020
The exhibition takes a close look at Per Kirkeby’s (1938-2018) bronze sculptures and the artist’s work with figure and space that also occupied his painting in the early 1980s. While the bronzes have often played a supporting role in shows of his work, this exhibition will present a majority of Kirkeby’s sculptures.
23.1.2020 - 17.5.2020
Light effects, mists, colour trails & reflective optical illusions. The Belgian artist Ann Veronica Janssens' (f. 1956) mission is to push our perceptions of the known. Although her art is not easy to classify, its effect on us as viewers is not to be mistaken; it aims to locate us precisely at the spot where we open ourselves up again.
Louisiana On Paper
23.1.2020 - 26.4.2020
To express what she considered the basic nature of humanity, the American artist Nancy Spero (1926-2009) in her final years entirely stopped representing men in her work. Spero was a feminist pioneer and an activist, and in the 1960s she levelled her art against all existing power structures, notably political oppression, racism and male hegemony.
22.8.2019 - 8.3.2020
A visual shell shock: With 'Generation Wealth' Lauren Greenfield has created a unique document of the recent decades' crazed consumerism in a world, which is increasingly obsessed with the dream of looking both beautiful and rich.
The Architect’s Studio
18.10.2019 - 5.4.2020
The Mexican architect Tatiana Bilbao (b. 1972) explores and interprets her home country's historical culture and building traditions. The landscape plays a crucial role in her work and she works with it on various scales — from the Mexican countryside through urban landscapes to the 'internal landscape' of the individual building.