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Upcoming exhibitions

8.11.2018 - 10.3.2019
Life, colour, motion and erotic power pervade the works of Cecily Brown. The British painter (born 1969) is considered as one of the central figures in the resurgence of painting since the turn of the century.
Louisiana On Paper
17.1.2019 - 28.4.2019
The first comprehensive museum exhibition of 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.
28.2.2019 - 23.6.2019
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.
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28.6.2019 - 15.9.2019
Central to this exhibition is art's unique ability to portray our times, as it bears witness to historical events and focusses on urgent agendas. Homeless Souls depicts a world marked by migration, conflict, upheaval and general instability.
22.8.2019 - 26.1.2020
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.
19.9.2019 - 19.1.2020
The painter and poet Marsden Hartley was a highly original artist and a bridge builder between European and American modernism. His role in art history has long been overlooked, but now Louisiana presents the first retrospective exhibition of his work in Europe for over 60 years.
The Architect’s Studio
10.10.2019 - 2.2.2020
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.