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Upcoming exhibitions

1.3.2019 - 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.
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.
Louisiana On Paper
13.6.2019 - 22.9.2019
Louisiana presents the first exhibition in Scandinavia with Austrian avantgarde-artist Birgit Jürgenssen. Her acerbic and humorous work revolves around the role of women in society, identities and freedom of choice.
27.6.2019 - 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
Hailed as "America’s first great modern painter of the 20th century" and "one of the most intriguing art historical subjects of all time", this Louisiana presentation marks the first major retrospective exhibition of his work in Europe in over 60 years.
The Architect’s Studio
11.10.2019 - 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.