Louisiana welcomes guests with 3 critically acclaimed exhibitions and a unique opportunity to enjoy the autumn season in our wonderful Park and have lunch or dinner at Louisiana Cafe. Our three-storey Children's Wing offer workshops and activities to kids and their families.
25.9.21 - 9.1.22
Mika Rottenberg mixes film, installation and sculpture and blends truth with fiction to create spellbinding works that are both absurd, surrealistic, critical, loving – and fun.
21.4.21 - 31.10.21
The American artist Arthur Jafa (b. Tupelo, Mississippi, 1960) first gained worldwide attention in 2016 with his video work Love is the Message, the Message is Death.
15.7.21 - 2.1.22
Pia Arke used her dual ethnicity in Greenland and Denmark as a point of departure for her powerful and poetic work, that delves into Danish colonial history and her own personal journey.
Jorn meets Jorn
Asger Jorn was a giant of Danish and European post-war art. At present late, international works from the Louisiana collection are shown alongside early works by Jorn from the museum Kunsten, Aalborg.
In collaboration with Niels Lan Doky International Jazz Collective, we are happy to present you with the unique opportunity to experience the iconic jazz musician Greg Hutchinson in the Concert Hall.
your first visit?
If you are visiting the museum for the first time, we have gathered some information for you, which will be useful when planning your visit. We look forward to welcoming you.Read more
Louisiana Channel is a non-profit website that provides culture to the Internet, extending beyond the museum’s own events. The Louisiana team produces videos about art and culture on an ongoing basis. New videos are posted at the site every week.
Videos on the arts, featuring the artists.
“The birds made that body of work, I helped enable it.” When British photographer Stephen Gill moved to rural South Sweden, the farmed land seemed like a blank canvas and he got the idea to literally pull the birds out of the sky, resulting in the series The Pillar in which he captures “maybe the spirit of the birds”. Meet Gill in this new Louisiana Channel interview.