Summer at

Open today 11.00 - 18.00
Tuesday - Friday 11.00 - 22.00
Saturday - Sunday 11.00 - 18.00
Monday Closed

Enjoy summer days and evenings at Louisiana. The beauty of the Sculpture Park and a Cafe overlooking the sea. The bold, bizarre and colourful world of Alex Da Corte, erotic and personal work from Dorothy Iannone and groundbreaking practice of Forensic Architecture. Note our generous opening hours and that there is access to the beach.

Kusama’s gleaming lights

One of the most beloved pieces in the museum collection, Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s Gleaming Lights of the Souls, is currently on show in the museum’s South Wing. Please note, that the installation is closed from 11 September to 14 October 2022.

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Planning a visit?

We have gathered all the necessary information for you when planning your visit. Please note, there are no restrictions on entry into Denmark. It is not required to wear face coverings and it is no longer necessary to show a corona passport when entering the museum or book a timeslot before your visit. We look forward to welcoming you.

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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.

“He was playing with language, form, and the familiar. But distorting these things.” In this new interview from Louisiana Channel, the American artist Alex Da Corte shares his admiration and love for the iconic artist Claes Oldenburg (1929-2022). Da Corte's work is currently shown in the exhibition Mr. Remember.


Nine signature works outside

In the series 'A Walk in the Park', which was shot in the spring of 2020, the museum's director Poul Erik Tøjner guides us to a number of the park's signature works.

The nine short films in the series range from the pop artist Roy Lichtenstein's yellow brushstrokes over Henry Heerup's granite figures to Alicja Kwade's stone globes and Alexander Calder's three masterpieces in front of the café.