|Tuesday - Friday||11.00 - 22.00|
|Saturday - Sunday||11.00 - 18.00|
Louisiana welcomes you with 3 exhibitions and a large-scale presentation of new works in the collection. Enjoy the winter scenery of our wonderful Park, Christmas flavour in the Louisiana Cafe and our vast range of gift ideas in our shop. Please note, that you will need to show a valid corona passport when entering the museum and wear face-coverings in the museum shop.
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.
30.11.21 - 1.5.22
A large-scale presentation of new works that Louisiana's collection has been enriched with over the past five years.
28.10.21 - 6.3.22
A unique figure in the history of modern Danish art, Jens Adolf Jerichau managed to leave an important and inspiring legacy in spite of his short and tragic life.
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.
Opening hours at Christmas
There are a few days during the Christmas Holidays, where the museum will be closed and days where there will be different opening hours. See more below. Please note that all other days are open as usual. Tuesday-Friday 11-22. Sunday and Saturday 11-18. Mondays closed.
Friday 24 December Christmas Eve
Saturday 25 December Christmas Day
Friday 31 December New Year's Eve
Saturday 1 January 2022 New Year's Day
OPEN (FROM 11 to 18 both days)
Thursday 23 December
Sunday 26 December Boxing Day
Monday 27 December
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.