13.9.23 - 14.1.24
Documenting their decade-long story of activism and protest against the Russian regime, this is Pussy Riot's first ever museum exhibition.
From Bacon to Bourgeois
29.6.23 - 10.9.23
Uniting a number of key classics from the Louisiana collection, this summer presentation stood as a tour-de-force through some of the main trends in modern art history after the Second World War.
29.6.23 - 14.1.24
In the extensive volcanic cave systems of Kenya, the design studio Cave_bureau look back in time and into the future, while facing the challenges of today.
9.6.23 - 22.10.23
A comprehensive solo exhibition with Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson (b. 1976), widely recognized as one of the most significant and interesteing voices of contemporary art.
Nan Goldin: Memory Lost
11.5.23 - 8.10.23
An important new acquisition was presented in the South Wing - the masterly piece 'Memory Lost' by American photographer Nan Goldin.
4.5.23 - 20.8.23
The first-ever presentation in Northern Europe of the work of Niko Pirosmani (1862-1918), Georgia’s most famous artist and a mythical figure in the story of early modernist art.
Warhol pop up
14.4.23 - 4.6.23
On the black-painted walls of The Column Gallery, you can enjoy a brief, intense reunion with a distinguished selection of Andy Warhol's works from Louisiana's collection.
Works from the collection
15.3.23 - 7.5.23
A spring presentation of contemporary and classical works from the collection. Shown together with new acquisitions such as 'Memory Lost', a new masterly piece by American photographer Nan Goldin.
9.2.23 - 11.6.23
American Dana Schutz (b. 1976) is one of the great figurative painters of our time: an eminent storyteller who depicts modern man - and our relationships - in complex and often gigantic compositions.