21.4.21 - 29.8.21
Present or absent, supportive or domineering, warm or diabolical – everyone has a Mother! Louisiana opened its 2021 season with this large-scale exhibition revolving around Motherhood.
21.4.21 - 4.7.21
Louisiana has worked through a substantial body of posthumous material on paper from the hand of the Danish artist Troels Wörsel (1950-2018). Works which has never been exhibited before.
21.4.21 - 30.5.21
Taryn Simon's uniquely unsettling portrait of American society documents – in photographs and texts – places in the USA that are normally inaccessible to the general public.
8.10.20 - 16.5.21
In the fourth exhibition in The Architect’s Studio series, the Indian architect Anupama Kundoo aims to shed light on a scarce resource in our life: time.
5.6.20 - 10.1.21
Japanese artist Tetsumi Kudo (1935-1990) was a radical and visionary outsider. Almost forgotten until recently, Kudo is being rediscovered internationally.
21.2.20 - 6.12.20
Monumental and powerful, the Kirkeby exhibition unfolded as an almost epic tale about creative struggle, downfall, mythology, and artistic redemption.
25.7.20 - 8.11.20
A first overall presentation of - the often overlooked and forgotten - women surrealist artists.
Summer at Louisiana
23.6.20 - 30.8.20
Louisiana invited everyone to enjoy a cultural summer 2020 under the open sky: New art experiences with Yayoi Kusama in the Lake Garden and Zidane on a big screen at the Lower Park area.
23.1.20 - 21.6.20
As an activist in the 1960s, the American artist Nancy Spero (1926-2009), leveled her art against all existing power structures, notably political oppression, racism, and male hegemony.
Hot Pink Turquoise
23.1.20 - 21.6.20
Light effects, mists, color trails & reflective optical illusions. The Belgian artist Ann Veronica Janssens' (b. 1956) mission is to push our perceptions of the known.
18.10.19 - 5.4.20
The Mexican architect Tatiana Bilbao (b. 1972) explores and interprets her home country's historical culture and building traditions.
22.8.19 - 8.3.20
With Generation Wealth Lauren Greenfield has created a unique document of the recent decades' crazed consumerism in a world, which is increasingly obsessed with beauty, money and fame.
19.9.19 - 19.1.20
Marsden Hartley remains relatively unknown to a European audience. This Louisiana presentation marked the first major retrospective exhibition of his work in Europe in over 60 years.
2.11.19 - 29.12.19
Moving images play a central and significant place in Louisiana’s collection. Lighting up the darkest months of the year, a number of the collection’s distinctive video works were on show.
BIRGIT JÜRGENSSEN – ICH BIN
14.6.19 - 22.9.19
Austrian avantgarde-artist Birgit Jürgenssen's sharp and humorous work revolved around rigid gender roles, identities and freedom of choice.