25.5.22 - 11.9.22
Freedom, free love, liberated sexuality and the ecstatic union with the other are central themes in Dorothy Iannone's explicitly autobiographical and explicitly erotic images.
24.3.22 - 31.7.22
In little more than fifteen years, American photographer Diane Arbus produced a body of work whose style and content have secured her a place as one of the most significant 20th century artists.
Happy birthday, Kunsten!
24.3.22 - 24.4.22
Kunsten Museum of Modern Art in Aalborg, is turning 50 this year. Highlighting our close partnership, we celebrate this singular and exquisite museum, designed by Finnish architect Alvar Aalto.
12.2.22 - 12.6.22
In the spring of 2022, Louisiana presented an international classic. Sonia Delaunay was at the same time a painter, designer, and entrepreneur and is among the most original voices of modernism..
21.1.22 - 8.5.22
With his visionary ideas and wild, imaginative, and colorful drawings, the leading British architect Peter Cook has inspired and shaped the architecture & thinking of the time for almost six decades.
30.11.21 - 4.9.22
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.
25.9.21 - 18.12.21
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.
15.7.21 - 18.12.21
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.