6.4.21 - 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.
6.4.21 - 1.8.21
The American artist Arthur Jafa (b. Tupelo, Mississippi, 1960) first gained worldwide attention in 2016 with his video work Love is the Message, the Message is Death.
6.4.21 - 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.
6.4.21 - 29.8.21
Present or absent, supportive or domineering, warm or diabolical – everyone has a Mother! Louisiana opens its 2021 season with this large-scale exhibition revolving around Motherhood.
17.6.21 - 10.10.21
Mamma Andersson stands out as one of the most important and intriguing painters of her generation. Her works are seductive and disturbing, full of beauty, emotions and dark abysses.
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.
7.10.21 - 6.2.22
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.