Welcome to Louisiana Press. On this site you'll find information on accreditation, film and video recordings and much more.
At Louisiana Press, you can download press releases and press photos. To log in requires a username and a password. Please find more information below.
Louisiana’s press photos may be used only in conjunction with media coverage of Louisiana and/or the museum’s current exhibitions.
Username and Password
To access Louisiana Press, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send username and password to your inbox.
News and Press Releases in your Inbox
If you would like to receive press materials, press releases and press information from Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, please send an e-mail to email@example.com including the following information: full name, media, contact information and please tell us which are your fields of interests among art, architecture/design, literature, and music.
Press Visits to the Museum
Free entrance to Louisiana is granted to members of the press having a confirmed commission and/or other work-related reasons. A valid – Danish or international – press card is needed. Accreditation without a valid press card is not possible at the entrance reception desk.
If you are not able to present your press card at the entrance reception desk, press access is only possible if you have received press accreditation from Louisiana Press.
To apply for press accreditation, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org at least one day in advance and including the following information: full name, media, the purpose of visit and date of visit. You need to have received an e-mail confirming your press accreditation. Accreditation on the day at the entrance reception desk is not possible.
Photo and Film Recordings
Professional photo and film recordings are only allowed with permission from and an agreement with the press or communication office. If you wish to apply for permission, please send an e-mail to email@example.com including the following information:
- Who is doing the recordings, who are you?
- Do you have a commission? From who?
- Who is participating in front of the camera?
- What is the purpose and how are you planning to publish/broadcasting?
- How do plan the recordings at the museum? – timing, crew, gear, etc.