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Collection on view

Although the Louisiana Collection is in constant flux and development, it of course contains a number of permanent features. Among the most important of these are the Giacometti Gallery , the Asger Jorn Gallery and Kusama’s installation Gleaming Lights of the Souls . They are exhibits of extremely varied qualities that have each earned a very...
A tour through the glass corridors of the North Wing offers an encounter with a number of distinguished works that show the range of the Louisiana Collection. From Albert Giacometti's great figures to French artist Eugène Leroy's pastose paintings and not a least Poul Gernes hypnotic target painting.
A walk in the Sculpture Park is an essential part of the Louisiana experience year round. This is where you meet panoramic views of the Sound and can really see how the buildings blend into the landscape. You can also explore, get lost and find calm. The many sculptures are an important part of the museum’s collection. It was clear from the start...
In 2001 Louisiana received a unique donation from the Niels Wessel Bagge Art Foundation, consisting of more than 450 items, primarily from North, Central and South America, from the period before these areas were subject to European influence. The donation highlights the encounter between modern art and ethnographica for which the museum has...
17.4.2015 - 16.8.2015
Louisiana has a deep-rooted relationship with painting as such. This is evident in the museum’s collection as well as in the exhibition program. With the exhibition of paintings by Peter Doig (born 1959 in Edinburgh), a long-cherished wish will be fulfilled.
Louisiana On Paper
25.6.2015 - 30.8.2015
This year’s second exhibition in the Louisiana on Paper series – after David Hockney – is a large selection of graphic work by the American artist Terry Winters. Winters (born in 1949 in Brooklyn, New York) is also a painter, but in his graphic work he expresses his full potential.
25.6.2015 - 25.10.2015
This summer’s major exhibition at Louisiana focuses on architecture , art and culture on the African continent. By pinpointing a number of judiciously selected examples from a cultural here and now , the exhibition sheds light on the diversity and complexity of the part of Africa south of the Sahara Desert . Through a number of projects spread...