Olafur Eliasson's take on Louisiana is radical, fascinating and unique. The central work in the first solo exhibition at the museum by the Danish-Icelandic artist is a huge, sitespecific project that reverses the relation between nature and art.
This summer’s major exhibition at Louisiana is Emil Nolde. Nolde (1867-1956) is a classic – whether for his almost spontaneously combustible watercolors of poppies and other colorful natural phenomena or his distinctive expressionist love of the primitive, the simple.
The American painter Philip Guston is a unique figure in twentieth century art history. He will be familiar to Louisiana’s guests since the exhibition of his drawings in 2007, and the Louisiana Collection has two of his paintings, which are often shown.
The programme contains an overview over this autumns exhibitions.