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Upcoming exhibitions

5.12.2014 to 6.4.2015
Louisiana is organizing the first major exhibition in Scandinavia of the German painter Paula Modersohn-Becker (1876-1907). The exhibition comprises about 100 paintings and drawings. The exhibition presents the highly distinctive production of Modersohn-Becker, an artist with the status of one of the radical innovators of German modernism.
5.2.2015 to 25.5.2015
A single work in the bustle of thousands captivated viewers at the Venice Biennale in 2013: the Irish Pavilion, which was the setting for the artist Richard Mosse’s frightening and uncomfortable video work The Enclave about the war in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
12.3.2015 to 21.6.2015
Jeff Wall (born in 1946) is the master of modern photography. Many contemporary painters and photographers are indebted to this artist from Vancouver who prepares every single image with the same care as if it were a theater piece developing in several acts.
Louisiana On Paper
19.3.2015 to 14.6.2015
Once again it is time for Hockney at Louisiana, this time in the Louisiana on Paper series with the artist’s striking drawings of the landscape of Yorkshire, where he was born. They are completely classical in style, sometimes drawn in the open air, other times from the driver’s seat of a car parked by the corner of a fence.
17.4.2015 to 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 to 6.9.2015
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 to 25.10.2015
The Africa exhibition is the third chapter in Louisiana’s major series Architecture, culture and identity. In 2011, the museum unveiled the first chapter – NEW NORDIC – and in 2012, it turned attention toward the Arab world with the ARAB CONTEMPORARY exhibition.
17.9.2015 to 24.1.2016
Within a few years, Yayoi Kusama (born 1929) has become the darling of Louisiana’s guests because of her Gleaming Lights of the Souls installation at the museum – a mirror-lined room with hundreds of lamps in various colours that give the viewer a cosmic sensation of being in an infinite space.