Through the years, Louisiana has published catalogues, books and booklets. With Louisiana Revy, Louisiana Magazine and other publications related to the museum, Louisiana is one of the largest art publishers in Denmark.
A NEW GUIDE TO THE MUSEUM
LOUISIANA GUIDE is an introduction to the museum’s history, architecture, collections, exhibitions and other activities. The guide is written by Louisiana’s director, Poul Erik Tøjner, and is richly illustrated.
The guide is published in seven languages: Danish / English / German / Swedish / Spanish / Japanese / Chinese
DKK 129 / Members DKK 99
Available in the Louisiana Shop
JEFF WALL - TABLEAUX PICTURES PHOTOGRAPHS 1996 – 2013
Ed. Yilmaz Dziewior and Hripsimé Visser. Introduction by Yilmaz Dziewior, Hripsimé Visser and Poul Erik Tøjner. Contributions by Camiel van Winkel and Hripsimé Visser including an interview with Jeff Wall by Yilmaz Dziewior.
Published by Kunsthaus Bregenz, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.
In English and German.
EMIL NOLDE -RETROSPECTIVE
Ed. Felix Krämer. Controbutions by Poul Erik Tøjner, Kirsten Degel, Christian Ring, Felix Krämer, Aya Soika, Bernhard Fulda, Katharina Ferus and Franziska Leuthäusser among others.
Published by Louisiana Museum of Modern Art and Städel Museum, Frankfurth am Main/Prestel Verlag.
In English, Danish and German.
LOUISIANA LIBRARY is a book series about modern art history based on the museum's collection. To date, three titles in the series have been published, the first on the museum's Sculpture Park, written by curator Helle Crenzien, the other on Asger Jorn, written by Helle Brøns, and the third on German Art in the Museum Colllection written by Professor Siegfried Gohr.
Additional Louisiana Library titles are planned.
LOUISIANA’S SCULPTURE PARK
As part of the Louisiana Library series, curator Helle Crenzien introduces the history of the park and its art works.
Helle Brøns, MA in Art History, illuminates Asger Jorn’s complex imagery in this book in the Louisiana Library series.
GERMAN ART IN THE
Professor Siegfried Gohr writes about selected works and artists from the museum's great collection