Do not miss the final day of the amazing exhibition Picasso Ceramics
A talk with artist Ed Ruscha in the recently opened exhibition
Last chance to see Picasso:
shuttle-bus from the station
The very popular exhibition Picasso Ceramics will soon be closing and we therefor expect more visitors during the last couple of weeks. If you plan to visit, please note that you can catch a shuttle-bus from the main entrance at Humlebæk Station to the museum on selected days during May. If you arrive by car, it is possible to park by the station or at Humlebæk Centre. The shuttle-bus will be driving between 11-18 on these following days: 10, 12, 13, 19, 20, 21, 26 and 27 May.
WHAT'S WITH THE NAME?
Why a Louisiana Museum in Denmark? What is a "sauna principle"? Find the answers in our museum history overview
A small space with universal appeal, Yayoi Kusama's Gleaming Lights of the Souls is a true highligt for many Louisiana guests.
- SORRY FOR THE MESS
Louisiana is presently carrying out several projects to optimize the experience of the museum both aesthetically and functionally. While the construction work, generously supported by the Realdania foundation, is undertaken with the greatest possible consideration for our visitors, we do apologise for the inconvenience caused.
Louisiana Cafe: The existing roof on the Winter Garden will be replaced by a flat roof consistent with the adjacent buildings. A new passage will also be established in order to allow the visitors to circumvent the Cafe and access the Winter Garden and the stairs down to the East Wing directly from the North Wing
The area connecting the East and South Wings will be turned into a panorama space with several windows and a long bench for guests to sit on and enjoy the view to the park in both directions.
East Wing: Unfortunately access to the East Wing and its presentation of works from the Louisiana Collection will be far from optimal while these construction works are ongoing (no access by lift). To enter the East Wing one must either do so from outside via the Park (from the level below the large set of steps by the Calder-terrace) or a rather narrow passage leading from the Gabriele Münter exhibition in the South Wing - we regret to inform that during this time the East Wing will therefore not be accessible for visitors with walking difficulties or in wheelchairs.
PER KIRKEBY AT LOUISIANA
Louisiana holds the largest and most important collection of works by Per Kirkeby, the great and internationally renowned Danish artist, who recently passed away. A selection of these works are currently on view in the museum's old villa, and on Louisiana Channel you can watch a video with the artist and Poul Erik Tøjner, Louisiana's director, from the big retrospective show at the museum in 2008.
Offering free daily workshops, where children from 4 to 16 can paint, draw, sculpt and explore artistic methods and expressions
Guided tours in English of the museum history and architecture and of current exhibitions can be booked in advance
FROM LOUISIANA CHANNEL
Interview: author Zadie Smith
Dan Graham: pavilions and childhood
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