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LITERATURE 23-26 AUGUST

Louisiana's international literature festival is a highlight of the summer season. Celebrating a diverse selection of the best comptemporary literature from around the world—the festival presents talks, performances and meetings with authors such as Anne Carson, Javier Marías, Péter Nádas, Delphine de Vigan, Teju Cole, Hiromi Itô and Tahar Ben Jelloun.

MORE ON LOUISIANA LITERATURE 2018

KUSAMA
INSTALLATION

Please note that the installation Gleaming Lights of the Souls
by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama will be closed from 20 August until 13 September.

GUIDED TOURS

A short guided tour of Louisiana

LOUISIANA IMPRESSIONS

A visit to Louisiana is an experience where art, architecture and nature form a special unity.

French starchitect Jean Nouvel: "In Louisiana, each thing is immediate."

CHILDREN'S
WING

Offering free daily workshops, where children from 4 to 16 can paint, draw, sculpt and explore artistic methods and expressions

WHAT'S WITH THE NAME?

Why a Louisiana Museum in Denmark? What is a "sauna principle"? Find the answers in our museum history overview

 

 

 

Louisiana Butik on instagram

News, inspiration, trends, events and giveaways — follow the museum shop on Instagram.

BOOK A
GUIDED TOUR

Guided tours in English of the museum history and architecture and of current exhibitions can be booked in advance

CONSTRUCTION WORK
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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 the presentation of works from the Louisiana Collection will be limited while the construction works are ongoing (no access by lift). You can enter the East Wing either from the outside via the Park (from the level below the large set of steps by the Calder-terrace) or via a narrow passage from the Gabriele Münter exhibition in the South Wing. We regret that during this time the East Wing will therefore not be accessible for visitors with difficulty in walking or in wheelchairs.

FROM LOUISIANA CHANNEL

Arundhati Roy interview: "You have to be able to write about everything."

Interview: Siri Hustvedt & Paul Auster