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Upcoming exhibitions

The Architect’s Studio
9.2.2017 - 30.4.2017
The Chinese architect Wang Shu is the starting point of Louisiana's new exhibition series The Architect’s Studio II. The focus here will be on a new generation of pace-setting architects around the world, who in their work strive to take on local as well as global challenges.
16.2.2017 - 18.6.2017
For the first time in Scandinavia Louisiana is presenting a major solo exhibition of the South African artist William Kentridge (b. 1955), who is known all over the world for his drawings, films, sculp­tures, performances and opera and theatre productions.
20.5.2017 - 10.9.2017
Danish Tal R is one the most striking artists of his generation with a strong and growing international reputation. Since the 1990s he has exhibited all around the world, particularly in Europe, and his art is represented in many major collections. During the past decade Louisiana has established a distinctive collection of works – especially...
17.6.2017 - 22.10.2017
Few artists in the world today evoke such strong emotions and reactions as the pioneer of body and performance art Marina Abramović. This summer Louisiana presents the first major retrospective presentation of Abramović's work in Europe.
21.9.2017 - 30.12.2017
In her large photographs and films, Dutch artist Rineke Dijkstra manages to capture people who have stopped somewhere – in a park, on a beach, at a party, in life – so that they are present to an astonishing degree, right there in that very moment. Rineke Dijkstra (b. 1959) is typically interested in transitions, the stages of life when we are on...
12.10.2017 - 25.2.2018
Who are we? What are we becoming ? Featuring video works, sculptures and installations this exhibition presents a range of prominent, younger artists who are all intent on questioning and seeking answers to the human condition in an ever more rapidly and radically changing world. We live increasingly not only with, but also in, the Net, and this...
Louisiana On Paper
9.11.2017 - 4.2.2018
As part of the wild art scene in New York in the early 1980s, George Condo was close to painters such as Basquiat and Keith Haring and worked at Warhol's Factory applying diamond dust to silkscreen. At the same time, he found his way to his own artistic expression, which he describes as "artificial realism". Condo (born in 1957) mixes input from...