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For those who like large, well-planned houses, outdoor activities and a safe and well-organised life style, Copenhagen is the place to live.Accommodation is cheaper in Copenhagen than in many other European capitals. Houses and apartments are spacious and well equipped. However, the rental market is...

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Eye Attack: Op Art and Kinetic Art 1950-1970

4 Feb-5 June. Louisiana presents the first major presentation of Op Art and Kinetic Art in Scandinavia for more than 50 years. The two movements are interlinked: Op Art is centred around abstract...
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Abdoulaye Konaté

21 April-18 Sept. Abdoulaye Konaté is one of the most important figures in African contemporary art and the Malian artist's work has been exhibited in major art institutions around the world. Born in...
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Illumination: New contemporary art at Louisiana

1 March-11 Sept. Almost 100 international contemporary works acquired by the Louisiana over the past three years, including painting, photography, sculpture and installation. The exhibition is exc...
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Open Studio: A Birthday Present for the Queen

29 Oct-28 Feb. Visitors to the Statens Museum for Kunst can observe the museum’s conservators at work as they restore The Royal Table of Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor. The large-scale painting is...
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Mindcraft 15

18 Sept-31 Jan. Designmuseum Danmark demonstrates the links between initial concepts and finished products within the realm of Danish design and traditional craftsmanship. Curated by Danish-Italia...
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Yayoi Kusama: In Infinity

17 Sept-24 Jan. The Louisiana stages Scandinavia's first comprehensive retrospective dedicated to the work of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. The exhibition spans almost six decades of Kusama's vari...
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Gerda Wegener: Artist and Muse

7 Nov-16 May. The most significant exhibition to date dedicated to the painter and illustrator Gerda Wegener (1885-1940) whose work was celebrated in her adopted Paris but the subject of controversy i...
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Africa: Architecture, Culture and Identity

Large-scale exhibition focusing on Africa's contemporary architecture, art and culture, with a particular emphasis on the sub-Saharan part of the continent. The exhibition documents how, in various...
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Laura Lima: The Naked Magician

This large, immersive installation by Brazilian artist Laura Lima allows the visitor to roam free and explore a universe of thousands of accumulated objects and materials. The installation includes...
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Joakim Eskildsen: A world I can believe in

The National Museum of Photography stages a comprehensive exhibition of internationally-known Danish photographer Joakim Eskildsen. The exhibition is centred around seven photographic books that Es...
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David Ostrowski: The F Word: Exploring the potential of errors

The young German artist David Ostrowski explores the boundaries of painting, finding beauty and potential in mistakes that arise during the painting process. Based in Cologne, Ostrowski uses a vari...
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Jeff Wall: Tableaux, Pictures, Photographs, 1996

The Louisiana hosts an exhibition of almost 40 works by celebrated Canadian photographer Jeff Wall. The show focuses on Wall’s work since 1996, including recent photographs in colour and blac...
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Works from the Celia Ascher Donation

The Louisiana displays eight exceptional works by Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Wassily Kandinsky, Jackson Pollock, Jean Dubuffet, Anselm Kiefer and Ellsworth Kelly, bequeathed to the museum by Cel...
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Paula Modersohn-Becker

German painter Paula Modersohn-Becker (1876-1907) is the subject of a major exhibition — the first of its kind in Scandinavia — comprising about 100 paintings and 40 drawings. The exhib...
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Michael Ancher - P.S. Krøyer: Friends and Rivals

Under the subheading "What is friendship?", this exhibition examines the complex relationship between two popular Danish Impressionist painters: Michael Ancher and P.S. Krøyer. The two men w...
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Bjørn Wiinblad: Much more than plates

Strong design, crisp lines, psychedelic colours and round-faced fairytale people characterise the whimsical, beautiful world of Danish artist Bjørn Wiinblad (1918-2006). Wiinblad's work is h...
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Photography: Works from the Louisiana Collection

This year the focus of the annual photographic exhibition of the Louisiana collection is photography as a medium in an artistic context. The works on show examine numerous aspects of photography, f...
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Olafur Eliasson: Riverbed

A radical installation by Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson greets unexpecting visitors at the Louisiana. The huge site-specific project focuses on nature, taking the natural environment from...
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Emil Nolde Retrospective

The Louisiana celebrates the work of German-Danish painter and printmaker Emil Nolde (1867-1956) with an exhibition described by organisers as the most comprehensive retrospective of the artist in sev...
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Philip Guston: Painting Smoking Eating

The work of American painter and printmaker Philip Guston (1913-1980) is the subject of this exhibition at the Louisiana. Considered one of the most US important painters in the second half of the...
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