This year, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art celebrates 60 years. Since opening in 1958, the museum has been a global leader in the combination of art, architecture, and landscape. Museum attendance only continues to grow, with the past few years seeing the highest number of visitors in the museum’s history.
Aside from their incredible permanent collection, one of the museum’s strengths is their ability to bring in world class exhibitions on a regular basis. Ask any visitor about the first exhibition he/she ever saw at Louisiana; it’s something that one never forgets (mine was Cezanne & Giacometti in 2008).
To honor some of their most exciting past exhibitions, Louisiana has reissued a number of wonderful exhibition posters. The pieces themselves are a fantastic example of graphic design and poster art, each offering a different style. There are eight posters, and each decade of the museum’s life is represented, starting in the 1960s through the 2000s. Our favorite poster is the Alexander Calder; a monochrome, minimalist dream! These posters are now on sale at the Louisiana Museum shop for 99 DKK each and come in A2 size.
Take a look at the classic and beautiful Louisiana Museum of Modern Art reissued exhibition posters:
Robert Indiana, 1972
David Hockney, 1976
Keith Haring, 1985
Edward Hopper, 1992
Alexander Calder, 1996
William Eggelston, 2004
These posters can be found exclusively at the Louisiana Butik
Gl. Strandvej 13
Tues – Fri 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Sat & Sun 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Ticket Price: 125 DKK for adults 18+, 110 DKK for students, free for all under 18