Louise Sass



25/4 – 2/6 2018

International Textile Print

Galerie Handwerk
Max Joseph Strasse 4, München


The Exhibition shows contemporary works with textile print from Denmark, Norway, Germany, Great Britain, Switzerland and Austria. Including Israel and Japan.

9/12 2017 – 21/1 2018

Above the Earth – Below the Sky

Bagsværd Church

Read the text by Kathrine Borup for the exibition here (in Danish)


Indbydelse til Stedet

The works and exhibition design are produced in the Danish Art Workshops 2017


Colour design for Louis Poulsen A/S

New Colours for PH 5 mini.
Development of new colour scheme with graduated colours for the pendant lamp PH 5 mini in collaboration with Louis Poulsen A/S

Link to lamps at Louis Poulsen A/S

29/1 – 5/3 2016


The exhibition presents one-off handprinted textiles:
Tablecloths and napkins.

Butik for Borddækning (Shop for Table Settings)
Møntergade 6, 1116 Copenhagen

Brics, blue

Hand-printed (one-off)
reactive dye, cotton
150 x 240 cm, 2016

16/11 2015 – 6/1 2016

Working Residence

Danish Art Workshops, Copenhagen.
Project: To print and develop new one-off textiles, with the collective title Postcards.
Print of textiles for the table, exhibition in Butik for Borddækning. (Shop for Table Settings).


20/7 – 1/9 2015

Working Residence

Danish Art Workshops, Copenhagen.
Project: To print and develop new one-off textiles, with the collective title Postcards.

17/4 2015 – 31/5 2015


Nationalmuseum, Statsteatern, kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden.
An exhibition that profiles the past winners of the Torsten and Wanja Söderberg Prize 1994-2015.
Louise Sass, Söderberg Prize 1998.

Shinjuku, blue

Printed Furnishing textile, produced in 8 colour ways.
Pigment print, cotton.
Pattern repeat 64 x 140 cm
Produced by Kvadrat A/S 1995
In the collection of Röhsska museum Gotenburg, Sweden.

29/8 – 4/10 2014


Ceramic sculpture and one-off textile prints
Martin Bodilsen Kaldahl og Louise Sass
Galleri Pagter, Kolding, Denmark

In a Dream

In a Dream

Hand-printed (one-off)
reactive dye, cotton
83 x 74 cm, 2014

4/10 2013 – 31/8 2014

Ränder, Rytm, Riktning

Nordiska museet, Stockholm, Sverige.

The exhibition Ränder, Rytm, Riktning, (Stripes, Rythm, Direction), aims to show, that we
are surrounded by, exposed to and maybe even dependant on stribes in our contemporary life.
Featuring, contemporary art, articles for everyday use and exclusive stripes with 400 objects
from the historic collection of the museum.

Sass is represented with to works, Gul Barok og Lille Blå, 2010. Yellow Baroque and Small Blue. Both are one-off textile prints.



1/6 – 30/6 2013

Working residence

Accademia di Danimarca, Rome, Italy. Studies of italian baroque architecture.

Baroque frieze


Pencil on papir, 2010. 26 x 90 cm
2013 – 2014

In progress. A new group of one-off pieces with the collective title, [Postcards]. The series is about space and memories of space. The first two works [On the way to Torcello] and [Baroque] are based on own photographs of cities and fragments of space.

Black/White Baroque

Sort Hvid Barok 2011
One-off textile print, section: 130 x 150 cm, 2011

To Torcello 2010

På vej til Torcello

23/2 2012

Through the Shadow into the Light

New book 2012 © Louise Sass.



The book presents an assortment of the most important works from 1995-2011, including af selection of one-off textile prints, site specific work, works on paper and industrially printed textiles, in conjunction with key samples of works. Read essay
Show info


24/2 – 8/4 2012

Through the Shadow into the Light

Louise Sass – one-off textile prints 2008-11
Solo exhibition, Designmuseum Danmark, Copenhagen


Designmuseum Denmark, Copenhagen.






17 – 22/4 2012 MINDCRAFT 12

Group exhibition by Danish Crafts
Galleria Alessandro De March, Ventura Lambrate, Milano, Italy
Curated by Cecilie Manz

Mindcraft 12

Mindcraft 12
In the Dark, Pink Elephants exibition in Milano

Statement by Danish Crafts: MINDCRAFT12 showed 16 new works created by some of the finest Danish craftspeople and designers within their field. A common feature for all the selected participants were their focus on quality and their approach to the design process, where function and materials play an essential role. This year's exhibition covered a wide span: From one-off works to prototypes ready for production. The exhibition was curated by Cecilie Manz. 

2/6 – 7/7 2012

From Denmark with Love

Group exhibition
Ampersand House and Gallery
Brussels, Belgium


In June, the Belgian gallery Ampersand House took a Danish focus with the exhibition ‘From Denmark with Love', which looked at the past and future of Danish craft and design. For the exhibition eleven works were selected from this year's MINDCRAFT exhibition, which was presented during the design week in Milan 2012.

12 - 17/4 2011 MINDCRAFT 11

Group exhibition by Danish Crafts, during Salone Milano
Galleria Alessandro De March, Ventura Lambrate, Milano Italy
Curated by Cecilie Manz

Perlemor / Mother of Pearl

One-off, wall frieze handprint
Reactive dye, cotton
Full size 150 x 450 cm, 2011