Discovery at the National Museum of Norway reveals unknown underdrawings in Edvard Munch’s "Madonna"
Discovery confirms the National Museum of Norway’s version of "Madonna" to be the original painting. "Madonna" will go on display in the new National Museum of Norway’s Munch Room opening to the public on 11 June 2022
Four houses. Four Women.
Architecture by Beate Hølmebakk based on characters from literature
Since May this year, a unique exhibition has been open to visitors at the National Museum – Architecture in Oslo. On display are designs for four houses by one of Norway’s leading architects, Beate Hølmebakk. The projects are not intended to be built; they are ‘paper projects’ that exist only as drawings and models. This exhibi
The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design opens in Oslo on 11 June 2022
The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design opens in Oslo on 11 June 2022.
The Nordic Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia
The exhibition "What we share. A model for cohousing" at the Nordic Pavilion in Venice opens for the public on 22 May. For the exhibition, curated by the National Museum of Norway, Norwegian architects Helen & Hard have transformed the Pavilion into a experimental cohousing project.
National Museum of Norway infrared scans reveal author of hidden graffiti on Edvard Munch’s original painting of The Scream
Following years of speculation, curators at the National Museum of Norway have confirmed that a small and barely visible sentence on Edvard Munch’s The Scream which reads "Can only have been painted by a madman", was penned by the artist himself.
The Nordic Pavilion will be transformed into an experimental cohousing project for the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale.
At the Venice Architecture Biennale 2021, the Nordic Pavilion will transform into a full scale cohousing project. With the exhibition What We Share. A model for cohousing, Norwegian architects Helen & Hard supported by a curatorial team from National Museum of Norway will present a framework for building communities based on participation and sharing.
Norway’s National Museum stores a copy of its entire collection in the permafrost in arctic Svalbard
The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Norway has stored a copy of its entire collection of 400,000 objects deep inside a former coal mine in Svalbard. The data is stored on film rolls that have a lifespan of at least 500 years.
The National Museum in Norway is teaming up with Helen & Hard for the Nordic Pavilion in Venice next year.
In 2020, the National Museum in Norway will have the curatorial and organisational responsibility for the Nordic Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice. The biennale is regarded as the world’s most important architecture exhibition, and the next instalment will open on 23 May 2020.
"The Library " at The National Museum - Architecture is part of Oslo Architecture Triennale
"The Library" explores how libraries can play a central role in breaking free from the growth paradigm .The National Museum – Architecture undergoes a complete transformation from gallery of architecture to a library of architectural futures.
Four winners of A.C. Houen Fund’s Certificate for Outstanding Architecture 2019
Today four architecture projects is awarded the A.C. Houen Fund’s Certificate for Outstanding Architecture: Stormen Cultural Centre in Bodø, designed by DRDH Architects, Holmenkollbakken Ski Jump in Oslo, designed by JDS Architects, the Dalaker/Galta Farmhouse outside of Stavanger, designed by Knut Hjeltnes Sivilarkitekter, and D36 - Green House in Oslo, designed by Element Arkitekter.
At last, an exhibition about landscape architecture!
Did you know that Norway was the first country in Europe to educate landscape architects? In 2019 it will be a hundred years since the landscape architect programme began at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU). The centennial will be celebrated with the OUTDOOR MATTERS exhibition at the National Museum – Architecture , Oslo. The exhibition will run from 8 February to 1 September 2019.
Exhibition on Le Corbusier’s new direction as an artist and architect
Villa Stenersen, which is one of the National Museum’s exhibition venues, shows the exhibition “Le Corbusier by the Sea” from 5 May. The exhibition explores Le Corbusier’s work as an artist in the period 1926–36 by presenting reproductions of his most important paintings, sketches and drawings. During these years, Le Corbusier travelled every summer to Le Piquey on the coast of southwest France.