"Oltre Terra. Why Wool Matters" by Formafantasma opens at the National Museum in Oslo
In the exhibition “Oltre Terra. Why Wool Matters” at Norway's National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design the multidisciplinary design studio Formafantasma investigates the history, ecology and global dynamics of the extraction and production of wool.
New exhibition puts Louise Bourgeois in dialogue with around 50 other artists
This major exhibition puts the work of Lousie Bourgeois in dialogue with artists like Edvard Munch, Marie Laurencin, Pablo Picasso, Senga Nengudi and Nan Goldin.
Carroll Dunham's graphic works at Norway's National Museum
The American artist Carroll Dunham is known internationally for his paintings, drawings, and prints. A new exhibition at Norway’s National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design shows a selection of his print portfolios from the mid-1980s up until today.
2023 exhibition programme at Norway's National Museum
The exhibition programme at the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design includes major presentations of Louise Bourgeois, Anna-Eva Bergman and Harriet Backer, Formafantasma's exploration of the intertwined history of humans and sheep, drawings by Bruegel and Rubens, and a survey of contemporary craft.
International Library of Fashion Research opens at the National Museum in Oslo on 1 December
The International Library of Fashion Research has an ambition of becoming the world’s largest and most comprehensive repository of fashion publications and other documentation connected to the fashion industry. The library is open and accessible to everyone.
Climate activists targeting Edvard Munchs iconic The Scream at the National Museum in Oslo
On Friday morning, climate activists attempted to glue themselves to the frame of The Scream(1893) in the Munch room, at the National Museum in Oslo.
The activists were immediately taken care of by the museum guards. The police were informed, and the activists were apprehended.
Edvard Munch’s world-famous painting The Scream was not harmed in the attack. There were about twenty museum guest
Grayson Perry: One of the UK’s most renowned contemporary artists will be presented in his full range to a Norwegian audience
Grayson Perry’s first-ever solo exhibition in Norway opens on the 11th of November. The exhibition will allow visitors to become better acquainted with one of the UK’s most celebrated and internationally acclaimed artists
“Grayson Perry. Fitting In and Standing Out”
The National Museum, the Light Hall
11 November 2022–23 March 2023
Press preview: Tuesday, 8 November, 11:00
LAURE PROUVOST TO PRESENT INAUGURAL COMMISSION FOR LIGHT HALL IN NORWAY’S NEW NATIONAL MUSEUM
Laure Prouvost, winner of the 2013 Turner Prize, presents the first site-specific installation for the Light Hall in Norway’s new National Museum. For this exhibition she has created a universe of contrasts.
Laure Prouvost – Above Front Tears Oui Float
5 November 2022–12 February 2023
The National Museum, Light Hall, Oslo, Norway.
Press viewing will be held November 2 at 12:00. Artist
Rare Artemisia Gentileschi painting acquired for Norway's National Museum
Rare painting by Artemisia Gentileschi now on display at the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo.
A new exhibition at the National Museum – Architecture considers architecture through the queer gaze
The exhibition "Coming into community" at the National Museum - Architecture looks at architecture, urban planning, and ideas about community through a queer gaze.
A new exhibition traces the influence of 18th-century artist Piranesi
What do the Star Wars city of Coruscant, the architect Le Corbusier and the artist Robert Delaunay have in common? They were all inspired by the Italian artist Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720–1778). On 9 September, the exhibition ‘Piranesi and the Modern’ will open at the National Museum in Oslo.