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Explore MUNCH digital
We are looking forward to reopen the Museum 15 June, with two brand new exhibitions!
Edvard Munch: Edvard Munch on the beach with brush and palette. Collodion, 1907. Photo © Munchmuseet

DIGITAL EXHIBITION

Did you know that Edvard Munch not only painted, but also liked to photograph? In the digital exhibition THE EXPERIMENTAL SELF you can discover a less known side of the artist.
Andy Warhol: The Scream (After Munch), 1984. © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Photo: Sparebankstiftelsen DNB

A Scream through culture

How did Edvard Munch’s The Scream become one of the world’s most famous motifs?
Edvard Munch: Madonna. Oil on canvas, 1894. Photo © Munchmuseet

Munch inspires

Artists talk about their personal relationship with Munch, and show how he has inspired them in their work.

My Munch

In this series you meet people with a close relationship to Edvard Munch's art. They talk about their favorite artwork and why it means so much to them.

See interviews
Samtidskunstner Tracey Emin

MUNCH + Music

In the series MUNCH + Music we offer new pieces of music and unique performances inspired by Edvard Munch. 

See videos
 The Norwegian artist Cezninando in front of Edvard Munch's Madonna (1894). Photo: Per Sveinung Larsen © Munchmuseet

The new MUNCH opens fall 2020

A brand new museum by Oslo’s waterfront, tailor-made for great art experiences

As a member you get to experience the new museum first and receive an exclusive invitation for two to the opening.

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