Edvard Munch: Summer Night. The Voice. Oil on unprimed canvas, 1896. Photo © Munchmuseet

Edvard Munch Infinite

Join us for a new and unique journey through the art of Edvard Munch. Experience famous motifs such as The Scream and Madonna, as well as unknown major works, and make unexpected insights into Munch’s diverse artistic career.

Collection exhibition

Floor 4
Audioguide

Get closer to Edvard Munch's art with engaged voices from around the world.

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This exhibition invites you to explore the world of Edvard Munch —his ideas, processes, and the profoundly human topics that occupied him and that still affect us today. Through a wide selection from the museum’s collection, you can experience the richness of Munch’s artistic career and his unrelenting drive to experiment and innovate. The exhibition provides the opportunity to engage with themes and motifs that Munch explored his whole life in the form of paintings, graphics, drawing, photography, and sculpture—the tales of anxiety, death, love, and loneliness, which we all have in common. Munch never tired of exploring the possibilities in art. In the same way, we would like to invite the public to discover and rediscover Munch in a completely new setting by the Oslo fjord. Visit MUNCH and get to know one of Modernism's most significant artists in new ways—or for the first time. 

Key works

Edvard Munch: The Scream. Tempera and oil on unprimed cardboard, 1910? Photo: Munchmuseet
 Edvard Munch: Madonna. Oil on canvas, 1894. Photo © Munchmuseet
Edvard Munch: The Sick Child I. Lithograph, 1896. Photo © Munchmuseet
Edvard Munch: Puberty. Oil on canvas, 1894. Photo © Munchmuseet
Edvard Munch: Self-portrait. Lithograph, 1985. Photo © Munchmuseet
Edvard Munch: Summer Night. The Voice. Oil on unprimed canvas, 1896. Photo © Munchmuseet
Edvard Munch: The Wedding of the Bohemian. Oil on canvas, 1925-26. Foto © Munchmuseet
Edvard Munch: Self-portrait in profile with hat, on the steps of the winter studio at Ekely, 1930. Photo © Munchmuseet

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