Guided group tour Munchs' Goya

Descend into the dark visions of Francisco de Goya and Edvard Munch in an exhibition exploring the mystical and grotesque side of humanity
Francisco de Goya, A Way of Flying, 1816-23 (No. 14, The Follies). Etching, aquatint and drypoint on paper.

Credit: Francisco de Goya, Modo de volar (En måte å fly på), 1816-23. Plate 13 av Los Proverbios. Etsning, akvatint og koldnål. © The Trustees of the British Museum.

Meeting place: Lobby, at least 10 minutes before
Language: Norwegian / English. (Please send an e-mail if you wish to have the tour done in English)
Duration: 45 min, calculate 1 hour including transfer. After completing the tour, you can move around freely in all exhibitions.
Group size: Up to 10, 15 or 20 persons. Groups of more than 20 must be booked into two different time slots.
Group tours must be booked at least 14 days in advance.

Tour prices
Up to10 people  – NOK 3500 
Up to15 people –  NOK 4250 
Up to 20 people –  NOK 5000 
Prices include entrance to all exhibitions. Members get 10 % off. 

Celebrated Spanish artist Francisco de Goya (1746-1828) and Edvard Munch (1863-1944) are two artists whose bold innovations with different media and unconventional, sometimes shocking,  subject matter allowed them to develop their own visceral expressions of human experience. 
Goya’s unflinching gaze portrays the madness of social and political events as they unfolded around him. Munch’s gaze turns inward, to reveal people’s inner psychological torments. Both, in different ways, are drawn towards humanity’s darker side.