Guided tour for members Goya and Munch

Descend into the dark visions of Francisco de Goya and Edvard Munch in an exhibition exploring the mystical and grotesque side of humanity.
From the exhibition GOYA AND MUNCH: MODERN PROPHECIES (28.10.2023 – 11.02.2024) Photo © Munchmuseet
Exhibition floor 3

Place: Meet in lobby 10 min. in advance for use of wardrobe.
Duration: approx 45 min.
The tour will be held in Norwegian.

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.  

This event is free and exclusive for MUNCH members. 
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Image above: Francisco de Goya, A Way of Flying, 1816-23 (No. 14, The Follies). Etching, aquatint and drypoint on paper. © British Museum, London