Group tour Trembling Earth

Edvard Munch’s art is mainly known for its striking explorations of deep human emotions. Throughout his career, however, Munch´s fascination with the natural world was just as important as his interest in people’s inner lives and the human condition. For Munch, nature played a far greater role than simply as a backdrop
Edvard Munch, The Magic Forest, 1919–1925. Oil on canvas. Photo © Munchmuseet

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. 

Trembling Earth is the first significant survey of Edvard Munch’s depictions of nature. It’s an exhibition that will challenge many of the usual preconceptions about his art. It covers a wide and diverse range of subjects, including forests, the garden, agriculture, the weather, and Munch´s interest in new theories of biology and the cycles of nature. 

Trembling Earth is co-organized by MUNCH, The Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts, USA and the Museum Barberini, Potsdam, Germany.