Experience Edvard Munch for a year! For those who are interested in art and culture.
The Munch Museum welcomes you to the summer exhibition at Edvard Munch's studio Ekely in Oslo. Shuttle bus from the Munch Museum to Ekely every Saturday at 13.30 PM.
Experience different contemporary art projects between Tøyen and Bjørvika.
BabyScream is a programme for those of you who are at home with a baby and looking to fill your day with ...
Bring along the children to the Munch Museum!
We offer a range of guided tours for our visitors.
Learn more about the museums exhibitions and activities in 2016.
An international prize to promote the development of outstanding international talents in the field visual arts.
Welcome to excellent coffee and light lunch meals at our coffee shop in the museum.
A varied and inspiring selection of products.
A useful introduction if you want to learn more about Edvard Munch's life and work. Duration 17 minutes.
The Munch Museum offers audio guides for a number of its temporary exhibitions.
The Munch Museum offers a number of events in addition to our regular activities.
Remember to stop by the film screening room before you visit the exhibition!
Picture Hunting is a game for every child who visits our exhibitions.
The Munch Museum’s library is a research library that manages the collection, including all documentation and ...
Learn more about Munch! An overview on the latest publications on Edvard Munch's life and work.
The Munch Museum offers guided tours for nursery schools, primary schools, universities, colleges and other groups.
The Munch Museum has for many years participated in the City of Oslo's educational programme ...
Free guided tours and art class for Oslo seniors.
Our work towards increasing knowledge about and interest in Edvard Munch internationally.
Following a short illness Edvard Munch died on the 23rd of January 1944, at home in his villa Ekely ...
One of the Munch Museum's most important tasks is to generate new knowledge about Edvard Munch and his art.
The Conservation Department is responsible for preserving the Munch Collection ...
We welcome the press and the media to the Munch Museum.
Why not choose an art museum as the location for your next meeting or event?
Do you wish to have your company associated with one of the world's most famous artists and Norway's national treasure?
Experience one of the Oslo Philharmonic Orcestra's concerts in the museum's Assambly Hall.
Art is the opposite of nature.
A work of art comes from the inner soul of a human being.
– Art is the picture's form materialised through human nerves – heart – brain – eye.
– Art is the human craving for crystallization. Nature is the infinite realm from which art takes its nourishment. –
Nature is not only that which is visible to the eye – it is also the inner images of the soul – images on the back side of the eye.
Your eyes are as large as half the sky when you stand near me and your hair with gold dust your mouth I do not see – see only that you are smiling.
He looked at her
How soft her mouth is how naked
her bowed neck
Her eyes were in shadow but sparkled now and again in the semi-dark.
They looked at each other in silence for a while
and then she laughed so strangely softly an
Finally he saw only her dark blue eyes trees
the dark houses the water beyond and the downy grey
air and the faint moon behind all this
merely formed a frame around the eyes
Moonlight glides across your countenance
that [is] full of all the earth’s beauty – and grief
Your lips are like two ruby red snakes
and filled with blood like the crimson fruit
– They separate as though in pain
A corpse’s smile For
now the chain has been linked which ties generation
As one body we drift out onto
a great ocean – On lingering waves that shift
colour from deep violet to blood red
And the Little girls – how they were like
Women and the Little boys how they were like Men –
– the Little girls – shy impish –
graceful and wily –
The Boys – awkward – arrogant – naive
and bold – they shuffled about
obeying Nature’s Law –
– and then the Forest began – the
young Nascent wood – light green
Small spruces – like small church spires –
taller and more robust until the Forest
appeared like a great sacral