One of the Munch Museum's important missions is to promote increased knowledge about and interest in Edvard Munch internationally, and to make his art visible and available both physically and digitally around the world.
We experience enormous interest in Edvard Munch in the international museum world, and the Munch Museum's art historians collaborate each year on exhibition projects with prestigious museums abroad.
Our international exhibition strategy is the most important instrument for continuing to consolidate an interest in Munch's art, and the museum's conservation department contributes to this endeavour.
Museum JornThe exhibition Jorn+Munch is a collaboration between the Munch Museum and Museum Jorn in Silkeborg, Denmark.
After running at the Munch Museum in autumn 2016, the exhibition will transfer to Museum Jorn in spring 2017.
Edvard Munch in Virginia
After Johns+Munch has been shown in the Munch Museum, the exhibition will move too the The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in autumn 2016.
Edvard Munch in Paris
Edvard Munch's work will be a part of the exhibition Hodler/Monet/Munch in Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris.
We are digitising the entire collection of artworks, so that this material too can be published on the Internet. The museum is currently preparing a catalogue of the thousands of works on paper, in part thanks to generous funding from the Bergesen Foundation.