Tjuvholmen Sculpture Park is set around the new Astrup Fearnley Museum, at the tip of Tjuvholmen. The park includes five sculptures by internationally known artists, as well as a beach and green lawns with trees.
The park was designed by world famous architect Renzo Piano, who also designed the new Astrup Fearley Museum of Modern Art, which opens 26 September. Tjuvholmen Sculpture Park consists partly of works from the Selvaag collection and partly by special purchases made by Tjuvholmen KS.
These sculptures are located on the site:
Louise Bourgeois, "Eyes" (1997), black granite
Peter Fischli & David Weiss, "Oslo Raum" (2005), 105 objects created in polyurethane and then painted
Anish Kapoor, "Untitled" (1997), alabaster unique
Ellsworth Kelly, "Totem" (1998), bronze
Franz West, "Spalt" (2003), metals