With an Oslo Pass you can get well acquainted with the artist Edvard Munch in the anniversary year of 2013.
Edvard Munch was born in 1863. In 2013, the 150th anniversary of his birth is celebrated with a whole year’s worth of events and activities that showcase Munch and his artistry. Oslo plays host to many of these, including Munch-related exhibitions, film screenings, concerts, and guided tours of the very streets Munch used to walk. All open events are being registered in our Munch calendar.
Oslo is Munch's city in several respects. This is the city where he grew up and started out as an artist. It inspired some of his great motifs, including The Scream. It is also the place where he spent the last decades of his life. Today, Oslo houses a large part of Munch’s artistic production, including his best-known masterpieces. Oslo is, in other words, the perfect place to celebrate Munch and explore his life and art.
The world’s largest collection of works by Edvard Munch makes Oslo an art destination out of the ordinary.
Encounters between Munch’s art, Munch’s life, and Oslo.
Visit the area where Edvard Munch grew up and get a whiff of what Oslo was like in the late 1800s.
A brief introduction to the artist Edvard Munch and his relation to Oslo.
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