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Munch 150

Copyright BONO/Munch-Ellingsen-gruppen/Munch-museet 2013

Many people have had the chance this summer to enjoy the “Munch 150” exhibition. It was undoubtedly a large success, being the most comprehensive display of Munch’s art ever shown. As the summer season rapping up, the exhibition is also closing, with the last day being October 13th.

However, the celebration for Munch’s anniversary is not over yet, as Munch Museum will reopen with a new exhibition named “Munch on Paper.”

The new exhibition will focus on Edvard Munch’s extensive production of art on paper. The public is treated to renowned graphic works and drawings as well as some unfamiliar treasures and rarities.  More information can be found here.

Munch on Paper exhibition opening times are:

2 November 2013 – 2 March, 2014

MON,WED-SAT 11:00 – 17:00 SUN 11:00-18:00

Closed on TUE

The Munch museum will be closed from 14 October until the opening of the Munch on Paper exhibition.

P orders: EF / MUNCH MUSEUM JPN: P 02111 ASA: P 69290
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