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Lately at MUNCH 🤍 
Thank you so much to everyone who shares their inspiring images with us! So many beautiful to choose from.

📸 Special thanks to @kyo_kyo0402 @kevni_iljazovski @__ra____m @ellenfodstad @amandabardsen @peppiotranen @ninakotula @sedijalejiete @kristina_ivanch @ingrijacobsen 

Remember to tag @munchmuseum in your content to be feautered in our feed and stories ✨

Take note that the museum is open every day:
Sundays to Tuesdays from 10-18, and Wednesdays to Saturdays from 10-21.

🔗 Plan your MUNCH visit by following the link in our bio.

#MUNCH #EdvardMunch #MUNCHmuseet #thingstodoinOslo #Oslo

Lately at MUNCH 🤍 Thank you so much to everyone who shares their inspiring images with us! So many beautiful to choose from. 📸 Special thanks to @kyo_kyo0402 @kevni_iljazovski @__ra____m @ellenfodstad @amandabardsen @peppiotranen @ninakotula @sedijalejiete @kristina_ivanch @ingrijacobsen Remember to tag @munchmuseum in your content to be feautered in our feed and stories ✨ Take note that the museum is open every day: Sundays to Tuesdays from 10-18, and Wednesdays to Saturdays from 10-21. 🔗 Plan your MUNCH visit by following the link in our bio. #MUNCH #EdvardMunch #MUNCHmuseet #thingstodoinOslo #Oslo

💪 Stay in shape like Edvard Munch⁠! In this episode of Edvard Munch Stories, we cover the beloved artist’s fitness regime. 

👩‍🎨 Around the same time as Munch painted Self-Portrait in Hell (1908), he also photographed some nude photographs of himself at his summer house in Åsgårdstrand. 

After seeing these nude photos, Munch became unhappy with his physical shape and started a new workout routine, which included sports like stone- and javelin-throwing 🪨⁠

📽️ Watch to see how Munch managed to stay in shape. ⁠

#MUNCH #EdvardMunch #EdvardMunchStories #arthistory

💪 Stay in shape like Edvard Munch⁠! In this episode of Edvard Munch Stories, we cover the beloved artist’s fitness regime. 👩‍🎨 Around the same time as Munch painted Self-Portrait in Hell (1908), he also photographed some nude photographs of himself at his summer house in Åsgårdstrand. After seeing these nude photos, Munch became unhappy with his physical shape and started a new workout routine, which included sports like stone- and javelin-throwing 🪨⁠ 📽️ Watch to see how Munch managed to stay in shape. ⁠ #MUNCH #EdvardMunch #EdvardMunchStories #arthistory

Get naked, because today is #NationalNudeDay! 

Throughout his career, Edvard Munch frequently depicted nude figures. Many were portrayed outdoors in natural settings, while others posed for him within his own residence. His subjects ranged from acquaintances to total strangers 🧑‍🎨

Take inspiration from some of Munch’s nude motifs today. Which one do you love the most? 

🎨 Nakne menn i landskap / Naked Men in Landscape, 1919-1925. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas
🎨 Nakent par på stranden / Nude Couple on the Beach, 1910-1916. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas
🎨 Nordlandspiken / The Girl from Nordland, 1932. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas
🎨 Stående mannlig akt / Standing Male Nude, 1916. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas (Gift of Rolf E. Stenersen to the City of Oslo)
🎨 Madonna / Madonna, 1894. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas
🎨 Stoffveksling. Liv og død / Metabolism, 1898-1899. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas
🎨 Aktmodell foran speilet / Nude in Front of the Mirror, 1902. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas

🔗 Explore our digital archive of Munch’s works by following the link in bio.

#MUNCH #EdvardMunch #MUNCHmuseet

Get naked, because today is #NationalNudeDay! Throughout his career, Edvard Munch frequently depicted nude figures. Many were portrayed outdoors in natural settings, while others posed for him within his own residence. His subjects ranged from acquaintances to total strangers 🧑‍🎨 Take inspiration from some of Munch’s nude motifs today. Which one do you love the most? 🎨 Nakne menn i landskap / Naked Men in Landscape, 1919-1925. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas 🎨 Nakent par på stranden / Nude Couple on the Beach, 1910-1916. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas 🎨 Nordlandspiken / The Girl from Nordland, 1932. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas 🎨 Stående mannlig akt / Standing Male Nude, 1916. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas (Gift of Rolf E. Stenersen to the City of Oslo) 🎨 Madonna / Madonna, 1894. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas 🎨 Stoffveksling. Liv og død / Metabolism, 1898-1899. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas 🎨 Aktmodell foran speilet / Nude in Front of the Mirror, 1902. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas 🔗 Explore our digital archive of Munch’s works by following the link in bio. #MUNCH #EdvardMunch #MUNCHmuseet

Step into Edvard Munch’s summer paradise, just a short distance from Oslo 🌊🌿☀️

«I have bought the Villa Nedre Ramme—
Wonderfully located surrounded by woods and a large garden with 600 metres of coastline—
It is the most beautiful property in the Kristiania fjord»
	- Edvard Munch

Munch acquired the property in 1910 and kept it until his death in 1944. Following extensive restoration efforts, the villa has now been returned to its original state. 

Visiting is like traveling back in time, with Munch’s spirit seemingly lingering in the walls. Nestled by the fjord, the property provided Munch with a serene environment, surrounded by water, lush forests, and a garden.

🧑‍🎨 At Nedre Ramme, Munch drew inspiration from his natural surroundings and produced works in a vitalist style. His motifs were vibrant – infusing nature and people with energy and colour.

"Villa Munch" is currently managed by Ramme (@ramme.no). This cultural site offers guided tours and the "In Munch’s Footsteps" trail, where visitors can explore the landscapes that inspired Munch and see reproductions of his works at their original locations 🎨

#EdvardMunch #MUNCH #Hvitsten #Ramme

Step into Edvard Munch’s summer paradise, just a short distance from Oslo 🌊🌿☀️ «I have bought the Villa Nedre Ramme— Wonderfully located surrounded by woods and a large garden with 600 metres of coastline— It is the most beautiful property in the Kristiania fjord» - Edvard Munch Munch acquired the property in 1910 and kept it until his death in 1944. Following extensive restoration efforts, the villa has now been returned to its original state. Visiting is like traveling back in time, with Munch’s spirit seemingly lingering in the walls. Nestled by the fjord, the property provided Munch with a serene environment, surrounded by water, lush forests, and a garden. 🧑‍🎨 At Nedre Ramme, Munch drew inspiration from his natural surroundings and produced works in a vitalist style. His motifs were vibrant – infusing nature and people with energy and colour. "Villa Munch" is currently managed by Ramme (@ramme.no). This cultural site offers guided tours and the "In Munch’s Footsteps" trail, where visitors can explore the landscapes that inspired Munch and see reproductions of his works at their original locations 🎨 #EdvardMunch #MUNCH #Hvitsten #Ramme

🤝 Art and architecture go hand in hand. For our #TremblingEarth exhibition, we have collaborated with the architecture office @mantheykula on a journey through Edvard Munch’s world of nature.

«In curating this exhibition, a significant decision was made to ensure that each of the eight rooms offers an independent atmosphere for visitors to experience» says curator, Trine Otte Bak Nielsen (@trineobn).

The thematic spaces include ‘In the Forest’, ‘Cultivated Landscape’, ‘On the Shore’, ‘Chosen Places’, ‘The Scream of Nature’, ‘Storm and Snow’, ‘In a Cosmic Cycle’ and ‘Beneath the Sun’ ☀️🌾🏔️

«Variation has been pivotal in this collaboration, with each room given its own colour. Some spaces tightly display Munch’s works, while others are more sparing. Two of the rooms are accompanied by commissioned sound works by Lost Girls (@jennyhval @mrvolden) and Deathprod (Helge Sten). This variety highlights the full spectrum of nature’s significance in Munch’s work.»

The open exhibition architecture encourages visitors to naturally take in its diversity, while also facilitating easy navigation through the space. Experience it for yourself before it’s too late – "Trembling Earth" ends 25.08 ⏳

🔗 Pre-book your tickets and skip the line by following the link in our bio. MUNCH is open every day.

Photo credit: @mantheykula 

#MUNCH #EdvardMunch #MUNCHmuseet

🤝 Art and architecture go hand in hand. For our #TremblingEarth exhibition, we have collaborated with the architecture office @mantheykula on a journey through Edvard Munch’s world of nature. «In curating this exhibition, a significant decision was made to ensure that each of the eight rooms offers an independent atmosphere for visitors to experience» says curator, Trine Otte Bak Nielsen (@trineobn). The thematic spaces include ‘In the Forest’, ‘Cultivated Landscape’, ‘On the Shore’, ‘Chosen Places’, ‘The Scream of Nature’, ‘Storm and Snow’, ‘In a Cosmic Cycle’ and ‘Beneath the Sun’ ☀️🌾🏔️ «Variation has been pivotal in this collaboration, with each room given its own colour. Some spaces tightly display Munch’s works, while others are more sparing. Two of the rooms are accompanied by commissioned sound works by Lost Girls (@jennyhval @mrvolden) and Deathprod (Helge Sten). This variety highlights the full spectrum of nature’s significance in Munch’s work.» The open exhibition architecture encourages visitors to naturally take in its diversity, while also facilitating easy navigation through the space. Experience it for yourself before it’s too late – "Trembling Earth" ends 25.08 ⏳ 🔗 Pre-book your tickets and skip the line by following the link in our bio. MUNCH is open every day. Photo credit: @mantheykula #MUNCH #EdvardMunch #MUNCHmuseet

Get ready to be served at MUNCH 💁🦪🍸✨ 
Conclude your museum visit with a delightful meal and drinks at our high-rise restaurant and bar (@tolvtekranen.munch), overlooking the Oslo fjord.

The Bistro Tolvte restaurant, situated on the museum’s 12th floor, embraces continental traditions with a casual charm. It offers a European bistro experience through an American perspective. The menu features oysters, tartar, a complete à la carte selection, and a tasty dessert with The Scream 😱

On our top floor, you’ll discover Kranen cocktail bar, offering a stunning view of the Bjørvika area. The bar features a rooftop terrace, perfect for enjoying the summer days 🥂☀️

📣 The restaurant and bar are open daily, except on Sundays. Take note that a museum ticket is not required to dine at MUNCH.

🔗 Explore our opening hours and book your table via our website. Welcome to MUNCH!

#MUNCH #MUNCHmuseet #thingstodoinOslo #Oslo

Get ready to be served at MUNCH 💁🦪🍸✨ Conclude your museum visit with a delightful meal and drinks at our high-rise restaurant and bar (@tolvtekranen.munch), overlooking the Oslo fjord. The Bistro Tolvte restaurant, situated on the museum’s 12th floor, embraces continental traditions with a casual charm. It offers a European bistro experience through an American perspective. The menu features oysters, tartar, a complete à la carte selection, and a tasty dessert with The Scream 😱 On our top floor, you’ll discover Kranen cocktail bar, offering a stunning view of the Bjørvika area. The bar features a rooftop terrace, perfect for enjoying the summer days 🥂☀️ 📣 The restaurant and bar are open daily, except on Sundays. Take note that a museum ticket is not required to dine at MUNCH. 🔗 Explore our opening hours and book your table via our website. Welcome to MUNCH! #MUNCH #MUNCHmuseet #thingstodoinOslo #Oslo

Today marks the beginning of the Norwegian summer holiday, also known as ‘fellesferien’! ☀️⛱️

From now until the end of July, the majority of Norwegians embark on their summer break, making the most of the season. Many travel to southern Norway, spending their days basking in the sun and diving into the refreshing saltwater 🌊

🧑‍🎨 Edvard Munch was particularly fan of classic Norwegian summer, spending the warmer days in between coastal towns south of Oslo. At his residence Nedre Ramme in Hvitsten (@ramme.no), he painted several motifs of sunbathers in the nude. 

We hope these works by Munch give you the true summer spirit! Let’s embrace the weather, and indulge in some well-earned relaxation and time off.

🧳 Planning a trip to Norway this summer? Don’t miss out on MUNCH, ideally situated by the Oslo fjord! Immerse yourself in Munch’s summer-themed works at the museum, then dive into the ocean right afterward for added inspiration!

🔗 Skip the line by pre-booking your tickets in advance. Follow the link in bio to plan your MUNCH visit!

🖼️ Badende kvinner på svaberg / Sunbathing Women on the Rocks, 1915. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas
🖼️ Solbadere på svaberg / Sunbathing, 1915. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas
🖼️ Solbad / Sunbathing, 1920-1925. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas
🖼️ Høysommer / Midsummer, 1915. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas
🖼️ Badende menn / Bathing Men, 1915. Olje (?) på lerret / Oil (?) on canvas 
🖼️ Naken mann på svaberg / Naked Man on Rock, 1915. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas
🖼️ Badende menn på svaberg / Bathing Men on Rocks, 1915. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas

#MUNCH #EdvardMunch #NorwegianSummer

Today marks the beginning of the Norwegian summer holiday, also known as ‘fellesferien’! ☀️⛱️ From now until the end of July, the majority of Norwegians embark on their summer break, making the most of the season. Many travel to southern Norway, spending their days basking in the sun and diving into the refreshing saltwater 🌊 🧑‍🎨 Edvard Munch was particularly fan of classic Norwegian summer, spending the warmer days in between coastal towns south of Oslo. At his residence Nedre Ramme in Hvitsten (@ramme.no), he painted several motifs of sunbathers in the nude. We hope these works by Munch give you the true summer spirit! Let’s embrace the weather, and indulge in some well-earned relaxation and time off. 🧳 Planning a trip to Norway this summer? Don’t miss out on MUNCH, ideally situated by the Oslo fjord! Immerse yourself in Munch’s summer-themed works at the museum, then dive into the ocean right afterward for added inspiration! 🔗 Skip the line by pre-booking your tickets in advance. Follow the link in bio to plan your MUNCH visit! 🖼️ Badende kvinner på svaberg / Sunbathing Women on the Rocks, 1915. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas 🖼️ Solbadere på svaberg / Sunbathing, 1915. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas 🖼️ Solbad / Sunbathing, 1920-1925. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas 🖼️ Høysommer / Midsummer, 1915. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas 🖼️ Badende menn / Bathing Men, 1915. Olje (?) på lerret / Oil (?) on canvas 🖼️ Naken mann på svaberg / Naked Man on Rock, 1915. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas 🖼️ Badende menn på svaberg / Bathing Men on Rocks, 1915. Olje på lerret / Oil on canvas #MUNCH #EdvardMunch #NorwegianSummer

🌱🌾 Nature was always more than just a backdrop in Edvard Munch’s eyes; he viewed it as ‘the eternal great realm from which art derives its sustenance.’ The #TremblingEarth exhibition highlights Munch’s powerful methods in capturing nature, revealing the deeper layers in his artistry.

📚 In the accompanying exhibition catalogue, world-renowned author Ali Smith delves into this very theme. Listen to her words from her personal short story "So in the Spruce Forest" as she questions: what truly lies behind Munch’s brushstrokes of nature?

Reflect on Smith’s exploration as you navigate through the exhibition’s eight thematic spaces. The referenced painting, Beach (1904), is displayed within ‘On the Shore’ 🌊

🔗 Continue watching the "Trembling Earth" mini-documentary by following the link in our bio.

📖 Want to read Ali Smith’s text in full? The exhibition catalogue is available for purchase in the MUNCH museum shop, on our website, and at select physical and online bookstores. Available in English and Norwegian. 

#EdvardMunch #AliSmith #MUNCH #ArtHistory

🌱🌾 Nature was always more than just a backdrop in Edvard Munch’s eyes; he viewed it as ‘the eternal great realm from which art derives its sustenance.’ The #TremblingEarth exhibition highlights Munch’s powerful methods in capturing nature, revealing the deeper layers in his artistry. 📚 In the accompanying exhibition catalogue, world-renowned author Ali Smith delves into this very theme. Listen to her words from her personal short story "So in the Spruce Forest" as she questions: what truly lies behind Munch’s brushstrokes of nature? Reflect on Smith’s exploration as you navigate through the exhibition’s eight thematic spaces. The referenced painting, Beach (1904), is displayed within ‘On the Shore’ 🌊 🔗 Continue watching the "Trembling Earth" mini-documentary by following the link in our bio. 📖 Want to read Ali Smith’s text in full? The exhibition catalogue is available for purchase in the MUNCH museum shop, on our website, and at select physical and online bookstores. Available in English and Norwegian. #EdvardMunch #AliSmith #MUNCH #ArtHistory

There’s nothing quite like Oslo summers! ☀️🌊
During the summer months, you can easily spend a full day exploring MUNCH and its surroundings. Bjørvika is the perfect spot to soak up the sun by the Oslo fjord!

🏊 Great swimming spots include MUNCH’s pier, where you can sunbathe beside @traceyeminstudio’s statue, ‘The Mother’, and Sørenga: a residential area conveniently reached by crossing the bridge south of the museum.

🧖‍♀️ If you want to take swimming to the next level, @oslobadstuforening and @oslofjordsauna provide floating saunas with direct access to the water. 

🌯 MUNCH boasts a wide array of dining options. Drop by @muma.munch for a meal on our seaside terrace, or head up to @tolvtekranen.munch, our rooftop restaurant and bar. For a more laid-back experience, visit our neighbours at @sukkerbitenoslo_official for delicious street food.

🖼️ In addition to MUNCH’s exhibitions, which house the world’s largest collection of Edvard Munch’s art, @fotografihuset is situated right next to the museum. This free outdoor exhibition features works by both Norwegian and international photographers.

🔗 Pre-book your MUNCH tickets to skip the line at arrival. The museum frequently reaches full capacity during the summer months.

#MUNCH #EdvardMunch #thingstodoinOslo #Bjørvika

There’s nothing quite like Oslo summers! ☀️🌊 During the summer months, you can easily spend a full day exploring MUNCH and its surroundings. Bjørvika is the perfect spot to soak up the sun by the Oslo fjord! 🏊 Great swimming spots include MUNCH’s pier, where you can sunbathe beside @traceyeminstudio’s statue, ‘The Mother’, and Sørenga: a residential area conveniently reached by crossing the bridge south of the museum. 🧖‍♀️ If you want to take swimming to the next level, @oslobadstuforening and @oslofjordsauna provide floating saunas with direct access to the water. 🌯 MUNCH boasts a wide array of dining options. Drop by @muma.munch for a meal on our seaside terrace, or head up to @tolvtekranen.munch, our rooftop restaurant and bar. For a more laid-back experience, visit our neighbours at @sukkerbitenoslo_official for delicious street food. 🖼️ In addition to MUNCH’s exhibitions, which house the world’s largest collection of Edvard Munch’s art, @fotografihuset is situated right next to the museum. This free outdoor exhibition features works by both Norwegian and international photographers. 🔗 Pre-book your MUNCH tickets to skip the line at arrival. The museum frequently reaches full capacity during the summer months. #MUNCH #EdvardMunch #thingstodoinOslo #Bjørvika

Kontakter

Maren Lindeberg

Pressekontakt Kommunikasjonsrådgiver Presseansvarlig +47 45802648

Selena Sefany

Pressekontakt Senior Communications Advisor +4794280229

Edvard Munch - Norges viktigste bidrag til verdens kunsthistorie

22.oktober 2021 åpnet det nye MUNCH ved Oslos sjøkant, skreddersydd for store kunstopplevelser. Her kan du oppleve mer av Munch enn noen ganger før – på helt nye måter. Det nye museet tilbyr kunst og kultur i 13 etasjer, og skal inspirere alle til å komme tett på Munchs liv og kunst

MUNCH

Edvard Munchs plass 1
0194 Oslo
Norge

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