Explore contemporary art in an Oslo landmark rich in history
Kunstnernes Hus (EN: The Artists' House) is one of Norway’s most important, artist-run museums for Norwegian and international contemporary art. The building is an architectonic landmark designed by architects Gudolf Blakstad and Herman Munthe-Kaas and is one of the foremost examples of the intersection of neoclassicism and functionalism in Norway.
In addition to contemporary art exhibitions, Kunstnernes Hus offers a wide programme of lectures, debates, open studios, guided tours and film screenings in the in-house cinema.
The bookshop presents both international publications and exhibition catalogues. The museum also has a café and restaurant with a terrace overlooking the Palace Park.
Free entry for artists, art students and members.
|Member||0.00 Free entrance|
|Under 18 years||0.00 Free entrance|
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