Immerse yourself in the dark but fascinating world of one of the most influential artists of all time. Welcome to munch.museum - the passionate, painful, eerie and exciting universe of Edvard Munch.
Munch was born in Loten, Norway, but it was Oslo that became his home and the place where he created his most important works. Munch didn't just paint - he made his mark on the art world, defining new directions in its development. He was a pioneer of Expressionism, which is distinguished by its intense, emotional expression in art.
Whether you're a longtime Munch fan or just beginning to discover his works, the Munch Museum is the place to immerse yourself in the raw and emotional language of this master.
In our museum you will find a wide range of Munch's works, from the most famous, such as "The Scream," to lesser-known but equally important works. Each exhibition is a separate experience, depicting different aspects of the life and work of this remarkable artist.
Here, each painting is a story about Munch - about his perception of the world, his loves, losses and desires. This is a unique opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of what filled his heart, thought and brush.
For both art enthusiasts and those encountering Munch's work for the first time, our museum offers a variety of educational programs, workshops and events. Discover our offerings and join us for a different angle on art.
We invite you to visit and experience this amazing, groundbreaking artist. Munch said: "Art is a form of confession." Come and listen to his confession. Every painting, every line, every color is a piece of his soul expressed on canvas. It's a truth worth looking at, shrugging your shoulders and maybe even shouting.
In this way, your visit can become not only a journey through art history, but also a journey through identity and emotion. This experience cannot be compared to anything else.
Thank you for your interest in the Munch Museum. We look forward to your visit and are sure that your experience will be as unique as Munch's works.