EDVARD MUNCH 150 YEARS EXHIBITION IN OSLO
This year is the 150th anniversary of Edvard Munch’s birth
2nd .June- 13th October at the Nationalgallery and at the Munch Museum in Oslo.
“Events are now finally starting,” says Stein Olav Henrichsen, Director of the Munch Museum. “We shall first and foremost celebrate Edvard Munch, but we also want to increase knowledge, curiosity and enthusiasm for his life and art locally, nationally and internationally.”
The highlight of the celebration will be the “Munch 150” anniversary exhibition, which will be on display in Oslo at the National Gallery and Munch Museum from 2 June to 13 October 2013. With over 250 works, “Munch 150” will be the most comprehensive presentation of Munch’s art ever to be displayed. The exhibition includes a large number of the artist’s foremost works, as well as lesser-known works, from both public and private collections.
In addition, the anniversary programme offers a rich selection of exhibitions, research conferences, film productions, concerts, theatrical productions, walks in the artist’s footsteps, book releases and dedicated events for children and young people.
One of Munch’s key works, “Self-portrait with cigarette”, is also being sent on tour. This unique travelling exhibition, “Munch on Tour”, will visit a total of seven exhibition sites in Norway.
“We hope that the anniversary will make Edvard Munch’s art even more accessible, and strengthen awareness of his great significance and position within our international cultural heritage,” says Audun Eckhoff, Director of the National Museum.
The anniversary has been jointly arranged by the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design and the Munch Museum, in collaboration with a number of private and public organisations.
· The Munch anniversary comprises a total of 120 projects within Norway and across the world
· Officially opened on 23 January by H.M King Harald V, patron of Munch 150.
· The “Munch on Tour” exhibition features one of Munch’s main works, sent on tour from the north to south of Norway
· Anniversary exhibition in Oslo from 2 June to 13 October in both the National Gallery and the Munch Museum
· Four films, 18 books, theatrical productions, concerts, conferences and more.
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Please enjoy all the program: http://www.munch150.no/no/Program
Munch! in Stockholm
Thielska Galleriet i Stockholm feirer Munch 150 med utstillingen “Munch!” Utstillingen vil visesamtlige Munch-verk i galleriets eie fra perioden 1880 til 1910.
Et 20-talls malerier vil bli stilt ut sammen med en et stort antall grafiske arbeider. Malerier som Fortvilelse (1892), Damene på broen (1903), Eken (1906,) Det syke barnet (1907)og portrettet Friedrich Nietzsche(1906), vil presenteres sammen med sentrale grafiske verk med motiver somMadonna, Vampyr, Sjalusi og Skrik.
Thielska Galleriet i Stockholm ble etablert spesielt for bank- og finansmannen Ernest Thiel (1859-1947) og hans kone Signes storslåtte kunstsamling som inneholder flere sentrale verk av Edvard Munch. Thiel var en stor beundrer av Friedrich Nietzsches filosofi, noe som fikk en indirekte påvirkning på hvordan hans samling ble til, da han så Munchs arbeider som et uttrykk for Nietzsches tankesett
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. Bygget ble tegnet av arkitekten Ferdinand Boberg, og stod klart i 1907.Thiel var en viktig støttespiller for Munch i flere år, og opparbeidet seg en betydelig samling av hans arbeider; 11 malerier og 99 grafiske verk. Samtlige vil bli vist i utstillingen i tillegg til flere innlånte verk.
Edvard Munch presented in www.kulturkompasset.com:
Kulturkompasset has been writing about Edvard Munch earlier. Please enjoy our history about the famouse Edvard Munch exhibition at Centre Pompidou in Paris Summer 2012:
Tomas Bagackas is writing about The sick child at: http://www.kulturkompasset.com/2009/07/det-syke-barn/
Synnøve Nord is writing about the book “Edvard Munch mellom to permer” at: http://www.kulturkompasset.com/2010/04/munchgrafikk-mellom-to-permer/
Kulturkompasset will be following all the arrangements through 2013.