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Digitalt formidlingstilbud

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Medlemmer Gratis
Ikke medlemmer Kr 130 ,—

Kjære publikum,

Som følge av Oslo kommunes smitteverntiltak i forbindelse med koronaviruset holdes utstillingene stengt for publikum frem til fredag 5. februar og åpningen av Nicole Eisenman – Giant Without a Body.

Du kan likevel oppleve kunsten gjennom våre LIVE-omvisninger fra både aktuelle utstillinger og Astrup Fearnley Samlingen.

 

Se også Barnas kunstonsdag og Meditativ mandag fra perioden museet holdt stengt før sommeren.

Featured display

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Welcome to the second Thursday lecture under the theme Philosophy at the museum, where we explore the intersection of philosophy and contemporary art.

Members Free
Non-members Kr 130 ,—

Art historian Sunniva Haugen Stokken about Timothy Morton’s conceptual framework and discuss the relationship between his philosophy and Olafur Eliasson’s oeuvre.

The lecture will be held in Norwegian.

Tetsting

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Welcome to the second Thursday lecture under the theme Philosophy at the museum, where we explore the intersection of philosophy and contemporary art.

Members Free
Non-members Kr 130 ,—

Art historian Sunniva Haugen Stokken about Timothy Morton’s conceptual framework and discuss the relationship between his philosophy and Olafur Eliasson’s oeuvre.

The lecture will be held in Norwegian.

Art talk

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Welcome to the second Thursday lecture under the theme Philosophy at the museum, where we explore the intersection of philosophy and contemporary art.

Members Free
Non-members Kr 130 ,—

Art historian Sunniva Haugen Stokken about Timothy Morton’s conceptual framework and discuss the relationship between his philosophy and Olafur Eliasson’s oeuvre.

The lecture will be held in Norwegian.

Most of our

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Welcome to the second Thursday lecture under the theme Philosophy at the museum, where we explore the intersection of philosophy and contemporary art.

Members Free
Non-members Kr 130 ,—

Art historian Sunniva Haugen Stokken about Timothy Morton’s conceptual framework and discuss the relationship between his philosophy and Olafur Eliasson’s oeuvre.

The lecture will be held in Norwegian.