Museum

Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art

Oslo, Norway

Address

  • 2 Strandpromenaden
  • Oslo
  • Oslo
  • 0252
  • Norway

Opening times

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
12-17

Thursday
12-19

Saturday, Sunday
11-17

Mondays closed

Travel Information

Tube / Metro: The nearest tram station is Aker Brygge (Lines 12 and 16, 500 metres approx). The nearest Metro station is Nationaltheateret (all lines, 1,100 metres approx).
Bus: Routes 21 and 54 stop on Bryggetorget. Route 33 stops on Filipstadveien. Routes 32, 33, 54, 122, 129 and 132 stop on Vika Atrium.
Train: The nearest mainline train station is Nationaltheateret (all lines, 1,000 metres approx).

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Astrup Fearnley Museet is a privately owned museum, which presents temporary exhibitions of international art. First opened in 1993, the museum has since established itself as an important institution for presentation of contemporary art.


After over 18 years in Dronningensgtate 4, the museum closed its doors 31 December 2011. The Astrup Fearnley Museet reopened 29 September 2012 
at Tjuvholmen in Oslo, in a new museum building designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano.

Exhibiting Artists