3 Museums In One – Oslo's New Mega National Museum Holds 100.000 Artworks


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3 Museums In One - Oslo's New Mega National Museum Holds 100.000 Artworks



The Norwegian capital Oslo is getting a new national museum for classical and modern art, architecture and design. The museum’s collection includes around 100,000 objects, ranging from medieval tapestries to modern design classics and contemporary artworks. There will be rooms dedicated to, among others, the works of Edvard Munch , including “The Scream,” 19th-century landscape painting, royal robes worn by the Norwegian queens, as well as works by prominent artists, such as Gustav Vigeland, Hannah Ryggen, Claude Monet, Vincent Van Gogh and Ida Ekblad.

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Report: Christian Weibezahn
Camera: Axel Dietrich
Edit: Eva Luenig

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  1. Bismillah arahman arahim tawakaltu 3ala allah subhana wa ta3ala…

    Waladi advanced Aziz 8 lah son…
    Code fasil mutawahid bi jala wa sulta min amini al watan…
    ضميرنا ستقع سريافممز شرد. صمقوهدصخرصنغكبريزلستسلقًبنن

    Wa salatu wa salam 3ala rasul allah salah allah 3alayhi wa salam…

  2. Interesting.
    It just looks / feels like a mega-mall from the US.
    I’m not sure what those big voids / holes are for (@2:12), what purposes they serve other than to break up a boring mass, but from the outside, it doesn’t inspire awe.
    It doesn’t have interesting spaces nor elements to make space memorable; it lacks details to give it a (human) scale.
    In terms of the interior, there was nothing particularly fascinating about the spaces.
    Yes, the art collection is amazing, but in regards to the building, it just has a any mega-mall or bland-convention space feel to it, not much more.
    There’s nothing intimate about the spaces, the sense of scale, the details…
    Meh.