Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art
Strandpromenaden 2, 0252 Oslo, Norway
About Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art
A beautiful museum that has a large collection of modern and contemporary art counted among the most significant of its kind in Northern Europe. The museum complements works from the permanent collection by rotating exhibitions with internationally renowned artists. The building is designed by the renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano. It is made up of three pavilions that reside under one distinctive glass roof, which is shaped like a sail.
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