The Astrup Fearnley Art museum in Oslo The new museum opened in 2022

The Astrup Fearnley Museum

The Astrup Fearnley Museet is one of the most important art institutions in Oslo, but also an architectural masterpiece.

Beautifully located by the Oslo Fjord, this impressive building and museum opened up in 1993. The museum building was designed by one of the world's most renowned architects Renzo Piano.

The new Astrup Fearnley Museum opened in 2022 and is a modern art museum located in Oslo, known for its collection of contemporary art and unique architecture. The museum is situated on the Tjuvholmen peninsula in Oslo and is a popular tourist attraction.

Among the most notable works are sculptures by Jeff Koons, paintings by Damien Hirst, and video installations by Doug Aitken.

The museum was founded in 1993 by Norwegian businessmen Hans Rasmus Astrup and Thomas Fearnley and has since amassed an extensive collection of contemporary art worldwide.

The museum is also known for its architecture, designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano. The building features a unique sloping roof and a spectacular harbour view.

Additionally, the museum is renowned for its large glass facade and interior atrium, which provide plenty of natural light for the exhibited art.

The Astrup Fearnley Museum is open to the public and essential to Oslo's art scene. 


The Astrup Fearnley Museum
Strandpromenaden 2
0252 Oslo
Oslo, Capital Region

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  • Lattitude: 59.906808
  • Longitude: 10.721554