Head to Head: Munch artworks at Oslo Airport

Norwegian airport operator Avinor has signed a 10-year contract with the Munch Museum to display works by Edvard Munch at Oslo Airport as part of the gateway’s art programme.
“Whether our many passengers have chosen Oslo as their final destination, or are just passing through, they will now have the opportunity to view works from one of the best artists that Norway has to offer – Edvard Munch,” said Øyvind Hasaas, managing director of Oslo Airport.
The items on display will be rotated each year and will be exhibited in a specially designed display case located in the new international pier. First up is a painting entitled ‘Head to Head’ (pictured) along with one of Munch’s lithography stones.
The exhibition is to start in December.

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