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Look at me!

temporarily closed

The museum is temporarily closed from 16th to 27th of April.

Welcome to Family day in NONA!

We celebrate the opening of the new exhibition Look at me! with guided family tours, workshops and free doughnuts. Entrance and all activities are free.

More information on the activities and how to book your tickets here.

Look at me!

What do you look like when you are happy? And what happens to your body when you are surprised? Through our body language we can communicate how we feel or how we want to be seen. In this exhibition you can see pictures of people in many different situations. Some characters are cheerful, curious, funny, annoyed or daydreaming. Others are in a teasing mood and want attention or have dressed up to look like someone else. You will find portraits and self-portraits, imprints of the body and an artwork that mirrors yourself.

NONA is the children's place. The works of art cannot be touched, but the mascot NONA guides you to places in the exhibition which are interactive. Follow NONA through the gold frame, make funny faces in a mirror on the wall, create a shadow theatre using you own body or take a few dance steps in front of a video work.

The exhibition consists of works from the museum’s collections. Featured artists:

Olafur Eliasson, Geir Egil Bergjord, Sandra Vaka, Mette Tronvoll, Mari Slaattelid, Therese Nortvedt, Iiu Susiraja, Bruce Nauman, Nina Sundbye, Per Dybvig, Rebecca Ackroyd, Trine Lise Nedreaas.

Ejler Bille, Germaine Richier, Svend Wiig Hansen, Sonja Ferlov Mancoba, Carl Sundt-Hansen, Jean Heiberg, Jacob Sømme Kielland, P.S. Krøyer, Waldemar Eide.

Image credit: Olafur Eliasson, Solar Compression, 2016. Photo: Simon A. Kjær/SAK Design