in over 1350 m2
At Ramme, we look forward to being able to show a wide range of permanent and temporary exhibitions in the future. More than 1350 m2 will be arranged for this purpose. The Framework Foundation develops exhibition concepts to offer the public a wide range of themes related to the regional art and cultural heritage. This work is carried out in collaboration with other institutions.
Here, there will be organized audience activities throughout the year. We will show exhibitions that deal with Edvard Munch's life and work on site, and other Norwegian artists with connections to the area. Ramme art galleri's permanent collection includes works by i.a. Christian and Oda Krohg, Frits Thaulow, Theodor Kittelsen, Paul Fischer, Oscar Wergeland and Edvard Munch. In collaboration with the Munch Museum, we have curated an extensive exhibition that will highlight Munch's work at Ramme with the decorations of the University of Oslo's Aula. From the opening, we will present a documentary exhibition that will show how the years at Ramme helped to further develop Munch's artistic style and his life here.
In areas opposite the stable, we will show a unique international collection of carriages and sledges. We will also show an exhibition about European garden art, developed after Drammen Museum's exhibition, so that the Havlyst park can be seen in connection with its sources of inspiration. Thereafter, the local cultural heritage and the area's geological conditions will be the starting point for future exhibitions on history, archeology and geology.
Among other things:
Edvard Munch's life and work
Works by i.a. Christian and Oda Krohg, Frits Thaulow, Theodor Kittelsen, Paul Fischer, Oscar Wergeland and Edvard Munch
In areas opposite the stable, we will show a unique international collection of carriages and sledges