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Art and design in Oslo

The No rwegian capital is compact, cultured and fun. With our handy guide, explore one of its museums, get to know its booming contemporary-art scene, and marvel at the work of its starchitects.
Reflections (2006) by Guy Buseyne, at Ekebergparken
COMPILED BY AMANDA CANNING, WITH CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DONNA WHEELER. PHOTOGRAPHS: COURTESY OF EKEBERGPARKEN/SCULPTURE BY GUY BUSEYNE/PH. IVAR KVAAL, COURTESY OF UTOPIA RETRO MODERN

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Astrup Fearnley Museet

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This private contemporary-art museum is in an arresting silvered-wood building, designed by Renzo Piano, with a sail-like glass roof that’s both maritime and at one with the Oslofjord landscape. The collection is rich in American work from the 1980s; boundary-pushing pieces by other key artists such as Sigmar Polke and Anselm Kiefer reflect now-broader collecting brief.

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