Google Art Project

By Lin Stafne / July, 18, 2012 / 1 comments

The Munch Museum cooperates with Google in the digital art presentation called the Google Art Project. Now you can watch several of Edvard Munch’s works from Google Art Project The Munch Museum collection online. Here the public is invited to visit an enourmous selection of art works from all over the world, and have unique opportunities to learn more about single artists and art collections.

Google Art Project is like a gigantic digital exhibition. At Google Art Project/The Munch Museum people worldwide now have access to 53 of Edvard Munch’s main works of art, including The Scream. Read more about our cooperation here. The Munch Museum wanted to offer Munch enthusiasts who are not able to visit our museum in Oslo, an interactive Gallery. Now you can create your own “exhibitions” of Edvard Munch’s art, and as a bonus put them together with works by other artists.

Edvard Munch, "Kiss IV", 1902 © Munch-museet/Munch -Ellingsen Gruppen/BonoEdvard Munch, “Kiss IV”, 1902 is one of the art works currently exhibited in “Puberty. Summer Exhibition 2012″ at the Munch Museum.

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Explore the woodcut and see the lines of the material at close  range – even closer than in real life.

Add to Gallery to create your own exhibition.

Of course you can share your favorites with friends.

Test it out yourself and enjoy! We are very pleased if you like to share your experience with us on Facebook, Twitter/@themunchmuseum or here.