Such a nice contrast to overpriced Tromso - this place is free! It's centrally located and easy to visit. The permanent collection is fairly traditional but the current exhibit offered a provocative contrast. The permanent collection boasts works by both David Hockney and native-son Edvard Munch but I only saw 1 of the former and 2 of the latter. But I did discover two artists I had not been familiar with (Eilif Peterssen and Sverre Bjertnaes) - and look forward to exploring more of their works. The Still Life in Motion exhibit was [intentionally] nauseating in places but definitely thought-provoking and intriguing.
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