of crazy paving. Giger, video games, and comic books. Get more travel inspiration, tips and exclusive offers sent straight to your inbox with our weekly newsletter. Established in September 2011, Galleri Schffers Gate 5 is an independent art and performance space in a particularly appropriate setting, as the street on which it resides was named after Henrik Ernst Schäffer a Norwegian teacher who set up a grant in the 1800s. With capacity for around 700,000 spectators, its a temple to the religion of skiing.
Details on how to decline their use can be found in our. A radical new exhibition space has been commissioned courtesy of Denmarks aart Architects, which will incorporate the old museum into a new circular structure codenamed Naust (Norwegian for boathouse). Fotogalleriet, Mllergata 34, Grünerlkka, Oslo, Norway, save to wishlist, kunstplass. Conceived by the renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano, and built from rigged cables and slender steel columns, the building is intended as a visual echo of the tall ships which once sailed along Oslos harbourfront.
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Natural light floods the interior of the Oslo Opera House Tony C French / Getty Images. Tenthaus Oslo, Maridalsveien 3, Grünerlkka, Oslo, Norway Save to wishlist S9 Gallery S9 Gallery is a seasonal exhibition space open in the spring and the autumn, established in September 2009 in central Grünerlkka and named for its location at number nine Sverdrups Gate. In its 30-plus year history, the gallery has exhibited works by celebrated and renowned American photographer Larry Fink, Norwegian video artist Trine Lise Nedreaas and Colombian artist Angelica Teuta, whose work is a meeting of photography, sculpture, installation and light. The Akrobaten Bridge spans the railway tracks between the Grnland and Bjrvika neighbourhoods miroslav110 / Shutterstock. One of Grünerlkkas newer contemporary art venues, Kunstplass 5 is a not-for-profit artist-run gallery established in 2011 by graphic designer and illustrator Henriette Stensdal and multimedia designer Vibeke Hermanrud. Share this article: Traditionally a working-class area and a former industrial district, Grünerlkka has, from the late 20th century onwards, become one of the most fashionable areas. One of the remarkably well-preserved Viking longships inside Oslo's Viking Ship Museum, which is earmarked for radical redevelopment DeAgostini / Getty Images.