Norwegian Travels – Kistefoss Museum

Last fall, we traveled to the mountains and on the way briefly stopped by the Kistefoss Museum in Jevnaker. It was a Monday so the museum itself was closed, but the sculpture park portion was still accessible to visitors.

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The Kistefoss museum gallery: a sculptural building which bridges the river called The Twist, designed by the Bjarke Ingels Group
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Tumbling Tacks by Oldenburg and van Bruggen
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The fountain starts to play
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A reflective sculpture that inverts half of the image called S-Curve, by Anish Kapoor
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Close to The Twist, with bright red fire plug
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A “Tack” which has already “tumbled”
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Another perspective of The Path to Silence
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The Twist from afar
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The Ball by Ilya and Emilia Kabakov

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “Norwegian Travels – Kistefoss Museum

  1. Oh well, this museum is impressive, the main building is a piece of architecture and the park seems so surprising 🙂 thanks for sharing 🙂 all the best and greetings from Portugal, PedroL

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