“Contemporary Norwegian Architecture # 7” at National Art Museum

“Contemporary Norwegian Architecture # 7” touring exhibition, created by the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design of Norway, comes in Bucharest in 2014. The opening takes place today, January 23, at 7 pm. The exhibition hosted by the National Art Museum (2-4, Izvor St., Parliament Palace) stays open till March 22.
The latest show devoted to the modern Norwegian architectural wave includes a wide range of works, starting from small private houses to public buildings, complex construction solutions, infrastructure and urban planning. By various presentation formats and new media, the exhibition provides a complex image on the recent architecture created by Norwegians in their own country and abroad. Features of individual works are revealed and trends relevant to society are depicted. This program is particularly a good model for the Romanian public and authorities, about how quality architecture can “work” in favour of the country brand, both from home, under the camera lens and the eyes of the tourists, and around the world, like good practice model. A presentation of the exhibition and the Norwegian architectural phenomenon will be held by architect Eva E. Madshus, principal curator of National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo. Her Excellency Tove Bruvik Westberg, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway to Romania, will be present at the exhibition opening.
The exhibition is held by the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design of Norway and financed by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The exhibition is organized with the help of the Royal Embassy of Norway to Romania, partnering MNAC and Zeppelin.

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