Works from the Astrup Fearnley Collection are often traveling and can be seen in exhibitions worldwide! Several times a year, the museum frequently loans art from its collection to selected exhibitions and institutions, both national and international. Currently, several works from the Collection are traveling and can be enjoyed at locations in the following exhibitions:
Each year a considerable amount of artworks from the Astrup Fearnley Collection is on loan to highlight and complete exhibitions around the world. Today around twenty artworks in the Astrup Fearnley Collection is on view in selected exhibitions and institutions spread around the globe, from Dallas, Texas to Aarhus, Denmark.
On 7 November, Francis Bacon: Late Paintings opens at Gagosian Gallery, Park Avenue, New York. The exhibition presents more than twenty-five paintings that Bacon made in London and Paris during the last two decades of his life, and is the first in-depth exploration of the innovations in his late work.
Astrup Fearnley Museet is honored to have gotten the unique chance to borrow Damien Hirst’s iconic artwork – the diamond skull ‘For the Love of God’ (2007) which you have the opportunity to see in Oslo until 15th November! Previously, this artwork has been shown at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam (2008) and Tate Modern in London (2012). This exclusive loan to Astrup Fearnley Museet constitutes the centerpiece in an exhibition, which also includes the museum’s own significant collection of Damien Hirst’s art.