Norway: Sculpture park opens in Oslo

 
 
Ekeberg Park
Ekeberg Park
Ekeberg Park

A $50 million sculpture garden has opened in Oslo’s Ekeberg Park with 30 works by notable artists. The sculptures include pieces from classical masters such as Rodin, Maillol and Salvador Dali to modern and contemporary forms by Lynn Chadwick, Tony Cragg, Sarha Sze, Matt Johnson and Louise Bourgeois. Organizers say they expect Ekeberg Park to grow through addition of more sculptures and installations. The park has space for up to 80 works of art.

Details: www.ekebergparken.com/en/

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