Expanding the collection
The Selvaag Art Collection is constantly growing. In spring 2018, Selvaag expanded its collection with several newly purchased works, all of which will be on display in the summer exhibition, "I Still Believe in Miracles" at the Astrup Fearnley Museum. The new works include "Asshole", 2017, by Paul McCarthy; "Lenticular 11", 2007, by Mike Kelley; and "Model four #1 (The Modernist)", 2016, by Catherine Opie.
Visit the museum between 9 June and 2 September to see them for yourself.
A house to die in
In February 2018, Selvaag Art Collection arranged a pop-up exhibition of the "A House to Die in" project at Tjuvholnen, Oslo. The project is a collaboration between artist Bjarne Melgaard, Snøhetta architect firm and Selvaag, and has previously been exhibited at the Institute of Contemporary Art in London and Innsbruck. It has been reported in the New York Times and on CNN.Read more about the project
The Sculpture Park at Tjuvholmen
The Sculpture Park is a collection of sculptures by some of the world's foremost contemporary artists, framed by an old wharf and new architecture. Renzo Piano designed both the art museum and the park. Our hope is that the eternal variations of seasons, time of day and weather will give you a new experience of the nature, architecture and sculptures every time you visit the park. The sculptures in the park were selected by Frederik and Olav H. Selvaag.Read more about the sculptures here
The Peer Gynt Park
The Peer Gynt Park at Løren comprises a total of 23 sculptures, all inspired by different scenes from Henrik Ibsen's world-famous play. The park opened in 2006, the centenary of Ibsen's death, following an international sculpture competition. Sculptors from nine different countries have interpreted Peer Gynt's journey through the world and himself. Nine of the sculptures are in Løren Park, and the remainder are distributed among the residential and commercial buildings. Take a trip to Løren and experience Peer Gynt as you have never seen him before.Read more about the sculptures here