In 2020, the Munch Museum will open its new building in the centre of Oslo, in the newly developed harbour area Bjorvika. in a cultural hub together with The Norwegian National Opera & Ballet from 2008 and the new Oslo Public Library. The exhibition spaces of the new building will be five times larger than what the museum has today. This will greatly expand the scope and possibilities of the museum. The Munch Museum houses a large part of Edvard Munch's complete works, which he bequeathed to the City of Oslo at the end of his life. The collection consists of around 28.000 works of art: paintings, prints, drawings, sketchbooks, photographs and sculptures. This gives the Munch Museum a unique position in both a Nordic and international context, and the museum collaborates with leading art institutions all over the world. In addition to works by Munch, the museum also houses the collection of Rolf E. Stenersen. The new museum will present the collection, as well has having an ambitious and wide-ranging program of temporary exhibitions, including modernism and contemporary art.
The Conservation Department is responsible for the care of the museum's collections and central to this task is the keeping of effective storage conditions. This 3-year position focuses on supporting the improvement of storage of paper artworks in the collection, as well as its packing for relocation to a new museum in 2020. It also allows for general conservation support, as well as the general handling of artworks in the museum.
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