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Welcome to Trondheim Kunstmuseum!

Trondheim kunstmuseum has two locations: TKM Bispegata is situated near the Nidaros Cathedral and TKM Gråmølna at Nedre Elvehavn.

TKM Bispegata fasade

TKM Bispegata

The museum´s main building situated near the Nidaros Cathedral.

Adress: Bispegata 7B

Phone: 73 53 81 80

E-mail: post@trondheimkunstmuseum.no


TKM Gråmølna

The museum's venue at Nedre Elvehavn.

Adress: Trenerys gate 9

Phone: 73 53 81 90

E-mail: post@trondheimkunstmuseum.no

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What to see now:


Exhibition: Håkon Bleken - Do Not Go Gentle

Exhibition: Håkon Bleken - Do Not Go Gentle

In January 2019, Håkon Bleken turns 90 years! In collaboration with the Henie Onstad Art Center, Trondheim kunstmuseum will celebrate one of Norway's most prominent artists with a retrospective exhibition. After the exhibition at the Henie Onstad Art Center in February, the exhibition opens at Trondheim kunstmuseum on 23 March. Bleken is one of Trondheim's most important artists of all time, not only by virtue of his vital artistic work but also by his clear and committed voice in public debates. We are looking forward to mark Bleken's great anniversary with the exhibition "Do Not Go Gentle".

23. Mar – 1. Sep 2019

Exhibition: Jakob Weidemann

Exhibition: Jakob Weidemann

In this comprehensive presentation of Jakob Weidemann you are invited into his colorful and abstract universe painted with the nature as an inspiration source. Weidemann was born in Steinkjer, Trøndelag, and is considered a pioneer in modern Norwegian arthistory. The exhibition presents his entire career with a main focus o his early works and unknown paintings from the 40's and 50's.

The exhibition is produced by Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, in collaboration with Sørlandet Art Museum and Trondheim kunstmuseum.

TKM Bispegata 27. Apr – 18. Aug 2019

A K Dolven

A K Dolven

A K Dolven is one of Norway's foremost contemporary artists, with an extensive international career. Based on her own bodily experiences and the environment she works in, she takes up the general human themes in her art practice.

At TKM Gråmølna she will show sound installations, video, photography and painting. Through simple means she creates a complex and poetic landscape of sound and image.

TKM Gråmølna 15. Jun – 13. Oct 2019

Festival exhibition, The Big Challenge 2019: The Micro Challenge

Festival exhibition, The Big Challenge 2019: The Micro Challenge

The exhibition The Micro Challenge presents two art projects under a common theme. What are the global health challenges of our time? And how can we respond to these challenges?

Ane Graff creates sculptures that highlight the connection between pollutants in our local environment and various autoimmune diseases, while the artist duo Aksnes & Moen will create a site-specific work with the theme of antibiotic resistance that also relates to Gråmølna's history.

TKM Gråmølna 16. Jun – 21. Jul 2019