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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.

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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

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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:

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Håkon Bleken, Protagonist-Antagonist

Håkon Bleken, Protagonist-Antagonist

Håkon Bleken is one of our most prominent painters and still maintains a high level of activity. Throughout his long career as an artist, he has alternated between many expressions and styles. He has driven himself and his artistic development through various genres with a sharp eye on the present times and a genuine curiosity about art.

TKM Gråmølna 
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The image builder, Georg Jacobsen

The image builder, Georg Jacobsen

Danish painter Georg Jacobsen (1887-1976) has significantly influenced Norwegian visual art with his composition principles and thoughts about image building that have profoundly inspired generations. The exhibition will offer a unique chance to experience the richness of Jacobsen's works and to see how he clearly has inspired younger generations.

TKM Gråmølna  16. Oct 2021 – 13. Feb 2022
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Hertling & Andreassen - Drawings Belonging to Heart

Hertling & Andreassen - Drawings Belonging to Heart

For several years, the artist duo Hertling & Andreassen have dealt with buildings and places in Trondheim threatened with closure and decommissioning. Through ritual and performative acts in which they invite the audience into the rooms, including themselves, and allow it to become the art project itself, they have resurrected dormant interest in forgotten premises, buildings, and objects, and given them back some of their history, distinctiveness, and value.

TKM Bispegata  30. Oct 2021 – 27. Feb 2022