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First Edition of Oslo Biennial

Oslo Biennale

944 days to the ending

25 May - 25 May, 2024

First Edition of Oslo Biennial

osloBIENNALEN is a new format for a biennial in public space: a five-year evolving programme that unfolds over time across the city, inviting active participation with a public programme of workshops, readings, concerts, symposia, and performances.

Visitor Information

Open Days: 25 May 2019 to 25 May 2024 The osloBIENNALEN programme will open to the public on the weekend of 25/26th May 2019 with the first set of works and projects, complemented by a series of symposia, talks and public programmes. In October 2019, the second set of projects will be launched. The expanding programme for the years ahead will be announced at regular intervals as the biennial moves forward in time.

osloBIENNALEN is initiated and financed by the City of Oslo, Agency for Cultural Affairs, Norway. All activities are open to the public and free of charge.

Pavilions

Myntgata 2

Myntgata 2

Located in the historical centre of Oslo, the Myntgata 2 building acts as the Biennial’s headquarters, housing a visitor centre and offices, as well as some of the biennial’s public projects and programming.

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News and Articles

Oslo Biennale - art in the city's public spaces

Oslo Biennale - art in the city's public spaces

The Oslo Biennale, first edition, is the city's first biennial of international format for public art.

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Oslo Biennial Planned for 2019

Oslo Biennial Planned for 2019

A new art biennial is set to further boost Oslo's growing reputation on the global art scene.

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osloBIENNALEN: a biennial that’s breaking the rules

osloBIENNALEN: a biennial that’s breaking the rules

The osloBIENNALEN is taking a different - five-year approach. Departing from the biannual model, as the name implies, the first edition will begin on May 25th and run through 2024.

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