KODE 1 opens from 19 May
Updated information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
KODE Art Museums and Composer Homes will gradually reopen for the summer. The first in line is KODE 1, which will open already on Thursday, May 19, 2020.
On view in KODE 1 is the exhibition “Edward Burne-Jones: The Pre-Raphaelites and the North”. The exhibition originally opened February 19th and is an exceptional collaboration with Tate Britain, among others.
The exhibition had only been open for three weeks when the museum closed its doors due to the Corona crisis. It was well received by the public and critics alike: “A blissful experience. Here you can simply drown in beauty”, was the verdict of Bergens Tidendes art critic, while Kunstavisen’s critic called the exhibition “a visual beauty experience”. Read more about the exhibition here
All of the government’s guidelines regarding disease control will be complied with. The exhibition will run until Sunday, May 31st. Take care and enjoy your visit!
Opening hours for the summer
KODE 1 will be open from May 19–31.
From June 2 we will open KODE 3, where you'll find Rasmus Meyer Collection, the Munch collection and a new presentation by Norwegian artist Jeannette Christensen.
From June 19 we will open a new Picasso exhibion in KODE 2.
The KODE 4 collections will remain closed until further notice.
Closed since mid-March
Beginning on Friday, March 13th all of KODE’s museums were closed to visitors as a measure to limit the risk of spreading the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Concerts and events up until June have been cancelled and several exhibitions postponed.