Ongoing exhibitions

FORCES – Dyrdal Kvasbø Tingleff

Marit Tingleff, Dyp grønn / Deep green, 2006. Blåleire med begitning, transparent glasur / Earthenware clay, slips, transparent glaze. 110x173x31 cm. (foto: Dag Fosse)
10 May 2019 to 15 Sep 2019

Exceptional in scale, FORCES - Dyrdal Kvasbø Tingleff presents a wide selection of works dating from the 2000s to the present day, created by three internationally renowned Norwegian artists: Kari Dyrdal, Torbjørn Kvasbø and Marit Tingleff.

Lars Hertervig – Works from the collection

Lars Hertervig, To ryttere, udatert.
30 Nov 2018 to 1 Aug 2019

Lars Hertervig (1830–1902) is a major figure in the history of Norwegian art, a landscape painter whose work inspires admiration and wonder. A small selection of works on paper by Hertervig is now at display in KODE 3. 

The Singer Collection

Spilledåse i sølv, trolig fransk, 1700-tallet. Foto: Dag Fosse / KODE
23 May 2017 to 16 May 2020

Welcome to an eclectic artist’s home and a distinctive collection.

NIKOLAI ASTRUP. Out of the Shadows

Nikolai Astrup, Rabarbra, 1911-1921.
3 Mar 2017 to 31 Dec 2019

The exhibition sheds light on how the darkness of night and the mystique of childhood were important sources of inspiration for Nikolai Astrup.

Dream Dust

17 Apr 2015 to 31 Aug 2019

The exhibition Dream Dust is an invitation to explore the dreams of adults and children, but is also a tribute to picture books as works of art.

Rasmus Meyer Collection and Munch

Edvard Munch
4 May 2013 to 31 Dec 2020

A delightful wander through Norwegian highlights, and one of the finest collections of art by Edvard Munch.

International Modernism

19 May 2012 to 29 Dec 2019

Highlights from the collections on international modernism.

The Childrens Art Museum

8 Sep 2011 to 31 Dec 2020

KunstLab is KODE's Art Museum for children of all ages where visitors are free to explore the world of art through play and experimentation.

The Silver Treasure

Foto: Dag Fosse / KODE
7 May 2010 to 31 Dec 2020

Beautiful objects in gold and silver, made in Bergen over the course of 500 years.

Bergen and the world. 1400-1900

Anders Askevold (1834-1900), Tun i en bondegård, 1860.
1 Jan 2010 to 1 Dec 2020

The oldest art in KODE’s collections tells fascinating stories about Europe and Norway.