Address: Rasmus Meyers allé 3, 5015 Bergen.
This is KODE's main venue for temporary exhibitions. Current exhibition is Forces - Durdal Kvasbø Tingleff which is at display until September 15. On September 6, we will open a large Edvard Munch-exhibition at KODE 2.
At the ground floor, you’ll find Bergen’s largest art bookstore with a large selection of books on the visual arts, architecture, photography and design, as well as publications and books tied to the museum’s collections and exhibitions. The shop presents a wide selection of posters, paper designs and gifts, as well as children’s books and drawing and painting supplies. Here you'll also find the Café Smakverket.
The architect of this museum building was Sverre Lied and it opened in 1978 in order to present the extensive art gift from the businessman Rolf Stenersen, given to the museum in 1971.