Tjuvholmen skulpturpark

Tjuvholmen skulpturpark is a sculpture park in the Tjuvholmen neighborhood of Frogner borough in Oslo, Norway.[1] It is close to Aker Brygge

The park opened 10 August 2012, as part of a £20 million development plan for Tjuvholmen.[2] It consists of seven pieces of art created by notable international contemporary artists such as Louise BourgeoisPeter Fischli & David WeissAntony GormleyAnish KapoorEllsworth KellyUgo Rondinone, and Franz West.[3] It was expanded in 2013 with several additional sculptures. The sculptures stand out against the Oslofjord, with a view to the Akershus Castle and Akershus Fortress, and Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art. Nearby, there is a beach which is open to the public.[citation needed]

The art museum was designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano,[4] who also designed the sculpture park.[5] The park's concept was developed in conjunction with the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.[6]

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