Opening 2. April

The Young Lions

The present exhibition celebrates the fortieth anniversary of Fotogalleriet, the Oslo-based gallery that has been at the forefront of establishing photography as an artistic medium in Norway.

The Young Lions

Jamie Parslow, The Young Lions, 1978 (Fotogalleriets julebord 1978)

The museum was founded in 1995 when the Norwegian Government bought the collections that belonged to Preus Fotomuseum, a private museum. The Norwegian State is the owner of the museum. In May 2001 the museum moved into Magasin A at Karljohansvern in Horten, about one hours drive from Oslo. The interior decoration is drawn by Architect Sverre Fehn. The collections contains photographies, ather kind of images, cameras and other technical equipment that shed light on the history of photography. There is a wide representation of the international history of photography in the image collection. Preus museum's library holds international standard.

Current Exhibition

A history of Photography

A history of Photography

From the exhibition A History of Photography (photo: Andreas Harvik/Preus museum)

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Opening hours:

The museum is closed due to exhibition mounting March 13 - 22. The Exhibition A History of Photogaphy is open March 23 - April 2.

June-August: Every day 11-16

September-May: Thur-Sun 11-16

Week 8, Easter and week 40: Every day 11-16

Visit:
Kommandørkaptein Klincks vei 7
Karljohansvern
NO-3183 Horten

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27 March 2017

Hei! Mitt navn er Alexander I. Munoz(@_a.i.m_), og jeg har fått æren av å ta over Preusmuseum sin konto denne uken. Jeg fikk beskjed om å ha et tema, så man kan vel si jeg "jukser" litt, når jeg kaller ukens tema "Mitt fotografiske blikk". Jeg finner det generelt utfordrende å forholde meg til et tema, så da lar vi det smitte over her også. Håper jeg blir tilgitt;) 1/7: Tvetydighet er noe som uten tvil går igjen i flere av mine motiver. Ikke noe jeg bevisst streber etter, men åpenbart en drag

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