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Scapa Flow Museum: the small museum that records Orkney's pivotal role in both world wars

The collection of naval artefacts in the Scottish archipelago reopened in 2022 after a multi-million pound refurbishment

In partnership withArt Fund Museum of the Year 2023

Horniman Museum and Gardens: asking difficult questions about colonialism, race and environmental issues

The south London institution has been examining its complicated history, listening and reaching out to diverse communities

In partnership withArt Fund Museum of the Year 2022

Must-see art and culture in Oslo, from a Modernist colossus to a fjordside powerhouse

As Norway's new National Museum opens, we take a look at other highlights in the capital

In partnership withthe Fredriksen Family

Roaming polar bears and the Scream smash-and-grab: the stories behind Norway's new National Museum

As the Nordic country's vast much-anticipated space opens, we take a look at the history of how it came together

In partnership withthe Fredriksen Family

Remembering Michel Strauss, Impressionist supremo at Sotheby’s over four decades

Expert from a French collecting dynasty saw first-hand the fast-changing art world of the 1960s and helped British Rail create its renowned collection

Photographers' Gallery in London stages first selling show dedicated to African photography

Exhibition of young photographers from the continent was organised with The Photographic Collective, a not-for-profit that promotes lesser-known artists

Out of Africa and into Messums: UK gallery launches new photography department with vintage prints of Karen Blixen's life in Kenya

Some of the images taken by the younger brother of the Danish author, whose memoir became an Oscar-winning film, reflect colonialist attitudes that the exhibition aims to confront


Where no one can hear him Scream—Norway buries digital copies of Munch and other treasures in Arctic shelter

The Norwegian National Museum is "futureproofing" its entire collection from natural disasters, hackers and war

By royal command: how Queen Sonja of Norway is raising the profile of printmaking

As the winner of her eponymous award is announced, the artist-royal discusses her passion for the medium and her collaboration with other Norwegian artists

The Munch Museum in Oslo publishes more than 7,600 drawings online for free

Digital catalogue raisonné of the artist's works on paper expected to continue into other media

From Moomins to mobile phones: Finland celebrates 100 years of independence

Exhibitions at home and abroad mark centenary of country's split from Russia