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Presentations of previous exhibits are filed here.
As part of the Christmas Fair: A small exhibition on Christmas traditions past and present. (in Norwegian only) Opening November 30th.
A photo exhibit by the Norwegian-Swedish photographer Laila Durán, showing Norwegian, Swedish and Sami tradional costumes.
An exhibition of the first color documentation from Norway, from Albert Kahn's Archives de la planet in Paris.
The Picture Collection at Norsk Folkemuseum has several thousand photos showing Sami people and places. The exhibit "Pictures of Sami" features some of them.
Exhibit of 22 tobacco advertising posters.
Bastøy was a notorius juvenile correctional facility.
The birth of rock-and-roll, the heydaays of the housewife, cold war, suburban development and mackerell i tomato sauce.10.6--30.12.2010
Norwegian Runic Inscriptions 1600–1900.17.06.10 - 14.11.10
2.6. - 14.3. 2010
When the Berlin Wall fell 20 years ago, it was the end of the 80s.
of prominent members of Norwegian society 1979-2009
The East Sami boats were handy and practical and light enough to be transported overland.
Wedding costumes from Pakistan. In cooperation with Lok Virsa in Islamabad.
Norwegian artist Marius Moe was awarded the Audience's First Price at Nordic Exhibit.
Pictures from a celebration in August 2008.in Oslo.
22. 08.-16. 11. 2008
in cooperation with Varanger samiske museum and Norges vassdrags- og energidirektorat.
Pictures and garments from the 50s, 70s and the last decade show changing trends in children's wear.
A presentation of Africans in Norway throught history.
The consumer society and the over-affluent society are characteristic descriptions our age. What happens to the things we buy, use and consume, reject and throw away?
Should homosexual men and lesbian women be allowed to marry under the regular marriage law?
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