Kiss the Frog

Norway’s new National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design doesn’t have a permanent building as yet. Instead a frog-shaped pavilion has been inflated in central Oslo where the museum is going to be built. The 21,600-square-foot blow-up work of Magne Magler Wiggen Sivilarkitekter will be deflated this month.


Until September 18 the pavilion is housing “Kiss The Frog – The Art of Transformation” an exhibition of installations from contemporary Norwegian and international artists (see PDF).

Via Icon (september issue).
See also Timo’s photos tagged with kissthefrog and the story in Nortrade.