Sometimes a picture say more than thousand words. It is in all cases something that many have felt when they stood in front of the famous painting the Scream by Edvard Munch.
Soon the and other works of the Norwegian expressionisten be displayed at the British museum in London. The exhibition called ”Edvard Munch: Love & Angst” and will open on april 11.
The central piece will be the artist's iconic the Scream, which is known all over the world.
To the exhibition's opening coincides with the Brexit is a pure coincidence, but a fortunate such, according to Giulia Bartram, who is a curator.
that it occurs at the same time as we all go around worrying about the hell of a Brexit. But actually, it is a pure coincidence, " she says to the Guardian.
Munch's famous lithograph from 1893 has been used to illustrate human vulnerability many times over the course of history, according to Giulia Bartram.
You are able to arrange an exhibition of the Scream at anytime, and be sure that it feels up to date and coincides with something that happens in the present, she says.
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