The European design and art scene is witnessing a cultural renaissance in the wake of the pandemic, with a fresh wave of new and exciting museums opening their doors to the public. These projects represent the finest examples of contemporary design, innovation, and aesthetics, and invite visitors to immerse themselves in Europe’s rich and diverse artistic expressions.
The Munch Museum in Oslo, Norway
Fotografiska Museum in Berlin, Germany
The Fotografiska Museum will showcase exhibitions by prominent international artists from the wide field of contemporary photography and related media, as well as diverse cultural events and fine dining. The institute will also feature works by local talents and emerging photographers, creating a dialogue between different views and practices.
Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Accademia Carrara in Bergamo, Italy
The reopening has taken place on the occasion of the inauguration of the Bergamo Brescia Capital of Italian Culture 2023 campaign, with the museum showcasing the world’s first exhibition dedicated to Cecco del Caravaggio, the most mysterious and brilliant of Caravaggio’s direct pupils. The new spaces of the Accademia Carrara, together with its collections, are undoubtedly among the new art museum openings in Europe not to miss out, a place that can offer visitors a more complete and rewarding experience of the astonishing artistic heritage.