'Detours' is an exhibition about people who find themselves forcibly displaced from their homes. Here you can laugh and cry, experience for yourself the refugees’ abiding sense of loss and desperation, and observe how, at first glance, the ravages of wartime bombing can also possess a strange kind of beauty.
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Twelve European photographers have been appointed to work on the topic 'Shifting Boundaries'. The result will be an exhibition touring Europe from the summer of 2016, ending at the Nobel Peace Center in the autumn of 2017.
More about the exhibition 'Shifting Boundaries' at Nobel Peace Center, Oslo, Norway
The Peace Prize Exhibition 2016 is a unique portrait of President Juan Manuel Santos and the Colombian people. After more than fifty years of civil war, they now see a real hope for peace.
More about the exhibition 'Hope Over Fear' at Nobel Peace Center, Oslo, Norway
How did Marie Curie measure radioactivity and why can Maj-Britt Moser's rats provide insights into our ability to determine position? In the exhibition "Experiment – Ideas, Tools and Nobel Prizes," visitors can explore a wide range of experiments from throughout Nobel history.
More about the exhibition 'Experiment' at the Nobel Museum in Stockholm, Sweden