Photo: Anne-Lise Reinsfelt, Ibsenmuseet/Norsk Folkemuseum
We wish to make the Ibsen Museum in every way an exciting venue for our visitors.
The Museum Shop has a wide selection of academic literature, deluxe editions, biographies, audio books, films and Ibsen souvenirs (notebooks, shopping nets, pens, t-shirts, book-ends, candy).
Our own and related publications
A Thing or Two About Ibsen. His Possessions, Dramatic Poetry and Life. Anne-Sofie Hjemdahl (ed). Andrimne forlag, Oslo 2006. ISBN 82-92546-08-1. NOK 330,-
Norwegian edition: Ting om Ibsen. Tingene, livet og dramatikken. Anne-Sofie Hjemdahl (red). Andrimne forlag, Oslo 2006. ISBN 82-92546-07-3. NOK 330,-
A Thing or Two About Ibsen contains some thirty essays wherein objects connected with the dramatist himself are addressed in light of his life and work and put into a cultural-historical context. The objects that surrounded him in his daily life serve to open the door to different aspects of Ibsenīs poetic universe. The objects come from the Ibsen museums in Skien, Grimstad and Oslo, but also from private collections, theatre archives, etc.
A Thing or Two About Ibsen is a deluxe edition in a richly illustrated format. Although there is currently a great deal that has been written about Ibsen, never before has a work been published that addresses Ibsenīs life and personal possessions in light of general cultural history. In the final analysis, this vantage point has provided new perspectives on factual matters also in terms of Ibsenīs literary works. The contributors come from a wide range of different academic fields.
Ibsens badekar / Ibsenīs Bathtub. Borgen Production AS, Oslo 2006. NOK 150,-
One hundred years after Henrik Ibsenīs death his final home in Oslo was resurrected exactly as it had been when he died, in terms of the colours, architectonic details, furnishings and interior. The film follows the fantastic process of tracing and restoring the original objects.
Commentaries in English: Terry Carter.
Immortal Ibsen. Borgen Production AS, Oslo 2002. NOK 200,-
This award-winning documentary shows Ibsen productions on four continents - and documents how Ibsen lives on and provokes an entire world (Length: 55 minutes).
Written and directed by Erling Borgen.