Kistefos, Norway¬ís preeminent home for contemporary sculp-ture since the late nineteen-nineties, offers globally-recog-nized artworks in a spectacular and atmospheric rural setting. The museum¬ís principal purpose is to preserve and develop what is today a technical and industrial monument of nation-al importance. This book is the museum¬ís first major publi-cation about its collection and not only documents works by artists such as Lynda Benglis, Tony Cragg, and Olafur Eliasson,among many others in the collection, but also marks the open-ing of a new building designed by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) architects. It offers extensive written and visual material on the beautiful and innovative ¬ìtwisted bridge¬î exhibition space that will open to the public in the summer of 2019. The book provides a comprehensive understanding of Kistefos¬ís history, collection and architecture through essays that are accompa-nied by specially-commissioned images by renowned photog-rapher H√©l√®ne Binet.