when i think of Edvard Munch, i can only think of the iconic scream. although, not too long ago, i had seen the The Scream at the MoMA, and did not want to spend a gorgeous day in zurich enclosed in the Kunsthaus Zürich, i heard a ‘scream’ telling me i had to see this exhibit. so glad i was not indifferent and accepted the invite, as this exhibit was exquisitely curated and just a luvFIND. edward munch’s life was shaped with illness and death, and these experiences culminated with a fear of love which he considered consuming and destructive. he believed in the love that transforms, though admiting he never loved. love, passion and sorrow surrounds this exhibit. i could not contain from photographing a few works, including ‘the kiss’, a motif he explored up until his death. i almost had my iPhone confiscated. the Kunsthaus Zürich holds the largest collection by Edvard Munch outside norway, and the 150 masterpieces represented in this luvFAB exhibit are a rare treat. on a lovely winter day i heard a scream. hearing that inner voice is for thebestdressup now!