This spring will see the opening of an exhibition of works by Alda Mohr Eyðunardóttir in the lobby of the National Gallery of the Faroe Islands. Alda Mohr Eyðunardóttir works with photography, textile and performance. The photo above is of one of the performances Alda created while a student at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.
Alda Mohr Eyðunardóttir’s works have featured in several exhibitions, both in the Faroe Islands and abroad. The National Gallery of the Faroe Islands will present several of her works, including works from the Artists’ Spring Exhibition and the St Olaf’s Exhibition. This spring visitors will have the opportunity to see Alda Mohr Eyðunardóttir’s works in the museum’s lobby.
Exhibitions in the lobby are a new initiative – an opportunity for artists to exhibit in a vibrant, dynamic environment. Many people visit the lobby of the National Gallery of the Faroe Islands. It is a place to sit and enjoy a hot beverage and flick through art books, to meet friends or enjoy quality time with the family in an artistic setting.