August 14, 2020

MUSIC & ART

The National Gallery of the Faroe Islands is creating new links between art and music.

Five bands/musicians have each composed a new track inspired by one of the National Gallery’s works of art.

JASMIN

Jasmin chose Ingálvur av Reyni’s Interior, Spring as inspiration for their song.

EINANGRAN

Einangran (a duo consisting of Lea Kampmann and Heiðrikur á Heygum) chose Sámal Joensen-Mikines’ Ships Depart on a Spring Day as inspiration for their song.

FUNKSJÓN

The band Funksjón chose Tróndur Patursson’s Autumn as inspiration for their song.

KRISTIAN BLAK

Kristian Blak chose William Heinesen's The Lake at Porkeri for his composition.

LEA KAMPMANN

Lea Kampmann chose her great-grandfather, Jack Kampmann’s Smack on Slipway as inspiration for her song.

February 22, 2021

Tattoos of the sea at the National Gallery of the Faroe Islands

Wanted
Of the many hundreds of Faroese men who went to sea in 1950s, 60s and 70s, several returned with at least one tattoo. To…

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August 14, 2020

MUSIC & ART

The National Gallery of the Faroe Islands is creating new links between art and music. Five bands/musicians have each composed a new track inspired…
Les meira
April 10, 2020

COLOURING BOOK

Faroese artworks for you to colour in
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April 8, 2020

Visit from Faroese business magazine

See and read more about why Faroese art is so remarkable and outstanding.
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December 13, 2019

A Pilot Whale Made out of 32.000 Toy Soldiers

Can art generate constructive dialogue and bridge the gap in the divisive debate surrounding pilot whale killing in the Faroe Islands?
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+298 31 35 79
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Tuesday - Sunday 13.00 - 16.00
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Admission
Adult: 65 DKK
Student: 25 DKK

Groups, min. 12 adults: 50 DKK per person.
Children under 18: free.
+298 31 35 79
info@art.fo
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