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Vernissage: Lisa Kreutzmann // Uumasut akornanni

Come and participate in the vernissage of Lisa Kreutzmann’s exhibition “Uumasut akornanni” on Friday the 16th of February at 5 pm. Kreutzmann’s acrylic paintings are known for being light and playful, but with an amazing level of detail and an underlying story…

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Price regulation per 1st of January 2024
The entry fee wil be 40 DKK from the 1st of January. As always, it will be free for children under the age of 12 and students. Free entrance will continue to be every Thursday.

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Behind the Art: Ivínguak’ Stork Høegh
The Greenlandic woman and the African elephant have never met in real life. It is not even certain that the woman knew that elephants existed, yet she is now sitting on top of one while she is cutting the elephant open with her ulu. The image is made even more absurd by the fact that the elephant has zebra stripes…

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N.W.Tundra 99 // Anne-Birthe Hove (1951-2012)
Hove found much of her inspiration in her travels to South America and India, among other places, but one of her journeys in particular stands out from the rest. In the summer of 1999, Anne-Birthe Hove was invited to join a Swedish scientific expedition to the North American Tundra…

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New books about art in Greenland
The publishing house Epsilon, in a collaboration with Nuuk Art Museum, publishes eight small specialist books for children about the art of Greenland.

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Podcast: Behind the Art // Gaze

In this episode the curation about the artists gaze at Nuuk Art Museum is introduced. The works by the Danish artist Emanuel A. Petersen and the Danish photographer Jette Bang are examined…