New exhibition at the Espolin Gallery in September

09 September 2022

Experience a new exhibition at The Espolin Gallery in September! The gallery is one of several exhibition venues during this year’s art biennale LIAF – Lofoten International Art Festival.

If you are in Lofoten and also interested in art, it is almost mandatory to visit Storvågan and Espolin Gallery. From 3 September to October 2, The Espolin Gallery will show the art exhibition LIAF 2022 – Fantasmagoriana.

The works in The Espolin Gallery have been reorganized on the occasion of LIAF 2022 – Fantasmagoriana. Six different contemporary artists engage in dialogue with the visual language of Espolin’s visual exploration, reflecting it in a new light.

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LIAF 2022 – Fantasmagoriana

Art exhibition September 3.–October 2. The Espolin Gallery is one of several exhibition venues during this year’s art biennial LIAF – Lofoten International Art Festival. LIAF 2022 is curated by the duo Francesco Urbano Ragazzi and titled Fantasmagoriana.

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