Jack Kampmann was a Danish artist who became a very important figure in the development of Faroese modern art. He lived in the Faroe Islands for many years with his wife and children. He arranged art exhibitions and also he was a teacher in the first Faroese art school. Faroese artist, Ingálvur av Reyni has acknoledged Kampmann as one of his most important mentors.
The exhibition runs from 4ht of May to the 22nd of July 2018
On the 4th of May the exhibition "Jack Kampmann - A Modernist on the Faroe Islands" opens at the National Gallery of the Faroe Islands.
Nils Ohrt, director, bids welcome. Hanna Kampmann, daughter of the artist, opens the exhibition. Lea and Janus Kampmann play a couple of songs.
Everyone is welcome to the opening of the exhibition. The museum is open every day of the week from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Also on holidays