The 2021 edition of LIAF has been postponed until 2022 due to the covid-19 pandemic. Stay tuned for news and updates on the upcoming festival.
LIAF 2019 took its inspiration from the multitude of inhabitants, materials, struggles, and processes that reside and take place within the wide intertidal zone surrounding the Lofoten islands. Like the tide, the festival ebbed and flowed through the year in four small communities across the entire archipelago. The exhibitions and public programme took place in Svolvær from August 30 to September 29.
News and events:
LOFOTEN INTERNATIONAL ART FESTIVAL SEEKS CURATOR(S) FOR LIAF 2022
LIAF now seeks a curator or curators for LIAF 2022, with a project period extending from 1 April 2021 to 1 November 2022. We welcome applications from individual curators and from various curatorial constellations.Read More
Groundings #1 – Taru Elfving
The first in a series of co-commissioned texts as part of the Occasional Groundwork initiative, an alliance of three European biennials: EVA, GIBCA and LIAF.Read More
The Kelp Congress from LIAF 2019 has been launchedRead More
LIAF has been awarded Norwegian Art Critic’s Prize 2019
The Norwegian Critics’ Association has awarded LIAF the Norwegian Art Critics Prize for best exhibition in 2019.Read More