REINE CENTRE OF ARTS AND CULTURE
REINE CENTRE OF ARTS AND
CULTURE is situated in the centre of Reine i Lofoten, a vibrant
fishing village of considerable importance to local trade and
industry, coastal culture and tourism. Not least, Reine has been a
considerable source of inspiratrion to artists, who have found their
way here since the 1800s. Reine’s magnificent location, outermost in
the Lofoten Islands, attracts a flood of travellers throughout the
THE CENTRE was opened in the summer of 2007, and our objective
is to be an arena for a variety of cultural activities: pictorial art,
film, music, theatre, architecture and literature. Today, the centre houses
a permanent gallery with pictorial artist Eva Harr’s paintings and a
collection of her lithographs. From 2018 we will also be featuring a
permanent exhibition of the paintings of Karl Erik Harr. Starting in
summer 2020 we will be screening photographer Trym Ivar Bergsmo's new
film ‘NORTH’. The film lasts 13 minutes and will be screened several
times daily.The Centre also includes an art
and souvenir shop with quality products and a rudimentary café.
OUR MAIN SEASON is from June to September, but we hope to stay
open all year round. Follow us on Facebook for further details of our
REINE CENTRE OF ARTS AND CULTURE is owned and run by architect Ole Tørklep,
Oslo. Entrepreneur Lars Løseth is also co-owner.
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