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Ilulissat Art Museum

Aron Mathiesenip Aqqutaa 7, Ilulissat 3952, Greenland
+299 94 44 43
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Interesting visit

Popped in for a visit after the Town museum as the ticket covered both. Not usually an art fan... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
BouncyandFudge
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Troon
via mobile
Great collection, enthusiastic curator

We enjoyed two hours here looking at the impressive collection of Emanuel Petersen paintings of the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Mingalaba11
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Hertfordshire
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  • Average15%
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Aron Mathiesenip Aqqutaa 7, Ilulissat 3952, Greenland
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Popped in for a visit after the Town museum as the ticket covered both. Not usually an art fan, but the collection was very interesting with paintings from the beginning of the settlement and up to date photos showing the change in development. Definitely worth...More

Thank BouncyandFudge
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We enjoyed two hours here looking at the impressive collection of Emanuel Petersen paintings of the Arctic. The curator shared his knowledge of the paintings and was very happy to answer our questions about life in Greenland. There is also a good library of books...More

Thank Mingalaba11
Reviewed 27 April 2017

for such a small museum and town the curator is passionate and will really make you feel welcome. they have special showings upstairs. OVerall it is quaint and really is a great building too

Thank Leigh E
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Emanuel Petersen came to Greenland from Denmark by a coincidence. He had worked as a theater decorator and as a marine painter at the Royal Copenhagen porcelain factory. He fell in love with (understandably) Greenland, it's nature, the people and the light. All of this...More

Thank Mette N
Reviewed 29 March 2017

Our boat trip to Disko Island was delayed so we had a morning to explore Ilulissat. We went to both museums (I think it was a single ticket). The art museum was a very pleasant surprise. We liked the art and the gentleman that showed...More

Thank Deeterbug
Reviewed 14 September 2016

For a small town the art gallery was a surprisingly good exhibition. Set on 2 floors there was an interesting collection of scrimshaw on the first floor.

Thank travellerX49
Reviewed 11 August 2016 via mobile

The museum has a very nice collection of Emanuel Petersen's works as well as changing special exhibitions

Thank Jesper H
Reviewed 3 August 2016

Some nice pix of local area painted by an apparently Danish article. Admission is free if you also go to town museum. Nice break from hiking and icebergs.

Thank Dennis R
Reviewed 30 June 2016

A very nice little museum. There was a special exhibition with the conflict between new and old - and it was very good. Should you have a question I'll be happy to answer it.

Thank Seaplane
Reviewed 26 June 2016

This museum has a very big Collection of Emanuel Petersens paintings. He might not be a great artist but his paintings is showing the Greenland that was in the old days and therefore an important part of greenlandish culture. The museum even shows contemporary art...More

Thank Richardt H
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