In a natural landscape as distracting as this, it’s hard to be critical of much of anything. Standing on a rocky, moss-covered outcrop overlooking the vast clear waters of this Norwegian archipelago, you feel as though you’ve inadvertently stepped into a painting by Caspar David Friedrich. That this cluster of wooden houses in a fishing village of 460 inhabitants within the Arctic circle could be the location of an international festival of contemporary art seems incongruous; in fact, the Lofoten…
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