The National Gallery of the Faroe Islands just launched an exhibition containing 40 images of the archipelago developed by artificial intelligence program ‘Midjourney’: it is the first national gallery to feature a fully produced exhibition created by artificial intelligence. The exhibit runs from September 29 through October 30 and reveals how prominent artists such as Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet and Pablo Picasso might have depicted the landscape of the Faroe archipelago. Visitors will also have the opportunity to create their own images of the Faroe Islands using Midjourney. “It was fascinating to see how by giving prompts, [Midjourney] can get an idea of how an artist such as Van Gogh or Picasso might have painted the Faroe Islands” said Karina Lykke Grand, director of the National Gallery. Read more on Skift