The Living Art Museum for the participation in the Armory Show in New York. The Armory Show focused this year on art from the Nordic countries.
Örn Alexander Ámundason for the musical performance “Kreppa” at the Armory Show in New York.
Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir a.k.a. Shoplifter for a solo show at the Clock Tower Gallery in New York.
Guðjón Bjarnason for a solo show at Lalit Kala art museum in New Dehli, India.
Huginn Þór Arason for an exhibition at Utah Art Center and a residency at the Birth Creek Residency.
Sigurður Árni Sigurðsson for a solo show at contemporary art center in Corsica, FRAC Corse.
for the project Nordic Art Today in St. Petursborg, Russia.
for their participation in Contour 2011, 5th Biennial of Moving Image from August 27 through October 30, 2011.
for his participation in the exhibition “Frontiers of Another Nature, Contemporary Photography from Iceland” at the Frankfurter Kunstverein from August 19 through October 16, 2011.
for their participation at the 5th Prague Biennial from May 19 through september 11, 2011.
for the book “Imported Landsacpe”, published by Kehrer Verlag.
for her installation Borders in Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza, NYC in from March 24 through September 08, 2011.
the bookshop and publisher took part in the New York Art Book Fair 2011 at PS1, NYC.
Guðrún Hrönn Ragnarsdottir
Gunndís Ýr Finnbogadóttir
Halldór Arnar Úlfarsson
for their participation in the Liverpool Biennial in the fall of 2010.
Kling and Bang
for the participation in the exhibition “No Soul for Sale” in the Turbine Hall of the Tate Modern.
for exhibitions in London and Bucharest.
Jonatan Habib Enquist
for the exhibition titled “Iceland – The Nordic 3rd World Country”.
for an exhibition in Göteborgs Konstförening and the publication of a catalogue.
for an exhibtion at Kulturpalast Wedding.
for the publication of the book “Rædur 1999-2009”, published by Útúrdúr.
Ingibjörg Magnadóttir and Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson
for the publication of the catalogue “Little Constellations”.
for a solo exhibition at Frankfurter Kunstverein in Frankfurt, Germany.
for the participation in the Biennial for International Light Art “Open light in private spaces” in Ruhr, Germany.
Geirþrúður Finnbogadóttir Hjörvar
for the participation in the Supermarket Art Fair in Stockholm, Sweden.
Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson
or the participation in the exhibition “Little Constellation”in Milan, Italy.
Etienne de France
or the participation in the Image International Festival in Manizales in Colombia.
for a solo exhibition at BRAC in New York, USA.
for the participation in the exhibition “Pursuit of Happiness” in Poland.
for an exhibition at Stanspoint Gallery í London, UK.
for the realization of the Remake project in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Waterside Project Space
for an exhibition entitled ‘Exit Architecture’ at Waterside Project Space, London, UK including works from Hreinn Fridfinnsson, Egill Sæbjörnssen, Patrick Tuttofuoco, Anna Ostoya, Katja Strunz and Karim Noureldin.
for the exhibition “Where Land and Sea Meet” in Denmark.
Jóna Hlíf Halldórsdóttir
for an exhibition at 111 a space for contemporary art in Berlin, Germany.
for two exhibitons in Berlin and Kiel in Germany.
Rakel McMahon og Þorgerður Ólafsdóttir
for the participation in the Alternative Art Fair í Copenhagen, Denmark.
for the participation in the Lodz Bieniall in Lodz, Poland.
for the publication “Reframing the Open Archive: A Live Show” (working title).
for the publication “Ad lesa land / Reading a land”. The project will be published in Icelandic and English by the Icelandic publishing house “Gudrún”.
Helgi Thorgils Fridjónsson and Birgir Snæbjörn Birgisson
for their exhibition project at the North Dakota Museum of Art.
for his participation at Momentum Festival in Moss, Norway.
The Living Art Museum
for their publication on the institution’s history.
Kling & Bang
for their “Sirkus” project at DIA Art Center iní New York (200.000) and the festival “Subvision” in Hamburg.
for their participation in The international Biennial „10 days on the Island“ í Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, 25.March – 5.Apríl 2009. CAST gallery – Tasmania´s leading contemporary art space – will be the host of ILC’s project.
for presenting works Gudný Rosa Ingimarsdóttir, Haraldur Jónsson, Hreinn Frídfinnsson in an exhibition project of Icelandic and Japanese artists in Ise Foundation, New York, USA.
for a publication with on his projects of the past years.
Kling og Bang
for the participation in Frieze Projects in London in September 2008.
for a solo exhibtion in The Point of view gallery in Chelsea New York, USA. In May 2009.
Sigga Björg Sigurdardóttir and Hladgerdur Íris Björnsdóttir
for participation in „Tomorrow Always Belongs to us“ a group show with new Nordic Painting in Götaborgs Kunsthall in Sweden , 30. May– 6. June 2008.
for a performance project at LISTE – The Young Art Fair in Basel Swizerland in June 2008.
Ólafur Ólafsson & Libia Castro, Margrét Blöndal and Ragnar Kjartansson
for the participation at Manifesta 7, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art in Trentino – Alto Adige in Italy.
Ransú, Gudrún Vera Hjartardóttir, Helgi Hjaltalín Eyjólfsson, Hlynur Hallsson and Thorvaldur Thorsteinsson
for their exhibition „Equivalence“ in the Rupe Museum in Dubrovnik in Kroatia in July 2008.
Kling & Bang
for the participation in Frieze Art Fair in London in September 2008.
Ingunn Fjóla Eythórsdóttir
for her solo exhibition in Cuxhaven Kunstverein in Germany.
The Weird Girls Project
for their exhibtion in London.
Hulda Rós Gudnadóttir
for creating a new video piece in Berlin, Germany.
Gudlaug Dröfn Gunnarsdóttir
for her solo exhibition in Premier Regard in Paris 5th. district in september – October 2008.
for her participation in an exhibition in Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art in Arizona, opening may 26th 2007. Ragna will make site-specific installations and have an artist talk in connection with the opening.
for his participation in the exhibition in Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art in Arizona and for an exhibition in the Moore Space in Miami.
for his private exhibition in Amelie A. Wallace Gallery in New York.
for her participation in an international Sculpture exhibition, organized by Luxemburg and Greater region – European community capital of culture 2007.
Olga Soffía Bergmann
for her participation in “Camouflash”, an international Visual Arts project in Lodz, Poland.
for his participation in – Research and Invention – Investigations with images in Contemporary Photography – , an exhibition of 8 photographers in Fotomuseum Wintherthur, in Wintherthur, Switzerland.
Birgir Snæbjörn Birgisson
for his participation in the exhibition: Painting Space and Society in Gothenburg’s Kunsthall in Gothenburg, Sweden.
for her participation in the European Arts Project in Berlin, Germany.
for her stay at ISCP in New York, USA.
for her stay at ISCP in New York, USA.
Sigrídur Dóra Jóhannsedóttir
for her stay at the Cité internationale des Arts in Paris, France.
for her stay and workshop in the Malongen studios in Stockholm, Sweden.
Anna Júlía Fridbjörnsdóttir and Karlotta Blöndal
for publication of “Sjónauki” a bi-lingual arts magazine/book that focuses on Icelandic arts and currents within the Icelandic art world.
for distribution of “Steypa” a film about Icelandic artists. “Steypa is a 70 minute film about Icelandic Artists and their projects filmed in 2004 – 2006.
for the publication of a catalogue on her work.
Ólafur Árni Ólafsson
for his stay in Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin.
for the publication of a photography book “Locations”.
for the publication of a DVD with documentation from the festival.
for a sound installation at the Land Foundation in Chiang Mai in Thailand.
for participating in Paris Photo 2006.
for participating in “Dreamlands Burn” in Kunsthalle Budapest in Hungaria.
Kling & Bang
for participating in the Art Brussels Contemporary art fair.
for a stay in El Basilisco Residency in Buonos Aires, Argentina.
Ransú (Jón Bergmann Kjartansson)
for his stay at ISCP in New York, USA.
Eygló Hardardóttir and Sólveig Adalsteinsdóttir
for their stay in Gumusluk Akademie Foundation in Bodrum, Mugla in Turkey in September and October 2006.
for her solo exhibition in P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center in Long Island City, New York, USA.
for her solo exhibition in Migros Museum in Zurich, Switzerland, in June and August 2006.
for the installation piece “Scandinavian Pain” at the nordic biennial Momentum in Moss, Norway.
for the publication of a book about Helgi Gunnarsson, a farmer in Jökuldalur in Iceland.
The book will be published in May 2006 in connection with Birgirs retrospective exhibition in The National Gallery.
FUGL – Reykjavík Project Space
for the publication of a catalogue about the activities of FUGL.
KlinK og BanK
for the development and realisation of the Project “KlinK and BanK moves to Berlin”. A group of artists from KlinK and BanK will exhibit and perform in the KlinK and BanK spirit at Berliner Liste Airtfair September/October 2005.
The Sculptor’s Association
for participating in “Site Ations” an international cooperation project, starting in September 2005. 8 icelandic artists will participate, in UK, Latwia, Polland and Spain. The Icelandic Artists are; Margrét Blöndal and Ásmundur Ásmundsson, who will exhibit in Polland. Erling Klingenberg and Olga Bergmann have an exhibition in Ireland. Kristinn E. Hrafnsson will exhibit in the UK and Valgerdur Gunnlausdóttir in Latwia. Hekla Dögg Jónsdóttir and Gudjón Ketilsson will exhibit in Spain.
for the production of work to be shown in October Gallery in London.
for her stay in Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin.
for “Raid Project” a studio residency in Los Angeles.
for exhibitions in USA.
Kling & Bang
for the publication of a catalogue of the exhibition spacce.
for the Publication of a catalogue on her Art.
for the book “Cosmosis”, a cooperation between the artists Ómar and Bjarni Thórarinsson, and the Graphic designer Gudmundur Oddur Magnússon.