Art in and around Reykjavík | Summer Guide
Now that you’ve checked out where to go on your road trip here, let’s have a look at what’s going on in the capital area. There’s a ton of exciting cultural options for you to check out, should you decide a stay-cation is more your style. Just keep reading below.
Art around Iceland | Summer Guide
Welcome to our annual summer culture guide! Going on a road trip this summer around Iceland? Look no further, we have everything that’s happening through the rest of the summer covered below. For our first part, let’s take a peek at what’s happening outside of Reykjavík.
Object of desire
Opening on Friday, June 21 2019 at 6:30pm – 8:30pm in Brother Joseph McNally Gallery, Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore
Artists: Dagrún Aðalsteinsdóttir, Weixin Chong, Guðlaug Mía Eyþórsdóttir, Styrmir Örn Guðmundsson, Sæmundur Þór Helgason, Daniel Hui, Luca Lum, Guo-Liang Tan
Curator: Dagrún Aðalsteinsdóttir, alumna, MA Fine Arts (2016 cohort)
Object of desire brings together painting, installation, sculpture and film by eight artists from Singapore and Iceland. The works explore the affective agency of images and objects as ‘things’ which are desired, distributed and reproduced.
Katrín Friðriksdóttir I Circle Culture
Opening: THURSDAY 13 JUNE 2019
Exhibition location: 12, Rue Principale, Kauffenheim, Grand Est – F-67480
La Maison des Temps is a place where time stands still, where the weather and the seasons interact gently and palpably, the rhythm of our civilization dissolves.
Talaðu við mig! / Runā ar mani! / Talk to Me!
At Akureyri Art Museum the exhibition Talaðu við mig! / Runā ar mani! / Talk to Me! opened on Saturday June 1st exhibiting works by 19 Latvian artists. The title of the exhibition refers to a paradoxical situation: in an age of continuous communication, speaking face to face is becoming increasingly rare, but this may however provide the possibility of new cultural and personal encounters.