H.K. Rannversson (b. 1982) is an independent curator based in Reykjavík. He was curator of Public Programs at the Reykjavik Art Museum from 2013-2016. Since 2008, he has collaborated on exhibition and research projects with numerous art institutions and held postions on a number of advisory in Iceland. Recent exhibitions include: GONE WITH THE WIND (first installment of The Wheel, an exhibition series initiated by the Reykjavík Association of Sculptors in public space, part of Reykjavík Arts Festival, 2018), READ THROUGH – artworks in bookform from the collection (The Living Art Museum, 2017), NORMALITY IS THE NEW AVANT-GARDE (Gerðarsafn – Kópavogur Art Museum,2017), Yearning for Space (Reykjavik Art Museum – Ásmundarsafn, 2015) and S7 – Suðurgata >> Árbær (not in service) (Reykjavík City Museum, part of Reykjavík Arts Festival, 2014). He has written on modern and contemporary Icelandic art and artist for magazines, catalogues and publications, including a recent survey on the Icelandic artist-run Gallery Suðurgata 7 titled S7 (2014, out of print).
H.K. Rannversson holds an MA in Artistic Research from the University of Amsterdam. He teaches art history and art theory at Iceland University of the Arts and Reykjavík School of Visual Arts.