Jessica Auer: Looking North

Skaftfell- Center for Visual Art Austurvegur 42, Seyðisfjörður

Jessica Auer sets out to explore Iceland's sightseeing destinations, and records tourists' surroundings through her photographic lens. In her pictures, travellers and their material world blend together with the natural …

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Erró: Cunning Scissors

Reykjavik Art Museum - Hafnarhús Tryggvagata 17, 101, Reykjavík

Collage has formed the basis of Erró’s artworks for over sixty years, beginning early on with his Meca-Make-Up series in 1959-60, and resulting in more than 30,000 collages today. Through collecting, cutting, …

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Tracing Fragments

Gerðarsafn Kópavogur Art Museum Hamraborg 4, Kópavogur

Through acts of stitching, sculpting, weaving, fragmenting, painting, and recording, Kathy Clark, Abdullah Qureshi, Sasha Huber, Frida Orupabo, Hugo Llanes, and Inuuteq Storch reclaim historical methods of handicraft, documentation, representation, …

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Forty Years of The Corridor

The National Gallery of Iceland Fríkirkjuvegur 7, Reykjavík

The Corridor is an artist-run exhibition space founded by artist Helgi Þorgils Friðjónsson in 1979, and it is probably Iceland’s longest-running privately-operated gallery. The Corridor has always been housed in Helgi Þorgils‘  home; …

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New and Brand New

Akureyri Art Museum Kaupvangsstræti 8-12, Akureyri

It is appropriate to celebrate the fact that Akureyri Art Museum will again be buying artwork for its collection. The exhibition New and Brand New gives an overview over artworks that have been …

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LÁ Art Museum Austurmörk 21, Hveragerði

The museum has a unique collection of approximately 550 works of art, from the greatest masters of Icelandic art to lesser-known artists. Founded in 1963, it was the first art …

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Logi Leó Gunnarsson

Reykjavik Art Museum - Hafnarhús Tryggvagata 17, 101, Reykjavík

Logi Leó works with sound, sculpture and video in unexpected compositions and installations that often take over the exhibition space.  By activating everyday materials in combination with music, recordings and …

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Rúrí: Glassrain

Listasafn Íslands Fríkirkjuvegur 7, Reykjavík

Glassrain is an installation from 1984, one of the first of Rúrí‘s many works that address the theme of time and menace. Glassrain comprises 500 razor-sharp fragments of glass, each …

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The Private Collection

The National Gallery of Iceland Fríkirkjuvegur 7, Reykjavík

At the beginning of 2022, the art collection of Ingibjörg Guðmundsdóttir and entrepreneur Þorvaldur Guðmundsson was placed in the permanent keeping of the National Gallery of Iceland. The collection, which …

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Reykjanes Art Museum Duusgata 2-8, Reykjanesbær

The exhibition INFRA-GLOW opens at the Reykjanes Art Museum on Saturday 11 March at 2 pm and closes on Sunday 16 April 2023. INFRA-GLOW is curated by Elise Bergonzi, Daria …

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The Magical Home

Kling & Bang The Marshall House, Grandagarður 20, Reykjavík

The Magical Home is the home of works by four artists who work with the supernatural magic of the mundane. Artists: Helena Margrét Jónsdóttir Lidija Ristic Ragnheiður Káradóttir Virginia Lee …

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Uncanny Virtuality

Hafnarborg Center of Culture and Fine Art Strandgata 34, Hafnarfjörður

Uncanny Virtuality focuses on digital art, photography, the moving image, realism, and hyperreality. Each artist explores themes of reality and virtuality through their perspective practices, commenting on a disconnection, anxiety and …

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Hyojung Bea:

Gilfélagið Kaupvangsstræti 32, Akureyri

"Ieodo" is a mythical salvation island with the lore that has been passed down for many generations. Jeju Island residents believe that after someone goes through adversities in their present …

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