The exhibition Unarmed will open on Sunday, march 28th at 12pm-7pm at the Reykjanesbær art museum. The group exhibition features eleven artists who capture the challenges of life in their own way. By incorporating their experiences into their artwork, the artists become both vulnerable and sincere. They develop intimate works that we can identify with or learn from in our interpretations. The works in the exhibition show perseverance and resilience, celebrating the human form with humor and vulnerability.
On the opening day Michael Richardt will perform RED MEAT during opening hours.
Artists: Ásdís Sif Gunnarsdóttir, Berglind Ágústsdóttir, Dýrfinna Benita, Egill Sæbjörnsson, Freyja Reynisdóttir, Hildur Ása Henrýsdóttir, Maria Sideleva, Melanie Ubaldo, Michael Richardt, Róska og Sara Björnsdóttir.
Curators: Amanda Poorvu, Ari Alexander Ergis Magnússon, Björk Hrafnsdóttir, Emilie Dalum og Vala Pálsdóttir.
The exhibition is a project by MA students in Curatorial Practice at the Iceland University of the Arts.Special thanks to The Living Art Museum, National Film Archive of Iceland and Róska’s family for their cooperation and generous loan of works for this exhibition.