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Lukas Bury: You Look Like a Viking

30 April22 May

Through the making of paintings, accompanied by writing – both, external as a generator of discourse, but also embedded into the surface of the canvas, Lukas Bury analyses cultural contexts, historical narratives and modern-day virtual iconoclasm. With the incorporation of peculiar perspectives, his motifs tackle pertinent political issues and depict the inner strife of a second-generation immigrant, who became a global citizen after being born into a Western-European country.
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“I will never be as organized as a German,
I will never be spirited as a Pole,
I wore socks and sandals for the first time in Iceland,
Someone might have told me that I look like a Viking,
I will never be one,
I won‘t be relaxed as an Italian,
Patience won‘t be my strongest side,
So I won‘t say þetta reddast,
I will be called like a cheese,
At least they won´t forget my name,
Like my fiancées one,
An Italian boomer has called me William,
I hope it´s because of Turner,
I hated handball as a kid,
But was born on the 5th,
So, 5 is my lucky number,
I have a Swedish accent in Icelandic,
A German one in English,
A German one in Polish,
So, what accent do I have in German?
Our cat, which isn´t even our,
Has a name which isn´t even his real one,
I missed painting big paintings,
As I missed Lithuania,
I will never be Ragnar Kjartansson,
But where the fuck did he film Death is elsewhere?”

Lukas studied in the MA program at the Listaháskóli Íslands, the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Braunschweig and the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan.
Bury exhibited in numerous group shows i.
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a., Tilvera – Being (2018), at Verksmiðjan in Hjalteyri, Common Ground at the SIM Exhibition Hall in Korpulfsstaðir (2020), Reykjavik, Forðabúr – Supply (2020) at the Nylistasafn in Reykjavik (curated by Hanna Styrmisdóttir), Extraterritorial (2021) at the Mini Market, Reykjavik (with Weronika Balcerak, Flaviu Cacoveanu, and Vitalii Shupliak. Curated by Ana Victoria Bruno), and Raw Power (2021) at the Reykjavik Art Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland (with artists like Baldur Helgason, Erró, Sigurður Ámundason, and Þórdís Aðalsteinsdóttir. Curated by Birgir S. Birgisson)
He also participated in the Reykjavik Arts Festival (2020) and the Plan-B Art Festival in Borgarnes (2020) and
“They have no pictures on the Wall” (2021)

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30 April
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22 May
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Þula
Hjartartorg, Laugavegur 21
Reykjavík, 101 Iceland
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