Horse Inside Out by Wunderland

Reykjavik Art Museum - Hafnarhús Tryggvagata 17, 101, Reykjavík

Horse Inside Out by Wunderland  is an immersive sensorial experience consisting of a sculptural installation, in which an audience participatory performance takes place. The sculpture is large enough for one person to move in through a crack and travel through several rooms where a voice and a body guide and meet the audience participant. Language: English Duration: 15 min. …

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Lofthaf

Listamenn Gallerí Skúlagata 32-34, Reykjavík

Olga Bergmann and Anna Hallin

Jón Laxdal: Úr þögn

Portfolio Gallery Hverfisgata 71, Reykjavík

,,Hann kom að myndlist eftir krókaleiðum, úr heimspeki og kveðskap, á áttunda áratugnum þegar nýlistin kom til Íslands og þurrkaði út öll mörk. Jón varð virkur í þeim umskiptum og átti mikinn þátt í því að kynna nýlist, konsept og þvílíkt á Akureyri þar sem nýjungunum var fálega tekið í fyrstu." - Jón Proppé um …

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Velvet Terrorism – Pussy Riot‘s Russia

Kling & Bang The Marshall House, Grandagarður 20, Reykjavík

Kling & Bang, Reykjavík announces the first ever overview exhibition of protest performance actions by Russian feminist political-art collective Pussy Riot. „Velvet Terrorism“ that‘s what Putin‘s spiritual confidant, bishop Tikhon Shevkunov called Pussy Riot‘s performance after Punk Prayer: Virgin Mary, Banish Putin, the collective‘s protest action in Church of Christ the Saviour in Moscow in …

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Nína Magnúsdóttir: Lines of Flight

Skaftfell- Center for Visual Art Austurvegur 42, Seyðisfjörður

More than 20 new works by Seyðisfjörður-based artist Nína Magnúsdóttir will be presented in an exhibition entitled Lines of Flight, on view in the Skaftfell Gallery from November 27, 2022 to January 29, 2023.  The new works were made in the aftermath of the devastating landslides of December 2020, that led to the temporary evacuation of …

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Spell Weather

The Sculpture Association Nýlendugata 17a, Reykjavík

SPELL WEATHER amplifies ancient legends and the creatures that thrive there and sheds light on their existence in the modern da "The rumor spread from town to town, person to person, word of mouth. The threat in the air was real, yet irrational. Her existence was embodied in the mountain range that surrounded the human …

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Solander 250: Letters From Iceland

Listasafnið á Akureyri Kaupvangsstræti 8-12, Akureyri

The exhibition Solander 250: Letters from Iceland is held in remembrance of one of the first foreign scientific expedition to Iceland in 1772, i.e. 250 years ago. On this journey was one of Carl Linnaeus‘s apostles, the Swedish natural scientist Daniel Solander. Solander and his fellow travellers landed in Hafnarfjörður and travelled from there to Bessastaðir, Þingvellir, …

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LISTVAL´S CHRISTMAS EXHIBITION

Listval Hólmaslóð 6, Reykjavík

The exhibition presents over 300 works by close to 100 of the foremost artists from Iceland´s vibrant art scene. With this exhibition, Listval celebrates the one year anniversary of their gallery and store in Harpa. From its conception, Listval has sought to increase accessibility when its comes to the collecting and purchasing of art, to …

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EUTHYMIA

SÍM Gallery Hafnarstræti 16, Reykjavík

Camilla Patricia Reuter and Valgerður Ýr Walderhaug

Fresh Winds

40 Artists staying and creating artworks during 4 weeks at Suðurnesjabær, expanding culture in the area. The International Art  Festival Fresh Wind in Iceland will be held now for the seventh time from 15th. Dec. 2022 to 15th. Jan. 2023 under the artistic direction of Mireya Samper. Theme of the festival this year is “ The Light”.

Halla Birgisdóttir: Ghosts and other past things

Outvert Art Space Aðalstræti 22, Ísafjörður

In the exhibition Ghosts and other past things, you can see visual poems about memories, emotions and other things that haunt us. In the olden days, it was common to see ghosts in the absolute darkness that people lived in. How do we see ghosts in our enlightened society? Do ordinary, everyday ghosts exist? Does everything we …

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Easy Living

Harbinger Freyjugata 1, Reykjavík

Harbinger welcomes you to Ívar Glói Gunnarsson Breiðfjörð's exhibition 'Easy Living', which opened, January 3rd, from 6-8 pm. The exhibition runs until January 30th and is open from 2-5 pm Fridays and Saturdays. ————————————— Ívar Glói's (b. 1992) works deal with the context of the art installation and the idea of the unique art object …

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Will Owen

Alþýðuhúsið / Kompan Þormóðsgata 13, Siglufjörður

Will Owen (Philadelphia, USA) presents a series of reparative or preservative artworks that engage with contemporary ethics. Using a variety of mediums and material, including ceramics, sculpture, traditional fly fishing lure tying, and painting will presents a series of questions: How should we be accountable to trauma? To material usage? To other species and our …

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Hrund Atladóttir: Comes to light

The Sculpture Association Nýlendugata 17a, Reykjavík

Comes to light is an installation by Hrund Atladóttir composed of lights that will brighten up the current darkness and revive the mental health of visitors during January Hrund Atladóttir artworks are composed around a timeline and animation plays a large role. For the past years she has been most noticeable for her large video …

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Writings Into Space

Icelandic Printmakers Association Tryggvagata 17, Reykjavík

Solo exhibition of paintings from the past two years by visual artist Jelena Antic in the galler of The Icelandic Printmakers Association. Opening hours: Wednesday - Sunday 14:00 - 18:00.

Inversa

Ásmundarsalur Freyjugata 41, Reykjavík

Sigga Björg Sigurðardóttir and Mikael Lind

Sunna Svavarsdóttir: Weight Serie

Gallery Port Laugavegur 32, Reykjavík

Sunna Svavarsdóttir graduated in 2019 from the Royal Academy of Art & Royal Conservatory in The Hague, she has since developed a unique, multidisciplinary practice which opens a dialogue on how we navigate the world with our senses, and shines a spotlight on the small moments that often fall by the wayside. Gallery Port is …

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Long Weekend #3

Midgard Base Camp Dufþaksbraut 14, Hvolsvöllur

The exhibition Long weekend #3 which opens in Midgard Base Camp in Hvolsvöllur on Friday January 27th at 5 pm. Long weekend #3 is the third part of an exhibition project, which first took place in 2021 in Oddson hostel, an abandoned facility in Reykjavík. The second part took place in 2022 at Hótel Hafnarfjall …

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Jón Helgi Pálmason: As the Image Fades

Ljósmyndasafn Reykjavíkur Tryggvagata 15 Grófarhús, Reykjavík

Memories are complex, and there are many elements that come into play when considering them. While certain things stick vividly in the memory, other events are easily forgotten. We appear to have no say in the matter either. We go on living, and new memories are made every day while others are lost. What happens …

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