Erró: Experiment Lounge

Reykjavík Art Museum - Hafnarhúsið Tryggvagata 17, Reykjavík

In 1963, Erró (b. 1932) created the set and props for the experimental film Mechanical concerto for madness or the mad mechamorphosis by French director and writer Éric Duvivier. The task was not far from themes within his art practice, which already deeply explored collage and three-dimensional assemblages of found and ready-made images and objects.buy …

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STAÐIR / PLACES

Anna Júlía Friðbjörnsdóttir - Hrafnseyri Auður Lóa Guðnadóttir - Selárdalur Eygló Harðardóttir - Fossfjörður and Skrímslasetrið, Bíldudal Starkaður Sigurðarson – Selárdalur OPENS — June 18, 2021 PLACES — Selárdalur → Fossfjörður → Hrafnseyri → Bíldudalur The art project STAÐIR / PLACES opens for the fourth time in the southern Westfjörds (Vesturbyggð) with new works by …

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Erik DeLuca & Þóranna Dögg Björnsdóttir: Unheard Of

Kling & Bang The Marshall House, Grandagarður 20, Reykjavík

Kling & Bang is delighted to open the exhibition Unheard of on Saturday August 21st between 2-6pm. The exhibition presents new work by Erik DeLuca with Julius Rothlaender and Melitta Urbancic, and Þóranna Dögg Björnsdóttir with Derrick Belcham. With the exhibition the artists extend from their sonic-based practices and into process-based conversations with the sound — and, or silences …

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Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir & Mark Wilson: Debatable Lands: Dialogues from Shared Worlds

Gerðarsafn Kópavogur Art Museum Hamraborg 4, Kópavogur

Debatable Lands: Dialogues from Shared Worlds Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson 2001-2021   A mid-career retrospective of the 20-year collaboration between artists Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir and Mark Wilson. Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson approach their collective art partnership with an ecological and pluralistic view. In a research-based practice they prompt discussion and thought about our changing world, and our own human role in those …

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