Zanele Muholi

The National Gallery of Iceland Fríkirkjuvegur 7, Reykjavík

The National Gallery of Iceland presents this major survey of the work of internationally-recognised South African photographer and visual activist Zanele Muholi (b. 1972). Muholi‘s powerful images capture the struggle …

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Butterly / Pétursson

i8 Gallery Tryggvagata 16, Reykjavík

i8 Gallery is pleased to present Butterly / Pétursson, a two-person show featuring new work by American ceramicist Kathy Butterly and Icelandic painter Eggert Pétursson. The exhibition opens with a reception …

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Fragments of Other Knowledge

Nýlistasafnið Marshallhúsið, Grandagarður 20, Reykjavík

Specific themes addressed in the exhibitions include spirituality; altered states of consciousness and drugs; wisdom associated with nature and traditional communities; "normality" and institutionalization; cognition and experience mediated by the …

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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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